What do the pains in the region of the heart say?

What do the pains in the region of the heart say?

Not all pains in the left side of the chest are caused by heart pathologies. The causes of such symptoms can be diseases of the respiratory system, digestion, muscles, nervous and endocrine systems. How to understand the nature of pain in the region of the heart and start the correct treatment? What is the cause of the pain? It is important to determine what kind of problem in your body is causing the discomfort. If the pain appears during physical…

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Why train your heart

Why train your heart

Moderate physical activity is beneficial for the whole body and not least for the cardiovascular system. You can strengthen the heart muscle with simple exercises. The main thing is to follow some rules, otherwise, instead of benefit, you can harm yourself. Today we will tell you why to train the heart and how to do it right. Why you need to train your heart Regular exercise helps you become more stress-resistant. Stress has a devastating effect on the heart, while…

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What is good for your heart?

What is good for your heart?

If you add up the length of all the capillaries in the body of an adult, you get a figure of 100 thousand kilometers! This thread can wrap our planet twice along the equator. How to keep such a large-scale system healthy? How can you help your heart to withstand daily stress so that it works “without failure” throughout its life? There are several guidelines for accomplishing this task. Cardio loadThe most beneficial cardiac exercise is vigorous walking. It rejuvenates…

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The benefits of cardio training. 5 myths about cardio

The benefits of cardio training. 5 myths about cardio

Exercises performed for 5 minutes or more at low to medium intensity to train the heart are called cardio workouts. The terms aerobic training and aerobics are also used. What is cardio workout The goal of cardio training is to engage different muscle groups and ensure that the body uses up more oxygen. First of all, glucose molecules are saturated with oxygen, which at the same time decompose into pyruvic acid molecules. Glucose is the main source of energy in…

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Angina attack: symptoms and treatment

Angina attack: symptoms and treatment

An attack of angina pectoris is a feeling of discomfort behind the sternum that occurs when there is an imbalance between myocardial oxygen demand and its delivery through a narrowed coronary artery . Angina pectoris is a clinical syndrome manifested by a feeling of discomfort or pain in the chest of a compressing, pressing character, which is localized most often behind the sternum and can radiate to the left arm, neck, lower jaw and up the abdomen. During an attack…

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Stroke prevention

Stroke prevention

Learn more about stroke and its causes. This is an acute violation of cerebral circulation, which entails grave consequences – paralysis of varying severity, impaired coordination of movements, disorder and loss of speech. Stroke mortality is 25-35%, about a third of patients return to normal work and do not need outside help, and about a third of patients acquire various degrees of disability. There are two main reasons that can lead to acute cerebrovascular accident. The first is the sudden…

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LIFE AFTER STENTING

LIFE AFTER STENTING

Coronary stenting is a method of intravascular prosthetics of heart arteries for various pathological changes in the structure of their wall. Stents are used to reconstruct the cornary arteries. A stent is a metal frame, which is a small metal tube made of wire meshes . The stent is inserted into the artery after it is widened and placed at the site of the artery lesion. The stent supports the walls of the artery. The stents are located on the…

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Сongenital heart defects

Сongenital heart defects

general description Congenital heart defects (heart defects) – an abnormal structure of the chambers of the heart, large vessels or valves (often a combination) due to genetic predisposition, intrauterine growth disorders, infectious, autoimmune, metabolic and other diseases, injuries sustained by the mother during pregnancy. Valve lesions can be congenital (due to intrauterine growth disorders) and acquired, that is, arising during life under the influence of diseases, infections or injuries. In most cases, complex birth defects require surgical correction in both…

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The way to the heart lies … through a cardiologist

The way to the heart lies … through a cardiologist

To make the heart beat right The heart is the “motor” that makes our body work without weekends and breaks. It is not surprising that this very body often needs current or even major “repair”. Heart diseases are dangerous because they are one of the main causes of mortality in the population. Moreover, if in the world every fourth person dies from these diseases, in America – every second. If the pressure is not like an astronaut When I try…

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Hypertension: diagnosis and treatment

Hypertension: diagnosis and treatment

A sedentary lifestyle, constant severe stress, bad habits can lead to the appearance of heart pathologies. Hypertension is one of the most frequent diseases of a modern person. This pathology is characterized by high blood pressure at rest and for a long time. Why is hypertension dangerous? The heart moves blood through the blood vessels, providing oxygen and nutrients to all cells in the body. When blood vessels become clogged or lose their elasticity, the heart starts to work harder…

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