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Efficacy of Garlic in Preventing Hypertension

in Preventing Hypertension Ted Angelo Cruz Marcelo H. del Pilar National High School Abstract This research was conducted to help people with hypertension to have a home remedy for their disorder. Hypertension is the major risk factor of cardiovascular diseases. (Riaz, 2011). So it must be prevented as soon as you discover you have the hypertension disorder. In this research garlic is tested to prevent hypertension. My hypothesis was if garlic can cure mild cases of hypertension, then you can...

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Cardiovascular Case Study

check-up Learning outcomes On completion of this case study, you will be able to: • review mechanisms which control blood pressure (BP) and the ideal range for adult BP; • explain the mechanism of action of agents currently available to treat hypertension; • explain how antihypertensive agents may cause postural hypotension; • outline lifestyle factors which affect BP. Part 1 The chief executive of a European company, Sam Smart, is now 60 years old and has a high-profile, stressful job with...

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Hibiscus Tea Research Paper

through trial and error till they are eventually able identify certain ones that our bodies can be able to tolerate. Recent studies have suggested that home remedies from natural products also show significant promise when it comes to managing hypertension. One such regimen is the tangy mildly sour hibiscus tea. How does that work you ask? Well, sit down, lay back and relax as we sip our way through it. Hibiscus tea also known as sour tea is an infusion prepared from the fleshy red calyces of the...

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healthy living

your cholesterol levels and reduce your risk of some cancers. Chronic illnesses associated with obesity, lack o exercise and a poor diet include the following * Coronary heart disease * Cancer * Stroke * Diabetes * High blood pressure (Hypertension) * Chronic Obstructive pulmonary Disease (COPD) 2. Healthy Eating along with a healthy BMI and exercise is the third element of a healthy lifestyle for children is eating a healthy diet. A healthy diet is again protective against a whole host...

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Case Study Sickle Cell Disease

salt to instead be passed in your urine. Furosemide treats fluid retention (edema) in people with congestive heart failure, liver disease, or a kidney disorder such as nephrotic syndrome. This medication is also used to treat high blood pressure (hypertension). Methylprednisolone - is used to treat conditions such as arthritis, blood disorders, severe allergic reactions, certain cancers, eye conditions, skin/kidney/intestinal/lung diseases, and immune system disorders. It decreases your immune system's...

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Eat to Live, Don't Live to Eat

AND MOVE! If the population doesn't change these poor eating habits and start to exercise, they will continue to gain weight and become obese if not already. Being overweight or obese can lead to many health conditions. These conditions include Hypertension (high blood pressure), Diabetes, Coronary Heart Disease, Stroke, Sleep Apnea, Osteoarthritis and respiratory problems. It can also increase your chances of getting certain types of cancer. Most of these conditions can eventually kill you if not...

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Title: a Comparison Between the Fitness of Smokers and Non-Smokers.

Title: A comparison between the fitness of smokers and non-smokers. Introduction: When smoking tobacco, the blood vessels are being constricted (why???Mention how this happens), which raises the blood pressure and causes hypertension that can lead to heart attacks. Consuming tobacco furthermore damages the lungs and its capacity. (say how it damages lung capacity and what effects it has on the human, when the lung capacity is damaged.) With this experiment I want to investigate how smoking affects...

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2o Scientifically Backed up Ways to De Stress Yourself

Right Now” Stress is more than a quickened heart rate, it is when your stress-hormones pump and your blood pressure rises quickly. When we are stressed hormones produce the flight or fight response. Stress can lead to chronic conditions like hypertension and headaches. There are 20 ways that you can de stress yourself. Going outside for a walk in the park or other green spaces with put your body into a state of meditation which will clear your head. Breathing deeply or yoga plays an important...

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Preeclampsia

phase of trophoblastic (advanced blastocyst) invasion. There is a deep penetration into the uterine wall because of the increased energy demands of the human fetus. With preeclampsia, pregnant women exhibit increased blood pressure (gestational hypertension), and both the mother and the infant are threatened accordingly. Preeclampsia describes the symptoms that lead to eclampsia: maternal seizures and epileptic convulsions, accounting for about 70,000 deaths of women worldwide. This type of hypertensive...

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Physiology

2009). During treatment the patient’s age, weight and place of infection accounts for the type and doses of anti malarial drugs the doctor prescribes to the patient (Mandal, 2013).Medication for malaria: Malarone, Mefloquine, Doxycyline, Coartem. Hypertension Mostly, this condition encompasses human arteries developing thick lining responsible for creating a hindrance to ease flow of blood (Mandal, 2013). Therefore, the heart in turn responds by increasing its rate with which it ensures effective circulation...

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