The Heart Of The Matter

Liposarcoma normally appears as a slowly enlarging, painless, nonulcerated submucosal mass in a middle-aged person. Symptoms include palpation, weakness, limitation of motion weight loss, fatigue, and lassitude.

By synchronising your tapping with your heart beat, your major vessels become entrained to the excess energy in your heart meridian to absorb and redistribute the excess energy; it's like an exchange from potential to kinetic energy on a musical instrument: Pluck one string while tuning the other to the same note until they resonate. The same concept applies to the energy vessels in the body, but with many ways to resonate.

By modulating the body’s inflammation response, the mussel oil has been shown to inhibit the eruptions of plaque that lead to heart attacks—and that’s good news for health conscious Americans.

Denial is one of the major signs of a heart attack and is such a significant problem that a recent Canadian study of 487 heart attack patients found that more than one-third of them got to the hospital by themselves including driving their own car and taking the bus.

3. Stress management: Simple techniques such as yoga, breathing exercise or relaxation response training can serve to lower our blood pressure and pulse and protect us from vascular insults such as heart attacks and strokes.

For years mounting research has connected gum disease to cardiovascular diseases including heart attack and stroke. Periodontal disease (gum disease) is the bacterial infection of the gums around teeth. Periodontal disease can exist as a chronic and/or acute disease and is the most likely the most common disease in mankind.

Most of the times high blood pressure do not have symptoms. Some common symptoms of high blood pressure are confusion, ear nose or buzzing, fatigue, headache, irregular heartbeat, nosebleed and vision changes. If you have any sign of above mentioned symptoms or have a severe headache you should consult your doctor immediately.

Hydrogenated oils or trans fats as they are usually called, are produced artificially by inserting molecules of hydrogen in vegetable oils, a process called hydrogenation. Through this process, the oil, which is liquid at room temperature, changes its original form and becomes solid. In other words, it becomes saturated fat. In addition, the unnatural shapes of trans fats cause our cells to become malformed and to malfunction. And that includes the cells of the heart and the arteries.