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Cardiovascular Disease

All about cardiovascular disease
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Leigh Singh

on 8 January 2013

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Today I will be telling you about Cardiovascular Disease that affects the way and ways to avoid it. Hope you enjoy it! Cardiovascular Disease http://adagioridingstables.com/blank-heart-diagram-blood-flow Time to start! What is Cardiovascular Disease? Cardiovascular disease is a disease that involves the heart or blood vessels (arteries, capillaries, veins) and affects the cardiovascular system. http://laughingsquid.com/realistic-bleeding-heart-valentines-day-cakes/ Endocarditis,Inflammatory cardiomegaly,Myocarditis, Coronary heart disease, Cardiomyopathy disease,
Hypertensive heart disease, peripheral arterial disease. Heart disease causes the most deaths in men and women. This disease is mostly found in women rather than men and 1 in every 5 people have heart disease. Atherosclerosis, is when an artery begins to thicken because of fatty substances like cholesterol build up. This then hardens the arteries and stiffens it. As you grow older the stiffened artery will prevent the normal amount of blood to flow through. No there are 13 Corpulmonale, Cardiac Arrhythmia, Inflammatory stroke and 1. What is a pacemaker? It is a device that can detect unusually heart beats then sends electrical impulses to your ventricle to control your breathing. 2. How does it work? Technology has helped this disease a lot because a pace maker can help detect someone who has cardiovascular disease. Pain in the chest
Facial numbness Tiredness
Nausea
Irregular heart beats What are the symptoms? Arms getting numb
Breathing troubles donate to save the victims of cardiovascular disease! Reduce it with Health Behaviors( few tips) How did technology help this disease? 3. How was it made? Cerebrovascular disease, heart failure iminflammatory heart
valvular heart disease, Is there just one type? In 1958 Jorge Reynolds Pombo, a Columbian engineer constructed the first external pace maker but then was changed by Earl Bakken in 1958 by making an wearable pace maker. A pace maker discovers your heart beats and sends tiny electrical pulses to either your ventricle or atrium of your heart. Is it a common disease Visit cardiovascular disease.ca or call (613)569-4361 or go to 222 Queen Street, Suite 1402 THANK YOU FOR LISTENING! I HOPE YOU HAVE LEARNED ABOUT CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE! How to avoid it. Is it contagious? No, cardiovascular disease isn't contagious. Cardiovascular disease can be caused by many things but the two most important is atherosclerosis, this is when an artery begins to thicken and the other is hypertension, when your blood pressure in an artery raises. Let's look at the details. Eating fresh fruits and vegetables.
Not smoking
Limiting the amount of alcohol you consume.
30 minutes of active exercising.
Relax, don't get stressed out often.
If you have high blood pressure, work to bring it down.
Get enough sleep. By: Leigh 8-5 What is hypertension? Hypertension is when your blood pressure in an artery rises. Once your blood pressure raises, it becomes harder to breathe What causes high blood pressure? Your salt intake
How great your blood vessels, kidneys and nervous system are
How much hormones your body has. How do you avoid it?
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