Both thiazide drugs have been shown to be equally beneficial at preventing cardiovascular disease and hypertension in a sizable, real-world trial comparing them. Diuretics are frequently used to treat hypertension, with thiazide-type diuretics being the primary drugs for the majority of patients. Chlorthalidone (CTD) and hydrochlorothiazide, two thiazide diuretics, were compared in a real-world clinical […]
High blood pressure may be a factor in certain people’s neurotic behaviour
Heart attack, stroke, and other health problems are all risk factors for high blood pressure, or hypertension. A personality trait known as neuroticism is defined by a propensity to feel unfavourable emotions such worry, fear, mental stress, wrath, guilt, and despair. It is linked, according to research, to less favourable health outcomes. A population’s prevalence […]
Alcoholism may be diminished by heart medicine, according to a study
The journal Molecular Psychiatry just published their research findings. According to a recent study by National Institutes of Health researchers and their associates, a drug used to treat high blood pressure and heart problems may also be effective in treating alcohol use disorder.The spironolactone medicine may play a role in reducing alcohol consumption, according to […]
Adopting a diet that limits your meals between the hours of 7 a.m. and 3 p.m. can aid in weight loss and BP reduction.
Time-restricted eating is effective for weight loss, but it can also improve mood and blood pressure. According to research published today in JAMA Internal Medicine, found that early time-restricted eating for 8 hours between 7 a.m. and 3 p.m. led to more effective weight loss, blood pressure control, and mood improvement in adults with obesity […]
Can water fasting aid in weight loss?
Weight loss has been linked to water fasting. However, according to nutritionists, this kind of fasting should only be practised for a limited amount of time. Water fasting, sometimes known as a water-only fast, is going without meals for a few days. This kind of fasting is thought to enhance health and might inspire dietary […]
Daily breathing exercises could reduce blood pressure
Researchers said the results were as effective as taking blood pressure medication and possibly more effective than lifestyle changes, such as losing weight or reducing salt in your diet. Using breathing techniques for 5 to 10 minutes a day might help lower blood pressure, according to a study completed at the University of Colorado, Boulder, and […]
Psoriasis medication Otezla may aid fat loss in people with psoriatic arthritis
Otezla (apremilast) is a medication approved by the Food and Drug Administration for treating plaque psoriasis. In a recent study, scientists say they found the drug may also help people with psoriasis reduce body fat, potentially improving their cardiovascular health. Researchers at the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania measured changes in 70 […]
What you should know about the relationship between depression, diabetes, and chronic kidney disease
Although diabetes, depression, and renal disease are all distinct illnesses, they are connected. Together, they occur frequently. It’s critical to keep in mind that, like diabetes and kidney disease, depression is a medical illness that can be managed. Both diabetes and depression can worsen one another. Both of them may hasten the development of renal […]
There is a need for hormone tests among adults as over 1.4% of unselected adults have adrenal tumors, says a Chinese study
About 1.4% of the general adult population has an adrenal tumor, of which about two thirds are nonfunctioning adenomas regardless of age, a new study suggests. The detection rate of adrenal incidentaloma, or an incidentally found nodule not causing clinical symptoms, has increased as screening techniques have improved and become more common. However, most published […]
Statins won’t help healthy adults with elevated cholesterol, according to studies.
The study was published in the journal Current Opinion in Endocrinology, Diabetes and Obesity. According to American Heart Association estimates from 2020, almost 40 million Americans regularly take statins to lower their cholesterol levels and lessen their risk of heart disease and stroke. However, according to recent research by David Diamond, a neuroscientist and expert […]