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Prevent hypertension, diabetes in mid-life to lower heart failure risk

Prevent hypertension, diabetes in mid-life to lower heart failure risk

Preventing the development of hypertension, obesity and diabetes in mid-life -- between the age of 45 and 55 years -- can result in an 86 per cent lower risk of heart failure throughout the remainder of life, says a research.

Suffering from high blood pressure? Eat these foods to control the lifestyle disease!

Suffering from high blood pressure? Eat these foods to control the lifestyle disease!

High blood pressure has become the most common lifestyle disease.

Nearly 200 million Indians suffer from high BP

Nearly 200 million Indians suffer from high BP

Reports claim that the number has escalated to nearly 200 million, with the burden of the condition shifting from the rich to the poor.

Hypertension: Five natural home remedies to lower high blood pressure!

Long term high blood pressure is also a major risk factor for coronary artery disease, stroke, heart failure, peripheral vascular disease, vision loss and chronic kidney disease.

Do you suffer from hypertension? Acupuncture can help you!

Hypertension is a major contributor to health problems like strokes and heart attacks.  

Hypertension woes? Here are some tips on how to beat the condition

Adequate sleep of at least 6-8 hours is required if you want to keep the symptoms of this ailment at bay.

Stroke – 10 warning signs you should know!

Strokes can strike poeple of any age, including children, but adults over 65 years of age are most at risk.

Follow these simple tips to manage high blood pressure without pills!

 High blood pressure is a chronic medical condition that increases the risk of developing many health related problems like heart disease, stroke and kidney failure.

Hypertension may affect cognitive skills in children

 Hypertension or high blood pressure is rapidly increasing in children, largely as a consequence of their obesity.

World Heart Day 2016: Five things you should know about heart disease in India!

Coronary heart disease is preventable and every man and woman has the power to lower their risk risk by following a heart-healthy lifestyle. 

35 to 40 percent working population in Delhi is suffering from hypertension

Delhi was seen to have the highest level of cholesterol, this surely has increased the risk factors of heart strokes.

Revealed – Hypertension is controlled by rice-grain sized carotid!

Scientists at the University of Bristol have found that removing one carotid body from some patients suffering from hypertension can provide immediate and sustained fall in blood pressure. 

Heart failure among the aged may triple by 2060

Heart failure is a common condition worldwide and increases with age. Various disorders can cause heart failure, such as coronary heart disease, hypertension, obesity and diabetes. 

Diet designed to lower BP cuts risk of kidney disease too

This diet, known as DASH for Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension, was designed primarily to reduce blood pressure.

Hypertension biggest global risk factor for stroke: Study

Hypertension is the single major risk factor for stroke, which is a highly preventable medical condition globally, irrespective of age and sex, reveals a study led by an Indian-origin researcher.

Tips to reduce your blood pressure!

Hypertension has become a silent killer without any symptoms until too late or with other mnedical conditions. 

Is high blood pressure an emergency?

Visits to emergency departments for patients with hypertension increased by 64 percent between 2002 and 2012 while hospitalizations for those visits declined by 28 percent.

Reduce your blood pressure – listen to the tunes of Mozart and Strauss!

The findings showed that listening to them for 25 minutes could lower blood lipid concentrations and balance your heart rate.

How yoga can help you age gracefully!

Regular yoga practice can help fight chronic lifestyle diseases like hypertension, hormonal imbalances, diabetes, reproductory disorders, and respiratory and cardiovascular related health concerns.