The Silent Killers: Hypertension Disorder, Stroke, And Arterial Aneurysms

Have you ever thought about how your lifestyle and your past has touched his heart? Hypertensive disorder, also known as heart disease, may actually be the silent assassin. There are rarely any symptoms associated with the disease of hypertension, but there are several serious diseases related to health that are associated with disorders of hypertension. My favorite story took place in 2013, I was on a Los Angeles freeway traveling at 70 miles per hour, I started seeing double, unfortunately, was not aware of what was happening . You see, I was on the way to work and I was determined to do so. As it turns out, I stopped, called 911 and I did not recognize that I had a TIA or transient ischemic attack. Later, I learned that the TIA occurs when blood flow to parts of the brain are blocked for a short period of time. Blood flow back quickly with this type of stroke, so that the brain tissue does not die like it does in the case of a full-on blow. A TIA lasts only 2-30 minutes. The day after the TIA, for me, they had a number of neurological symptoms for several weeks after the attack. Nearly a year after the attack, I have no lasting effects. The right question here is: What are the symptoms of a stroke or transient ischemic attack?

1) weakness or paralysis of an arm or leg on one side of body
2) loss of normal sensation in the arm, leg or one side of the body
3) The partial loss of vision or hearing
4) It’s scary at 70 mph on the freeway Los Angeles traffic by Double Vision
5) I would like dizziness and nausea.
6) Slurred speech.
7) Problems to think or understand what is going on, which was probably why I did not stop on the highway.
8) unusual movements.
9) Loss of bladder control, fortunately I have not had this symptom when driving.
10) and the imbalance falling- my TIA I had a problem to talk and walk.
11) fainting.

The important thing to do before you have a stroke thing, heart attack or an arterial aneurysm is understanding how your lifestyle can affect your heart. What exactly are these silent killers?

1) We have already mentioned the time signs, and I can only emphasize that it is essential to know the symptoms and get to the hospital within 20 minutes of having a stroke, because every minute counts for symptoms that may invest to avoid problems that life. The saying that hospitals use for the race is too fast or
F face: do one side of the face decreases as the person smile?
An arm or leg weakness not an arm / leg downward drift
S-Speech: their speech disorder or strange?
T Time: If you observe any of these symptoms, call 9-1-1 immediately

2) Heart Attack- often called a heart attack is a medical emergency, even if you think you are having a heart attack, call 9-1-1 immediately. If the blood supply to the heart is greatly reduced for a period of time, the muscle will die from lack of oxygen. The good news is that one in five people have mild symptoms and can be saved by a minor surgical procedure.

3) Arterial blood Aneurysm- An aneurysm occurs most often in patients with diabetes. This occurs when blood clots in a vein, usually in the thigh or calf, causing a stroke. Most aneurysms occur in the aortoiliac region, the main arteries in the body that supply the legs.

How could I avoid the ministroke or TIA?

1) Listen to my cardiologist and monitor my blood pressure every day.
2) eliminate smoking.
3) Exercise daily.

It is interesting that we as human beings live our daily lives often without realizing that stress, poor diet, lack of exercise and smoking are being slowly wreak havoc on our system cardiovascular. Recognize symptoms, monitor our blood pressure, change our habits, and quick action can often be the difference in living a long and healthy life.

The Silent Killers: Hypertension Disorder, Stroke, And Arterial Aneurysms

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