Don't let fatigue and weakness after colds go unnoticed If you don't return to your normal performance soon after a cold (medical: flu infection), German heart experts may warn you that you may suffer from a heart disease.
Heartache is a serious symptom in any case. As a vital hollow muscle organ, the heart secures blood circulation and sufficient blood flow to all organs through rhythmic contractions. Cardiac dysfunction, which can have serious to life-threatening health consequences, often manifests itself in heart pain.
The term "fluttering heart" describes very different phenomena: For example, when feeling excited, afraid, in stressful situations or even in love, it may feel as if the heart is "fluttering". In addition to this, fluttering of the heart can also indicate a disease and, for example, be an expression of a cardiac arrhythmia, i.e. an irregular sequence of the normal heartbeat.
Heart bites are an extremely unpleasant symptom, which makes many sufferers think of a heart attack and brings with it corresponding fear of death. Often, however, the heart stitches are an otherwise justified stinging in the chest. For example, muscle tension, diaphragmatic cramps, esophageal diseases or gastric mucosal inflammation can be behind the supposed heart pain.
Cardiac fibrillation is one of the so-called tachycardiac arrhythmias. These are characterized by the fact that the heart rate rises to over 100 beats per minute. 70 to 75 beats per minute would be normal for women and 60 to 70 beats per minute for men. Cardiac fibrillation is divided into atrial fibrillation and ventricular fibrillation.
All people know phases in which they "can not pull themselves together". The planned bike tour will not work, because it is difficult for us to get to the toilet. Although we just got up, we are without drive and instead of jogging through the park, we are just getting from bed to sofa.
Heart Attack: Acute Coronary Syndrome Heart disease such as a heart attack or heart attack are among the most common causes of death in modern industrialized nations. Unhealthy diet, too little exercise and being overweight are considered to be the main reasons for the significant increase in fatal cardiovascular diseases in the past decades.
Learning to overcome cardiac neurosis Cardiac neurosis is also known as cardiophobia, cardiac phobia, Da Costa syndrome or effort syndrome. It is one of the hypochondriacal disorders. The focus is on the fear of an undetected heart disease. There is usually no organic heart disease.
Herzinfarkt – Ein schneller ÜberblickDer Herzinfarkt, auch Myokardinfarkt genannt, ist lebensgefährlich und zählt zu den häufigsten Todesursachen weltweit. Da diese Krankheit jede/n treffen kann, ist es wichtig, die Frühwarnzeichen, Symptome, Ursachen, Therapien und vorbeugende Maßnahmen zu kennen. Hier eine kurze Übersicht:Frühwarnzeichen: Wiederkehrende Schmerzen im Brustbereich oder in den Beinen, die sich bei körperlicher Belastung oder Stress einstellen, und dann wieder abklingen, können ein Vorbote sein und sollten dringend von einem Arzt untersucht werden.
The heart is a hollow organ that mainly consists of muscle mass. It is the blood circulation pump and motor for transport into the blood vessels. In regular relaxation and contraction, the blood pumps into all organs and tissues. The heart and cardiovascular system can be damaged in various ways, but often, for example, constricted coronary arteries or cardiac muscle weakness are the cause of the symptoms.
Better than medication: DASH diet protects against heart disease A nutritional study that accompanied 4,500 people over the age of 13 shows that a certain diet can drastically reduce the risk of heart disease. In particular, people under the age of 75 could benefit from the so-called DASH diet, which is specially designed to lower the risks of high blood pressure, increased blood sugar and heart failure.
So-called crash diets have serious effects on heart health.The summer is just around the corner and now everyone wants to lose a few pounds quickly. That is why it is tried to get rid of the pounds through exercise, dietary changes or diets. Unfortunately, so-called crash diets are increasingly used.
Tissue patches are said to improve contractility after a heart attack. Every year around 200,000 people in Germany suffer a heart attack. Thanks to the latest technology, around three quarters of all those affected now survive such an attack. However, in most cases, damaged areas remain that permanently weaken the heart.
Concomitant diseases: Chronic lung disease beats on the heart Up to five million people in Germany alone are affected by the chronic obstructive pulmonary disease COPD. The disease, popularly known as smoker's cough, not only affects the respiratory tract, but also beats the heart.
Around 26 million people worldwide suffer from heart failure Heart failure is a widespread disease that now affects around 26 million people worldwide. Heart failure occurs when the heart cannot supply the body's main organs with enough blood and oxygen.
The yo-yo effect is particularly damaging to the heart Most people have been on a diet at least once in their lives and many of them have already experienced the unloved yo-yo effect. Staying on a diet is usually difficult. It is all the more annoying if the lost pounds are put back on in no time and can be read on the scales during daily use.
Special toilet seat detects and monitors heart failure US researchers recently unveiled a new medical device designed to revolutionize the monitoring of people with heart disease. The centerpiece is high-tech clog glasses that automatically monitor important body functions while using the toilet at home.
Complete heartbeat control thanks to poisonous jellyfishWhat does the poisonous box jellyfish Carybdea rastoni have to do with the human heart? Apparently more than you might think at first glance, because a German research team recently found that certain jellyfish proteins also occur in the human heart muscle, but perform completely different tasks.
Can Low Carb Diets Cause Atrial Fibrillation? Low carb diets are currently popular and widespread for losing weight. However, nutrition experts argue whether a diet with as few carbohydrates as possible is actually good for health. Now an international study team based on health data from around 14.
Breakthrough in the treatment of heart attacks? When testing an experimental drug, a new drug reduced heart damage after a heart attack by up to 60 percent. Doctors hope that future use can significantly improve the survival rate of people after a heart attack.
Recognizing non-specific symptoms of a heart attack Heart attack is still the most common cause of death in Germany. However, many heart attack deaths can be avoided if the person concerned gets treatment in good time. For this it is very important that the symptoms are interpreted correctly, because a violent chest pain does not always indicate a seizure.