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Transcript: Other Aches & Pain Increased body size causes the heart to pump harder, which causes the arteries to narrow with elevated cholesterol, inevitably, blood pressure to begin to climb. Hypertension is a major risk factor for heart disease and stroke. Statistics show that sixty-nine percent of people suffering their first attack and seventy-four percent of stroke victims have high blood pressure . The most common contributors are being overweight, not engaging in enough physical activity, and eating a poor diet high in sodium. Type 1 & Type 2 Diaetes In 1970 less than 5 percent of American children were obese. By 2008, that figure has skyrocketed to more than 17 percent. A High-Pressure Situation Fatty Liver The Obesity Epidemic Project 1. By: Crystal King The C Word 7Steps to a Healthy Heart Brain Drain Optimal cholesterol (less than 200mg/dL) Normal blood pressure (120/80 or lower) Not having diabetes Learn body mass index (BMI of less than 25) (mine is 24.4 I am 5'4 and I weigh 140 Not Smoking Physical activity (my opinion is thirty to sixty minutes a day at least five days a week.) Healthy diet (my opinion is being caution of your diet when you're shopping (going shopping hungry, always leads to getting all the foods... i have "taste" for. Clogged Pipes According to The Weight of the Nation, every twenty-five seconds someone in this country has a heart attack. It is ranked as the number one cause of death for both men and women. More people die from heart-related problems than cancer. AIDS, respiratory disease, or even accidents. Being obese or overweight places you at a higher risk of developing heart disease and stroke. Nonalcoholic fatty liver disease didn't even exist until recently 25 percent of American adults have excess fat in their liver. the nonalcoholic epidemic has closely followed the growing obesity epidemic Won't Somebody Please Think of the Children? More than 66 percent of people with arthritis are overweight or obese. Obesity also increases adults' relative risk of health problems such as gallbladder disease, asthma, sleep apnea, and gout. Obesity increases your risk of the following types of cancer: colon, kidney, and esophagus. 20 percent of cancer deaths in women and 14 percent in men are related to being overweight or obese. Obesity "negatively affects the functioning of the human brain.", according to Dr. Nora Volkow. a neuroscientist and the director of the National Institute of Drug Abuse. When someone has high Levels of LDL, the "bad" cholesterol, it can stick to inflamed section of the artery walls and eventually build up into deposits called plaque. Backed up coronary arteries interrupts the blood supply to the heart muscle, causing a heart attack. Type 1, was previously knwon as juvenile diabetes because it most often developed in childhood. It is not related to obesity. Type 2, develops whenthe body can't use insulin propperly or no longer makes enough of it to overcome insulin resistance. It most often affects overweight and older adults Heart Broken

Broken Heart

Transcript: Coronary Artery Disease By: Lane and Megan C. Artery Diseased Artery About ABOUT Buildup of plaque Can cause Myocardial Infarction Causes Causes Age Smoking History BP Diabetes Physical Inactivity Symptoms Symptoms Angina Shortness of Breath Heart Attack Solutions Solutions Change Lifestyle Cardiac Rehab Medications Lifestyle Change Lifestyle Diet Physical Activity Quit Smoking Reduce Stress Rehab Cardiac Rehab Exercise Programs Education Meds Medications Reduce Chances of Hear Attack Blood Pressure Blood Thinners Lower Cholesterol Sources Sources

Broken Heart

Transcript: On Valentine’s Day, he buoght me a chocolate rose, a peanut butter heart, and a huge teddy bear. I hadn’t had a Valentine in years. Carlos gave me hope. He made me feel like I wasn’t going to be alone my whole life. I thought we were going to last forever. I was wrong. Broken Heart My names Andrea. His names Carlos. I was so completely in love with him. We only dated for a month but it was the best month of my life. We started dating on January 27th. When we broke up, he was a total jerk. He said we were friends but I knew we weren’t. We stopped talking. I hated feeling this way about him. I started talking to other guys. They were sending me mixed signals, though. It's March 4th right now. I haven’t cried in a week. I want to really bad but I just keep it in. I don’t think I could ever be in a relationship again after him. I’m afraid to let anyone in. What if they all lose feelings? I go around school and act like everything is okay. My friends occasionally ask if I’m okay. I lie and tell them yes. Little do they know, I’m dying on the inside. He is constantly on my mind. I wish I still had him. I wish he still loved me. He broke up with me on February 25th. He told me he didn’t feel the same about us. He lost feelings. Every time I thought about it, I cried. I didn’t eat three meals a day anymore. It was a good day if I ate one. I guess I just let myself trust him. Something I swore I would never do after my last boyfriend. There was just something different about him. Something that made me want to trust him.

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