Transcript: Hypertensive heart disease is the number one cause of death associated with high blood pressure. Another thing that can cause heart disease is atherosclerosis and this can be caused by an unhealthy diet, lack of exercise, being overweight and smoking. History proves that heart disease has been around for as much as 3500 years as historians made scans of Egyptian mummies which showed heart disease in ancient Egyptians. Signs and symptoms: *chest pain *shortness of breath *pain, numbness, weakness or coldness in your legs or arms *Dizziness *Lightheadedness *Too slow or too fast of a heart beat. Prevention: *Eat Right (heart healthy diet *Exercise (30 mins) *Keep cholesterol level down *No Smoking *No tobacco *Maintain Healthy weight Treatments: Life style change Medication Pace makers Open heart surgery Medical procedures Testimonial: Iron man, Don Lopez Early one morning in December 2003, I had a heart attack. I was rushed to the ER and prepared for emergency cardiac catheterization to remove a complete blockage in my right coronary artery. Then, in September 2006, I experienced a second heart attack. These events left me with permanent damage, resulting in a weak heart, only capable of pumping blood at a fraction of the rate of a normal heart. There isn't anything I can do to turn back time. I take my medication and get plenty of exercise. The most important thing I can do now is to make sure my kids are aware of the importance of good eating habits and a healthy lifestyle. Karen and I enjoy spending time with our kids being active outdoors. We also teach our kids about heart-healthy foods. My 4-year old son already looks at food labels and asks, "Daddy, how much percent fat is in this?" I only wish every child were so aware. Other info: about 600,000 people die of heart disease every year in the U.S. That is 1 in every 4 deaths. Every year almost 1 million people have a heart attack in the U.S. About half of all americans have at least 1 out of 3 risk factors for potential heart disease. Resources for help: Nearest Clinic or Doctor Emergency go to a Hospital Self-diagnosis is possibly on WebMD Bibliography: http://www.cdc.gov/heartdisease/facts.htm http://www.cvdf.org/testimonials3.aspx http://mendedhearts.org/resources/dealing-with-heart-disease http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/heart-disease/DS01120 Cause #3 Thank you & 1. Is heart disease contagious? 2. Name one symptom of heart disease. 3. True or False: High cholesterol doesn't affect your heart. *Bonus: About half of all americans have at least ___ out of ___ risk factors for potential heart disease. Challenge yourself: Can you name one of the the risk factors/causes we have listed? Heart Disease? High blood pressure brings on heart failure by causing a thickening of the heart muscle that results in less effective muscle relaxation between heart beats. Remember... cause #2 Cause #1 One final risk factor for heart disease is high blood cholesterol, a fat- like substance carried in your blood and its found in all of your body's cells. Bad cholesterol causes plaque to form on artery walls. Heart disease is a broad term used to describe a range of diseases that affect your heart . This includes diseases of the blood vessels, arteries and other infections of the heart. Jordan Inselman Little Quiz By: Disease Hawa Salad
Transcript: The heart is typically the size of a fist. The normal resting adult human heart rate ranges from 60–100 bpm. •About 610,000 people die of heart disease in the United States every year–that’s 1 in every 4 deaths. Unhealthy Heart Definiton of Myocardial Infarction What causes a heart attack? The term "myocardial infarction" focuses on the myocardium (the heart muscle) and the changes that occur in it due to the sudden deprivation of circulating blood. The main change is necrosis (death) of myocardial tissue. The word "infarction" comes from the Latin "infarcire" meaning "to plug up or cram." It refers to the clogging of the artery. •One of the most common causes of heart attack is coronary artery disease, where the coronary arteries become hardened and narrowed due to atherosclerosis. ... •Another cause of heart attack is sudden severe spasm or tightening of the coronary artery that blocks the blood supply. ... Myocardial Infarction Healthy Heart
Transcript: Working out that muscle Hearts Breaking the heart into pieces How many times have you received a card with little hearts around it? Have you heard words like brokenhearted, downhearted or heartless? Or seen a cartoon charter's heart? Believe it or not, your heart is nothing like that. A long time ago, people thought that their emotions were controlled by their heart, because their hearts would beat faster when you're scared or excited, but thanks to scientists, we now know its all controlled by the master mind of your body, your brain. So what does your heart do instead of beating to the seconds of the clock? Lets find out! The ten top things I would recommend to eat to keep your heart happy and healthy are: *Oatmeal *Salmon *Avocado *Olive oil *Nuts *Berries *Legumes *Spinach *Flaxseed *Soy Your heart is actually a muscle, one you literally couldn't live without. If you place your hand on your hand a little to the left of the center of your chest, you can feel your heart beating. The muscle is the size of your fist, but an athlete's heart is the size of both fists put together. Human Heart How to keep a healthy heart If we break the heart into different pieces, you could see,but probably won't notice, the heart's chambers. This muscle is made up of four different blood-filled areas, and these areas are known as chambers. Two of these chambers are found on each side of the heart. One living on top and the other living under, like England and Australia, one on top and other down under. To keep a healthy heart is like taking care of a dog, so watch this video on the next slide to know of what you have to do to take care of your heart. Healthy Hearts Watch and learn tips and tricks of how to keep your heart in good shape. Best foods for your heart How to keep a healthy heart video
Transcript: Health Heart Presentation Activities: 4.2.1 4.2.2 4.2.3 By: Maricarmen Figueroa Heart Rate Heart Rate Definition: The Number of times your heart beats per second How can you measure your heart rate? You can measure your heart beat by 2 easy methods, first place your index and third fingers on your neck to the side of your windpipe. The second method is by placing two fingers between the bone and the tendon over your radial artery, located on the thumb side of your wrist. Speed of the Heart Speed -How does a high heart rate affect the heart?: High heart rate is the representation and sign that the body has to put in more work to be able to obtain the sufficient oxygen that the body needs -How does a low heart rate affect the heart? -Low heart rate represents then body's need of more oxygen to function properly. Pulse Pulse Definition: A pulse is a pressure wave, which is throbbing of the arteries as blood is propelled through them Change in Heart Rate Change in Heart Rate Three things that changes heart rate: 1.Age 2. Fitness/Activity levels 3. Cardiovascular disease, high cholesterol or diabetes Which one have you noticed changes your heart rate? Personally, the things that I've notices that changes my heart beat has been the fitness or activity levels. This causes my heart to work harder which makes my heart rate increase due to the need of oxygen as I'm doing this physical activity. What is the difference between tachycardia and bradycardia? The difference between these to is that a tachycardia is sinus rhythm which in this case is faster than 100 bpm, however a bradycardia is slower than 60 bpm. ('Brady' means slow and 'tachy' means fast.) Blood Pressure Blood Pressure Definition: the pressure of circulating blood on the walls of blood vessels, is caused by the movement of blood through the vessels in your body, the veins, and arteries. Define blood pressure. List three things that can change your blood pressure. Explain high blood pressure. Define sphygmomanometer. Explain how systolic and diastolic pressure relates to blood pressure. What unit are used to report blood pressure? Describe how blood pressure is taken. Define hypertension. Check the chart on the 4.2.2. notes, include it in your project. Google time! How do ACE inhibitors help regulate blood pressure? 3 things that can change your blood pressure: 1. Emotional state 2. person's diet 3. Activity What is high blood pressure? High blood pressure is Sphygmomanometer. Spectrophotometer Definition: also known as a blood pressure meter, blood pressure monitor, or blood pressure gauge, is a device used to measure blood pressure How systolic and diastolic pressure relates to blood pressure? - Objective Objective Assessment Assessment Measurement 1 Measurement 1 Measurement 2 Measurement 2 Sales EKG Strategy Strategy Objective Objective Targets Targets
Transcript: Healthy Heart Lydia Prueher Heart Rate Heart Rate The number of times your heart beats in one minute. High vs. Low Heart Rate A high heart rate means that the heart has to work hard to meet the oxygen demands of the body. High vs Low A low heart rate means the body might not get enough oxygen to function Pulse - a pressure wave of blood passing by an artery How to Measure Heart Rate Place your index an third fingers on your neck to the side your windpipe. Alternately, place two fingers between the bone and the tendon. Measurement Three things that impact heart rate are age, fitness levels, and emotions. Personally, I've noticed my emotions, particularly stress, elevate my heart rate. Count the number of beats in 15 seconds. Multiply the number by four to calculate beats per minute. My heart rate now: 96 bpm (beats per minute) Tachycardia vs Bradycardia Tachycardia - an abnormally rapid heart rate Tachycardia vs Bradycardia Bradycardia - an abnormally slow heart rate Blood Pressure Blood Pressure Measures the amount of force applied to the arterial walls as the heart pumps blood. Caused by the movement of blood through the vessels in the body. High Blood Pressure High blood pressure is dangerous because it means the blood is pressing hard against the arteries, so severe damage can be done to the arteries. High Blood Pressure Blood pressure can be changed by things like activity, diet, and medication use. Hypertension - chronic high blood pressure. What do the numbers mean? Numbers Blood pressure is recorded in millimeters of mercury (mm Hg) Blood pressure is reported as two values: Systolic pressure - the pressure in the arteries when the ventricles are at maximum contraction. (the top number) Diastolic pressure - the pressure in the arteries when the ventricles are relaxing. (the bottom number) How is Blood Pressure Taken? The Process The cuff is placed on the upper arm and is inflated to cut off blood flow. Pressure in the vessel is measured as the cuff is released and blood flow returns to the artery. Blood pressure is taken using a sphygmomanometer. It has an inflatable cuff with an attached pressure gauge. Chartz How Does Your Blood Pressure Measure Up? Want to Get Lower? ACE Inhibitors are drugs that cause relaxation of blood vessels and decrease blood volume in order to lower blood pressure What is an EKG? Electrocardiogram - a graph made to show electrical activity of the heart. EKG That's what it looks like :) Problems Which Can be Diagnosed from an EKG Diagnoses Irregular Heartbeat Irregular Speed of Contractions Angina Tissue Death Path of Electricity as the Heart Contracts Path of Electricity Sinoatrial (SA) node Atrioventricular (AV) node Atrioventricular (AV) bundle Bundle branches Purkinje fibers Components of a Single Heartbeat Traditionally labeled as P, Q, R, S, and T Hearbeat Components The P wave represents the start of the electrical journey as the impulse spreads from the SA node downward from the atria through the AV node and to the ventricles. Ventricular activation is represented by the QRS complex. The T wave results from ventricular repolarization, which is a recovery of the ventricular muscle tissue to its resting state. By examining several beats, you can calculate the rate for each component. What would happen if the AV node could no longer do its job? What If? If the AV node could not do its job, the heart's ventricles would not be able to contract. The electrical current would only make it to the atria before being stopped, so the atria would contract but not the ventricles.
Transcript: -doubles a persons risk of stroke -second hand smoke can cause lung cancer in non-smokers -smoking causes 10% of CVD -tobacco causes 6million deaths each year -plaque can build up in your arteries that takes blood to he arteries Sources Exercise Videos http://www.netrition.com/rdi_page.html http://www.cdc.gov/tobacco/basic_information/health_effects/heart_disease/ http://www.world-heart-federation.org/press/fact-sheets/tobacco-totally-avoidable-risk-factor-of-cvd/ Heart Healthy Tobacco Nutrition 9 year old girls calories- 1100/1300-light activity 9 year old boys-1100/1300-light activity 15 year old girls-1300/1500-medium activity 15 year old boys 1650/1850-medium activity 30 year old girls-1150/1350-light activity 30 year old boys-1600/1800-light activity -men need 13cups of water everyday -women need 9cups of water everyday -Children need to be active for at least an hour every day -Men need 30min of consecutive exercise 5 days a week -Women also need 30min of consecutive exercise 5 days every week
Transcript: BENEFITS This legume in the world market is of greater commercial importance due to its consolidated demand. The world trade of peas is 5 million tons. The largest exporters are: Canada, the United States, Russia and France. NUTRICIONAL VALUE MARKETING The cultivation of green peas originated in Central Asia, introduced by the conquerors in Peru, the seeds and pods are highly valued for their protein, vitamins and minerals content. CULTIVATION -Yellow potato -salt -pepper -egg -flour - green pea -Honey bea Black quinoa PREPARATION HEALTHY LIFE All lentils have a great nutritional value. They stand out for their contribution in carbohydrates and proteins, iron, zinc, magnesium, sodium, potassium, selenium, calcium and vitamins, especially in the B complex: as B2, B3, B6, B9 (folic acid), vitamin A, vitamin. And, besides being a good source of phosphorus, manganese and folic acid, without losing sight of fiber, it is important to promote intestinal transit and avoid constipation. INGREDIENTS Currently consumed throughout the planet: popular, nutritious and economic makes it one of the star legumes in any diet. 1-. First we parboil the potato and then press it adding salt adn pepper. 2- I another pot to parboil the peas as well as the black quinoa. 3- In a bowl mix the pea with the honey of bee. 4- With the prestes potato we make a sphere and fill it with the preparation of the pea 5-. Pass the potato sphere throught the flour, the egg and finally throught the black quinoa powder 6- That way we make a delicious new dish.
Transcript: Wherever you go, go with all your heart. - Confucius Cardiovascular System EFFECT OF CHANGES Thank You! Healthy Heart “Heart disease let’s defeat, Keep a healthy Heart Beat” Heart Problems Normally, the heart continues to pump enough blood to supply all parts of the body. Some of the things that make your heart work harder are: Certain medicines Emotional stress Physical exertion Illness Infections Injuries It consists of the heart, blood vessels, and the approximately 5 liters of blood that the blood vessels transport. Responsible for transporting oxygen, nutrients, hormones, and cellular waste products throughout the body, the cardiovascular system is powered by the body’s hardest-working organ — the heart, which is only about the size of a closed fist. By: Naveen Akram Even at rest, the average heart easily pumps over 5 liters of blood throughout the body every minute. Angina Abnormal heart rhythms (arrhythmias) Arteriosclerosis (hardening of the arteries) Congestive heart failure is also very common in older people. High blood Pressure Heart valve diseases are fairly common. Blood clots Peripheral vascular disease, resulting in intermittent pain in the legs when walking (claudication) Varicose veins Aneurysms may develop in one of the major arteries from the heart or in the brain. Aneurysms are an abnormal widening or ballooning of a part of an artery due to weakness in the wall of the blood vessel. 62 ECG bpm
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