Unveiling the domino effect of Diabetes impact on vital organs and systems

Diabetes can cause excessive blood sugar levels, which can cause a number of health problems that can harm the body and its organs. Diabetes, a condition characterized by elevated blood sugar levels, can set off a chain reaction of health implications that extend beyond sugar regulation. Its effects are felt throughout the body’s intricate network […]

The link between rheumatoid arthritis and increased cardiovascular risk

RA commonly affects the smaller joints in the hands and feet but can also involve larger joints and organs in severe cases. Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is a chronic autoimmune disease that primarily affects the joints, causing pain, swelling, and stiffness. However, recent research has revealed a concerning association between RA and an increased risk of […]

Heat exposure over an extended period of time can be fatal

The higher limit of the human body’s thermoneutral zone was the subject of an experiment. According to recent research from the University of Roehampton in England, when outside temperatures exceed 40 degrees Celsius (104 degrees Fahrenheit), the human body may stop operating properly and lose the ability to expel excessive heat. The latest study was […]

Diabetes affects around 100 million people in India, says ICMR

Over 315 million people have high blood pressure, while at least 136 million individuals (15.3% of the population) have prediabetes. According to an ICMR report, India now has over 101 million people who have diabetes, up from 70 million in 2019. Over 315 million people have high blood pressure, while at least 136 million individuals […]

For cardiovascular problems, walking is preferable to running

Instead of jogging, most cardiologists recommend walking or brisk walking to lower the risk of cardiovascular disease. Two of the most common forms of cardiovascular exercise are walking and running. You breathe more heavily and your heart beats more quickly when you do cardiovascular exercises, or cardio. The chance of any stroke or heart disease […]

Metabolic Syndrome & a hope for potential recovery

These problems can also exist in children who have metabolic syndrome. Metabolic Syndrome, MS, is an assortment of conditions which will result in diabetes, stroke or cardiovascular illnesses. Thanks to a sedentary lifestyle and increasing hi-tech evolution, our life style is revolutionized as well, reducing the need for physical movement. The byproduct of such a […]

Why is hydration vital for Heart Health?

Water is an essential element of life. Our bodies are composed of 60% water, and every system in our body requires it to function correctly. It is vital to drink enough water every day to maintain good health. Studies have shown that staying hydrated can reduce the workload of your heart and improve your overall […]

What is ankle-brachial index test?

The ankle-brachial index (ABI) is a non-invasive test used to assess the blood flow in the lower limbs, particularly in the arteries of the legs. The test involves measuring the blood pressure in the arms and ankles using a blood pressure cuff and a Doppler ultrasound device. The test is performed by comparing the blood […]

Extremely low salt guidelines are bad for HBP, according to Ayurveda

Ayurveda explain why low salt diets cause more harm than good for those with high blood pressure. Ayurveda bases meal recommendations on a person’s bodily type (or dosha). Although one body type may respond better to a particular taste or cuisine, completely cutting out the meal is never advised. Limiting the troublesome food is always […]

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