if you have high bloodpressure would your pulse and bloodpressureincrease or decrease just prior ...how long do you have to have high bloodpressure for to cause or bring on a heart attack. also how ...
Ive had bloodpressure problems for going on 9 years. Im 21 years old. Ive been on bloodpressure ... about it. I eat healthy. Hardly ever eat any Red meats. I mostly eat salads and fruit. All he did ...
I suffer from low blood presurre (90/60)as well as from arithmia. Hot weather makes it much worse. I was told that drinking lots of water or even salted water can help. It helps indeed but it isn t sufficient. I will be glad for any advice.
and decided to try out the free bloodpressure machine. It read pretty high, about 150/90. Could ... steaks or beef in general, usually have chicken. And my dad does have high bloodpressure so it runs ...
My father s pressure has been rising last 2 days, at rest, only the upper number rising steadily but slowly. He just came home from hospital (12-10-13 to 1-17-14) ...(COPD, O2 dropped to 89... DX: double pneumonia... induced coma in ICU,...
yes diabetes and high bloodpressure are related and sugar can increasebloodpressure.
Is alcohol increase your bloodpressure
Yes. Long term use of alcohol can cause an increase in bloodpressure.
Can malaria ones bloodpressure to rise
Hello and welcome to HCM,
Malarial infection does not increase the bloodpressure directly.
However, malaria can cause dehydration due to rise in temperature and thus a spurious increase in bloodpressure.
Maintain good hydration of the patient and then get the bloodpressure measured.
Thanks and take care
Dr Shailja P Wahal
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