Heart Attack

16 Foods Which Lower Your Risk Of Heart Attack

Heart attacks are becoming too common for comfort. Fortunately, diet and exercise can help control factors like high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and high blood sugar which can increase your risk of getting one. You can also incorporate specific foods with strong heart protective properties in your diet. These include dark chocolate, pomegranates, garlic, oranges, oily fish, berries, red wine, kale, oats, nuts, barley, beetroot, turmeric, tea, ginger, and tomato.

Why Does Your Left Arm Feel Heavy? 8 Possible Reasons

Not all cases of heaviness, pain, or numbness in the left arm are due to heart attack or angina – only 20% cases are. The most common reason is bad posture, leading to poor blood circulation, followed by an inflamed tendon, rotator cuff injury in the shoulder, or carpal tunnel syndrome in the wrist. Panic attacks, heartburn, and lymph buildup in the arms can also cause pain in the arms. Medicines like chemo and statins also cause tingling, pain, or weakness in the arms.

10 Ways Having A Pet Can Be The Best Decision You Ever Made

We might not go about adopting a pet with a specific health purpose in mind, but nevertheless, our pets do just as much for us as we do for them. While the unconditional love that exists in animal-human bonds is enough for our mental well being, there is also a[.....]

4 Heart Attack Symptoms More Common In Women Than In Men

Both men and women can have the "classic" or well-known symptoms of heart attack like cold sweats, crushing chest pains, and a sudden lightheadedness. But some less typical symptoms like pain in the abdomen, neck, jaw, or back, fatigue for hours or days before the attack, shortness of breath either accompanying the chest pain or appearing alone, and nausea are more common in women. However, this doesn't mean that men should ignore these symptoms.