24-04-2011 by Drali @mesrahealth
A research done in the US found that men who lacking of vitamin D will suffer heart attack.
The vitamin is produce by the body when skin is exposed the sunlight.
Before, earlier research found that vitamin D deficiency is one of the factors of intestinal cancer, breast cancer and diabetes.
Apart from that, the deficiency also spurs hypertension, nerve disease, depression, hallucination and several other auto immune diseases.
12-04-2011 by Drali @mesrahealth
Rope skipping gives an excellent cardiovascular exercise because it keeps the heart rate high. Players also get better bone health owing to the weight bearing features of the exercise. Bone health in particular is important for teenage girls, as they are developing bone density.
In fancier movements that involve pushups or handstands, players can build up strength in the lower body, core and upper body. It is excellent for encouraging balance, coordination, and agility.
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26-03-2011 by Drali @mesrahealth
The most often symptom of heart attack is intense pain at the center or left side of the chest which lasted for more than 20 minutes. However, diabetes patient usually does not experience the same classical symptom.
Sometimes heart attack happens without being notice. This is called as silent heart attack because diabetes can cause disturbance or damage to the nerve.
21-03-2011 by Drali @mesrahealth
Stroke is one of the common health problems in the world. Although stroke is commonly related to older age, the reality is more and more people in their early 30s were attacked by stroke. Besides causing impairment, stroke also can cause death.
But if you prepare from now, you can cut a big portion of the risk factors.
23-02-2011 by Drali @mesrahealth
After a check at a clinic, I found that my blood cholesterol level was found in high level. Now I choose healthy food. Apart from that what are the advice for those who experience high cholesterol level in their blood?