Early Stroke Avoidance Measures... or at the Very Least Potentially Minimize Long-Term Effects This is not a medical article and you should seek professional medical people to provide you with their assessment. Avoid or Minimize a Stroke These measures below may provide a healthy foundation for someone to help them avoid a stroke or to at least minimize the long-term effects of a stroke. Beginning with the easy to do items – so no excuses do these now. Health History Speak with your … [Read more...]
What’s One Thing You Must Do For Yourself?
One thing you must do for yourself is to know your numbers. Know your numbers in this context refers to your body health numbers. Your blood pressure, your resting and active heart rates, a blood test with a full range of the critical results and more. For now one thing you must do for yourself is have your annual physical examination with your Doctor. As the previous article, "Are You Helping Or Hurting Yourself", discussed very often people who have high blood pressure don’t exhibit … [Read more...]
Are You Helping Or Hurting Yourself?
You’ve heard the term ‘silent killer’? These words refer to high blood pressure. Because very often people who have high blood pressure don’t exhibit any symptoms of high blood pressure. Meanwhile inside their body the stress and strain of high blood pressure is creating havoc. These people have a high risk of developing heart disease, heart failure, stroke and other items. This is all internal to the body, yet, certain outside the body habits and behaviors may help to reduce high blood … [Read more...]
Do You Ever Pause?
Would you agree one or more of these describes you in a situation? Your heart is beating quickly and you are walking quickly as you’re late for a meeting or an appointment? Then this is how you show up. You really cannot believe what you’re hearing so you just start speaking interrupting the person speaking and you take over and are saying what they and anyone else involved needs to hear and understand. You Sure Showed Them! You join a group conversation and it seems a bit somber so … [Read more...]