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Two Values of Blood Pressure

Blood pressure is measured and mentioned in two values. The upper (systolic) and the lower (diastolic) blood pressure is mentioned in unit mm of Hg. Ideal values for an adult is lower than 120/80 mm of Hg. High blood pressure is defined as either systolic blood...

Blood Pressure : Definition

Blood reaches various organs through arteries arising from the heart. Blood pressure is the driving force for this. Pressure exerted laterally to the walls of arteries by circulating blood is called as ‘Blood Pressure’. If it is increased or decreased, the person may...

Tests to Help Diagnosis

Based on the symptoms, a Doctor would suggest few tests. Blood Tests : Hemoglobin level and blood counts, blood sugar levels, lipid profile, liver function tests, kidney function tests, thyroid function tests, etc.Urine Tests : Helps to detect kidney function, urine...

Who can develop Diabetes ?

Through many researches it has been proved that the risk of diabetes is higher in people with following factors. On the other side, if a person maintains a proper lifestyle, he may not develop diabetes even if risk factors are present. Heredity :Overweight : Projected...

Symptoms of Heart Disease

Chest heaviness or pressure in the chest or heart burn Breathlessness, either on exertion or in advanced cases, even at rest Giddiness, transient loss of consciousness PalpitationExcess perspirationEasy fatigue, weaknessGastric upset, backache...