Painkillers Trigger Stroke Risk

This is a warning for those who regularly consume painkillers. Recent research indicates experts in Canada, the consumption of painkillers on a daily basis and in high doses may increase the risk of heart attack and stroke by 40 percent.

According to researchers, patients who regularly consume diclofenac (a pain reliever and anti-inflammatory), will have heart problems two-fifths higher. Meanwhile, the use of pain relieving drugs such as ibuprofen have been associated with an increased risk of heart attack and stroke by 18 percent higher.

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Squash Player Having a Heart Attack

Symptoms Heart Attack. Between Men and Women

Heart attacks can happen to men and women although more common in men. Pain or pain that is felt during a heart attack appeared very different between men and women.

Heart attack or also known as myocardial infarction is sudden death of heart muscle due to blood clots in the coronary arteries. The task of the heart to pump 4-5 liters of blood every minute throughout the body becomes not smooth if the heart muscle is damaged. If blood flow is not restored to the heart muscle and the period of 20-40 minutes can cause death.

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Be careful, Sex Can Kill You

Intense physical activity abruptly and moderate activity, like jogging or having sex, significantly increased the risk of heart attack. Especially, in people who do not exercise regularly, say U.S. researchers.

The doctors also have known for a long time about the physical activity that could trigger serious heart problems, but this latest study also helps to measure the level of risk, the research conducted by Dr. Issa Dahabreh from Tufts Medical Center in Boston, the research results published in the Journal of the American Medical Association.

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Squash Player Having a Heart Attack

Sports Harmful For Heart?

Not a few athletes who suffer a heart attack or sudden death while playing tennis, diving, or walking. This incident may give the impression that heavy exercise harmful to the heart.

Based sportssafety, sudden death in young athletes is estimated one in 100,000 to 300,000 per year. Genesis is about 12 per year in high school athletes, with a male-dominated.

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Signs of Heart Problems

Heart disease remains a major killer in many countries. Running a healthy lifestyle is the most effective way to protect yourself from this disease. Another way is to be aware if there are signs of heart problems. What are the signs?

1. Anxious
Heart attacks can cause anxiety or fear of death. In fact, one felt like coming of the apocalypse.

2. Chest pain
It’s not all chest pain be an indication of a heart attack. The pain is sometimes likened to that occupied by the elephant’s chest.

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