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 cant a heart rate of 164 kill a 33 year old?
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 what are the symptoms of high blood pressure? ?
and are there any foods or drinks that you can eat/drink to help reduce? how can i lower it?...


 What is it called when the doctors..?
put a camera up your thigh to see your heart?...


 Chest pain; my heart has been feeling heavy for the past 3 months?
What could this be? I am a male teenager who is overweight by 20 pounds. Thanks.

I use to have high cholesterol when I was 40 pounds overweight (around 10 years old), but since then I ...


 Can you have severely clogged arteries but at the same time have a normal blood pressure?
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 I have high blood pressure?
I have high blood pressure and was wondering what I can do to lower it with food and exercise. I get massive headaches whenever my pressure goes up. I am not on any medication yet. I go to the doctor ...


 Cardiovascular risk of ritalin and marijuana?
First of all marijuana is legal in my country so no rants please.

Ok so im prescribed ritalin for ADD and I'm wondering if it is going to put alot of strain on my heart if i smoke ...


 What is wrong with my Mom? (chest pains)?
She first told me that she was experiencing chest pains (they lasted a only a few minutes at a time and happened about 5 times but they were extremely painful; she also had pain in her back, arm, and ...


 Anatomy help about cardiac output?
hi every one i really need help in Anatomy our techer ask us to name 20 odd facter that alter the cardiac output so pelease please help i do not have a book ...


 who was the first person to come up with a person exercising when they have had a stroke?
stroke victoms have to excirise to get better control of their extrimeties who came up with that idea and what year?...


 Is 150.80 high blood pressure?
I was at the doctor's office today and my BP was 150.80 is that high? the doctor says that is borderline hypertension and prescribed me a very low dosage of Bystolic but I was wondering if this ...


 What happens to your brain after cardiac arrest?
what kind of damage? memory loss?...


 How does cholesterol relate to Coronary Arterial Calcifications (CACS)?
How does cholesterol relate to Coronary Arterial Calcifications (CACS)?...


 could one physically feel the difference between atrial and ventricle fibrillation?
my heart flutters have gone from at least once a week to at *least* once a day...it used to be once a week or so i would get noticeable heart flutters...and now its gone to several *uncomfortable* ...


 Are diuretics an issue for someone with a sulfa allergy?
My cardiologist rx'd a diuretic to go along with my ACE inhibitor. I picked up Lasix and asked the pharmacist if there was any issue with my sulfa allergy and she said no (please know that I am ...


 my blood pressure is 87 over 70 is that good?
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 I exercise daily and eat healthy everyday and have a pulse rate of 50 is this the best pulserate u can have?
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 Heart burn!! Please read!!?
I know you can get medicine for heart burn but no shops are open at this time and it is killing me, are there any other options for me to atleast calm it down or something??...


 could this be another blood clot?
hi i have a very sore leg,warm to touch feels like stabbing pain i itchy ,feel out of sorts ,suffer dilated cardiomyopathy ,and take waferin due to go on holiday in our caravan ,but bit worried bout ...


 15.2.92 at 10.40a.m. delhi how to get confidence i am doing b.com h 2nd from du?
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Joe
will i get Cardiomyopathy?
i know cardiomyopathy is genetic, my mom has it and i was wondering what my chances of getting it were. she developed it more then ten years after i was born, doctors think it was from a virus. i heard one of my uncles has it, but no one else in my family has or had it as far as i know. i was just wondering if i have a chance of getting it even though she developed it so much later then i was born, is it still in the genes? thanks for the answers.
                      









onlymatch4u
There may be a genetic component to getting this problem, but medical people like to attribute a problem to genetics because then the solution looks far, far away and they will "do everything they can, but how do you fight genetics, right?" There are many other causes of this problem, such as a virus. The best solution is to work on making your heart healthy.

Taking a statin drug is the dumbest thing you can do because statin drugs invariably turn on the Antigen-1 gene that causes muscle atrophy. Since your heart is a muscle, that is not a good thing to do. The next thing is that statin drugs reduce your production of CO-Q-quinol in your liver by 50% in the first 30 days of taking that garbage. Your heart, like all the cells in your body need that CO-Q-quinol for good health. Additionally, many liver cancers are being blamed on statin drugs now.

You always have a chance of getting it, but if you focus on making yourself healthy, your chances greatly diminish. Like any disease humans get, there always seems to be a cascade of events that lead up to getting that disease. Most diseases and illnesses can be traced back to nutritional deficiencies, toxins, or bad medical procedures (iatrogenic problems).

There is a phrase in the Hippocratic oath doctors take when they get their license that states "avoiding those twin traps of over treatment and therapeutic nihilism" is of particular interest when you realize that the meaning of therapeutic nihilism is a contention that curing people, or societies, of their ills by treatment is impossible. In medicine, it was connected to the idea that many "cures" do more harm than good, and that one should instead encourage the body to heal itself.

Another particularly interesting phrase in the doctor's oath is "I will prevent disease whenever I can, for prevention is preferable to cure."

So the real key for you is to focus on prevention rather than worrying about getting the problem. For your mom, she should be focused on becoming healthy by improving her nutrition and lifestyle, while avoiding the toxins and bad foods.

good luck to you


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