Hypertension can sometimes confuse both the patient and the doctor for a couple of reasons. One, the physical symptoms of high blood pressure can vary quite widely. And secondly, it shares many symptoms with other diseases or conditions. Thats why, in dealing with any illness, a thorough examination of the patient, including checking blood pressure, is essential. It is quite common for patients to visit the doctor for one illness only to be told that their real problem is high blood pressure. Undiagnosed hypertension can affect all the major organs of the body, including the heart, kidneys and liver. It is also capable of affecting vision and causing strokes. The "physical symptoms of high blood pressure" can include giddiness, headaches, blurry vision, tremors, convulsions and difficulty in walking or exerting oneself and clinical depression, among other things. Difficulty in even minor physical exertion and unusual tiredness may be signs of cardiac damage from high blood pressure. Excessive perspiration and breathlessness can also signal this condition. This is a serious situation and calls for immediate medical attention. Damage to kidneys can cause symptoms like increase in frequency of urination or pain while passing urine. The skin may appear to be dull due to dehydration and electrolyte loss. High blood pressure can affect vision causing lesions in the ocular region. If left untreated, it can cause loss of vision. The problem is that many of these symptoms can cause the physician to suspect other diseases. Sometimes, the high blood pressure can also be a symptom of another underlying problem. Comprehensive testing may be necessary to zero in on the real problem. In cases where hypertension caused damage to major organs, the real underlying problem (high blood pressure) may be missed. To avoid misdiagnosis, a blood pressure check is routinely done for a wide variety of complaints.Some of the symptoms of hypertension are similar to those of diabetes. Some are even similar to that of a person who is heavily drunk! In fact, there have been cases where hypertension was not detected or treated because it was assumed that the symptoms were induced by alcohol. The range of physical symptoms of high blood pressure is wide enough to present real problems. Having any of the above symptoms is reason enough to consult a health care professional at the earliest.
The exercise bike has long been the type of exercising that people just love to do. Why? It is relatively easy to do and it allows people to exercise at virtually any time, in a number of different ways. It is through these bikes that people can tone muscle or lose weight. They can find an excellent amount of help through these bikes as well. If you are one of the many that love to work hard and want an "exercise bike" that will work for you, then this may just be the right option to think about. But, wait; did we mention the various types of exercise bikes on the market?Just Look At The Options!The exercise bike has really come a long way from the days of a stationary bike that you can ride. They used to be quite similar to those bikes that are rode out of doors, but now they have become complex machines. Now, although you can choose any of the exercise bike options that you find, it is important to realize that the true benefit to the bike comes only from getting on it and getting in that workout. In other words, you need to invest the time in the bike to gain anything from those features.Some of the features that you will find on exercise bikes are those that will enhance your performance. One of the major problems or differences between the stationary bike and those that are real bikes is that you dont get the up and down of hills that help to intensify a workout. But, this is possible and does happen when you use an exercise bike that you can tighten and release the tension off of. Also, some exercise bikes can be inclined at different levels to simulate the effects of bike riding.Exercise bikes can also monitor your performance better. Yes, they can tell you how well you are doing. Many exercise bikes are equipped with mileage counters. Some have calorie burner counters as well. Still others will track your speed. On top of these elements, you will find heart rate monitor bikes that will actually track and monitor your hearts beat throughout the course. Want to analyze this data? Some [*_*]s will allow you to download the information to your computer or will allow you to track and use it right on the bike.Just remember, as much as you want to have these excellent features, you have to commit to the exercise as well. That means that you have to get on the bike and get the workout done, regularly because if you dont nothing is gained. Take some time to find just the right features and priced [*_*] for you and get to working out! If you use your [*_*] fully and regularly, then you will reap the rewards of increased health and wellness that loss of weight and increased muscle tone can do for you.
This running program consist of three main parts, first fat burning this program will for sure burn fat. Second endurance you will have a much better breathing pattern during and after this workout over the next 30 days. Third, the shape of your body will change regardless of whatever it looks like now, after 30 days you will see a noticeable difference. Everyday is a 30 minute workout to be complete 4 - 6 times per week. So you will need a stopwatch or a watch if you miss more than three days per week you will need to go back and repeat that week. But whatever you do do not give up.DAY #1 Though DAY #4 #1) Walk for five minutes, and then jog for 1 minute#2) walk for five minutes, and then jog for two minutes#3) walk for five minutes, and then jog for two minutes#4) walk for four minutes, and then SPRINT for 8 seconds#5 walk for two minutes to cool down.DAY 5 Through DAY 9#1) walk for four minutes, and then jog for two minutes#2) walk for four minutes, and then jog for three minutes#3) walk for three minutes, and then jog for three minutes#4) walk for three minutes, and then jog for three minutes#5) walk for two minutes, and then SPRINT for 10 seconds#6) walk three minutes for cool down.DAY 10 Through DAY 13#1) walk for three minutes, then jog for three minutes#2) walk for two minutes, then SPRINT for 15 seconds#3) walk for two minutes, then SPRINT for 15 seconds#4) walk for two minutes, then SPRINT for 10 seconds#5) walk for two minutes, then SPRINT for 10 seconds#6) walk for two minutes, then jog for three minutes#7) walk for two minutes, then jog for three minutes#8) walk for two minutes, then jog for two minutes#9) walk two minutes for cool downDAY 14 Through DAY 17#1) walk for three minutes, then jog for six minutes#2) walk for three minutes, then jog for four minutes#3) walk for two minutes, then jog for three minutes#4) walk for two minutes, then jog for three minutes#5) walk for one minute, then jog for one minute#6) walk for two minute cool downDAY 18 Through 21 #1) walk for three minutes, then jog for eight minutes#2) walk for three minutes, then jog for six minutes#3) walk for three minutes, then SPRINT for 15 seconds#4) walk for two minutes, then SPRINTS for 15 seconds#5) walk for two minutes, then SPRINT for 10 seconds#6) walk for two minute cool downDAY 22 Through 24 #1) walk for two minutes, then jog for ten minutes#2) walk for two minutes, then jog for eight minutes#3) walk for one minutes, then jog for two minutes#4) walk for one minute, then jog for one minute#5) walk for two minutes cool downDAY 25 AND DAY 26#1) walk for one minute, then jog for sixteen minutes#2) walk for two minutes, then jog for ten minutes#3) walk for as long as you need for cool downDAY 27 AND 28 #1) walk for one minute, then jog for twenty minutes#2) walk for two minutes, then SPRINT for 15 seconds#3) walk for one minute, then SPRINT for 15 seconds#4) walk for one minute, then jog for three minutes#5) walk for two minutes for cool downDAY 29 JOG FOR 30 STRAIGHT MINUTES EASY do not over do it just a nice easy pace.DAY 30 JOG FOR 30 STRAIGHT MINUTES AGAIN BUT TIME PUT MORE INTO IT, AT THIS POINT YOU SHOULD BE AT THE THREE MILE IN 30 MINUTES.Dale Dupree Brown, Copywrite (7) 2007Former pro boxer and Delaware state champion, who enjoys helping others obtain their goals in any sport, or personal activities. He have trained many atheltes from track, football, boxing and have always enjoyed it. Anyone who desires their own personal daily workout plan can join our membership a or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org include your age, height, weight, and your desires, and date you plan to reach your desires.
Hypertension can wreck havoc on many body organs. Its effects on the heart are especially damaging. High blood pressure and heart disease are closely connected. Moderate to high blood pressure significantly increases the load on the left side of the heart. Arterioles are often diseased or constricted, which increases resistance to blood flow. When this happens, the heart has to work much more to pump blood into the arterial system including the aorta. When any muscle is overused, it tends to increase in size and bulk. The heart muscles react the same way. An enlarged heart is a sign of trouble. Heart enlargement can be detected in several ways. A chest x-ray can reveal it. So can an electrocardiogram or even a physical examination. In many high blood pressure patients, the walls of the left ventricle thicken. This increases the workload on the heart. Eventually, the heart falters and the left side of the heart no longer pumps blood adequately. When this happens, major organs and tissues of the body are denied sufficient blood supply. The affected person becomes lethargic and weak. Because of the higher pressure in the left ventricle, blood from the lungs cannot drain into the top compartment of the heart (the atrium). As a result, the lung tissues get congested which brings on bouts of breathlessness and coughs. The patient may have a dry cough or even frothy phlegm with blood stains in it. This is a very scary experience to the sufferer and onlookers. In an acute attack, it seems to the patient that he or she is choking to death. Breathlessness due to heart problems may be first noticed during prolonged physical exertion. If the condition has progressed further, breathlessness may occur even while resting. This is a serious situation and needs to be tacked immediately. If this damage worsens, the right side of the heart will be affected as well. When pressure builds up in the right atrium, it will be difficult for veins to drain blood into it. When the heart's condition deteriorates to this stage, the external jugular veins may become enlarged and more prominent. These veins are anyway close to the skin and may be visible even in healthy adults, but stress on the heart can increase their protrusion. There are several other symptoms of right side heart failure. They include an enlarged liver, swollen ankles and feet, loss of appetite, swollen abdomen and lower urine flow. High blood pressure and heart disease frequently have a cause and effect relationship. Making necessary lifestyle changes can help combat both.
The American College of Cardiology and the American Heart Association launched different guidelines related to peripheral arterial disease in order to help doctors and all healthcare professionals to treat in a better way this common condition. According to statistics, more than 12 million people suffer from Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD) in the United States. PAD is a really serious illness, since it can cause amputation of the extremities, rupture of an aortic aneurysm, severe hypertension, kidney failure, but also heart attack, stroke, and cardiovascular death. It is a disease in which arteries supply blood to the arteries outside the heart, to parts such as legs, feet, kidneys, and intestines. This arterial disease can cause damages to physical health of people, by diminishing for instance their ability to walk. According to experts, the new guidelines supply a succinct diagnostic and treatment guidebook for patients suffering from PAD and for physicians, doctors' assistants, nurse practitioners, and nurses who are now offering care to treat them.A key source of the power of these recommendations is that they are so broad-based in their origin from every vascular specialty, as they attempt to reach a broad-based audience of clinicians. Everyone can use these Guidelines and a large segment of the public can benefit from them, said Alan T. Hirsch, chairman of the writing committee.Some highlights of the guidelines include recommended questions and observations that can uncover hidden signs of peripheral arterial disease; recommendations on when an aneurysm should be treated with surgery or catheter-based therapy, as well as when watchful waiting is the best way; among other things.