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 if my heart beat is 70 - 80 . then my blood preasure is normal or not .?
my age is 30 male
m working 9 hours a day
do some physical ...


 does having a high blood pressure effect the brain?
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 Heart Problem?
My girlfriend and I sadly got into an argument yesterday. Near the end of it she began to cry, and started hyperventilating. She then grasped her heart tightly and began to almost lose ...


 Can cardiovascular disease pass through generations?
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 I have a blood pressure problem!?
I just found out that my blood pressure is high. I have been having bad headaches. My blood pressure was 196 / 110 today. Someone told me that is why my head hurts. What else would be wrong. Sight , ...


 im 14 i have high blood pressure, what can i do??
i dont want this to get really bad, what can i do to help??...


 Pain induced high blood pressure?
The other night I was admitted to hospital with severe pain in my left side (later to be diagnosed as kidney stones). Before the diagnosis they kept asking me over and over if i had chest pain, left ...


 I have been getting palpatations for the last 3 weeks now and it is really annoying. Its like my heart misses?
a beat and then starts again and sometimes feels like it beats 3 times quickly then stops, is this anything to worry about or just normal ?...


 Weak pulse and dizziness....????
Ive been having low blood pressure problems. But yesterday and today Ive had bad dizziness to the point Im feeling naseus and a weak pulse with a pulse of 58 bpm. My hands are cold and feel spaced ...


 Saturated fats prevent heart disease?
http://www.mercola.com/2004/dec/15/saturated_fats.htm
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The more I research this the more I'm finding out that this is a myth. Your heart prefers saturated fats. T...


 How To Raise My HDL (good cholesterol) Levels?
I just had a simple blood test and my triglycerides are norma (103) and I got a good low LDL (bad cholesterol) level...107.

But my HDL is only 38! I was overweight three months prior to ...


 What would be a suitable lifestyle (nutrition, exercise) for someone with high blood pressure and is overweigh?

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My mother is overweight by about 3 stone, is on medication for high blood pressure and has a sedentary job well you caould also say she has a sedentary lifestyle as ...


 how many times does a normal person breath in 1 minute ?
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 why have i fainted more than 5 times in 4 weeks?
first attack came in the assembly there cramps on my foot which slowly turned into weakness and when i turned to go back to class i felt as if i had a memory loss i didn't know what i was doing ...


 why are heart attacks always three at maximum in number?
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 what should i do? should i go into the emergency room?
i took 2 home pregnancy tests both positive, went to the doctors their test said negative the next day took 2 more tests both were positive so i made an appointmet to get a bloodtest but i couldn'...


 When a person has a Pace Maker dies it keep the person alive even though the other organs are not functioning?
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 Do animals have heart attacks?
Hmm, I was thinking about this question a few days ago. Anyone knows the answer?...


 I have chest pain and have had it since 2005. I have had a EKG?
that they said was so perfect it could be put in books. I have had blood work done. Nothing found. It completely went away my 9 mos of pregnancy but now that I had my son-it is back. It feels like ...


 My heart randomly starts beating really fast. why?
ok so today i was at school (i'm a freshman at high school i'm about 15 years old and i exercise regularly) and i heard these guys where going to fight and every time I hear or i am about ...



vinskid2005
What is normal blood pH?
What should it be? What symptoms will arise if it's not right? What are the causes of abnormal pH? What would the prognosis be of such a person?
                      









icycrissy27blue
7.0-7.2 is the ph
if it is not right you will be thirsty and you know that you are dehydrated and the blood is cloogy-thick
the causes of abnormal pH are many, such as dehydatration of your blood being too watery since it is missing on coagulants


josephine
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I'm not sure about most of these questions, but I'm pretty sure your ph should be at 7.63. You should really look to a health reference web site like Web MD, for a better answer, most of us here are not doctors, in fact most of us here are just ridiculous, myself included. I think the result of abnormal ph is death, but the body works to maintain the ph balance. If it has to work too hard, you will probably experience exhaustion, mental fogginess and I would think also some pain. Please consult a doctor, have a blood test and talk about your concerns. If this is about homework, you are in the wrong category dude, but good luck.


Yup
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a lot of blood is water so it should be around 7. i don't have time but read this: http://www.usyd.edu.au/anaes/lectures/acidbase_mjb/acidbase.html


99CLOUD99
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The bloodstream is the most critically buffered system of the entire body, far more sensitive than any other. Arterial and venous blood must maintain a slightly alkaline pH: arterial blood pH = 7.41 and venous blood pH = 7.36. Because the normal pH of arterial blood is 7.41, a person is considered to have acidosis when the pH of blood falls below this value and to have alkalosis when the pH rises above 7.41.


nitram
Normal arterial blood pH is 7.40, with a range of about 7.36-7.44. Blood pH depends on carbon dioxide (CO2) concentration and bicarbonate (HCO3) concentration. Because there is more CO2 in venous blood, pH of venous blood is slightly lower, around 7.38. Changing how much you breathe will alter CO2, and the kidneys can alter HCO3 production or excretion. Both of these methods help to maintain a normal blood pH. There are hundreds of conditions which alter pH, in either direction. When pH falls (acidosis/acidemia), your body will compensate immediately by breathing faster to reduce CO2 and afterwards by generating HCO3 through the kidneys. When pH rises (alkalosis/alkalemia), your body will compensate immediately by breathing slower allowing CO2 to rise and in the long run will excrete HCO3 through the kidneys. Prognosis is clearly worse with severely altered pH, but it depends much more on the underlying cause than on the pH itself.


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