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Archive for January, 2016

How Music Affects the Heart


Date: January 31st, 2016

Doctor Bunch recently wrote a review article that was published in the European Heart Journal that describes the ways that music can help in both the prevention of, and the treatment of, heart conditions.

Stimulation and Relaxation of the Heart

Two nervous systems control the stimulation and the relaxation of the heart muscle.

  • The sympathetic nervous system is adrenalin mediated. This nervous system is responsible for increasing our heart rate and for the squeezing the heart does.
  • The parasympathetic nervous system is what is responsible for slowing the rhythm of the heart down so that it can rest, or relax.

BLS Certification Is Important for Business Organizations


Date: January 30th, 2016

To grow a business, it is right potential need massive diligent work and duty to meet due dates before time. Taking care of weights, gatherings, meetings, measurements, overall revenues, expense issues, market investigation, and so on, encompasses the specialists unfailingly. Every single such issue causes different wellbeing issues, and one of the wellbeing issues is the heart failure. Businessmen and office workers are the most conspicuous casualty of the capture because of substantial weight and work weight and having an employee with BLS Certification can help save lives.

The heart failure rate

Compulsory wellness activities and legitimate eating routine do help in keeping the heart failure rate low however, can’t be stayed away from totally. The better route is to decide on the answer to battle issues instead of maintaining a strategic distance from the issue.

Blood Pressure Drugs and Type II Diabetes


Date: January 29th, 2016

A group of Spanish researchers discovered that when people took their blood pressure medications at night rather than in the morning, they were cutting their risk of developing type II diabetes by as much as half.

The link between high blood pressure and type II diabetes

A large portion of the people who have high blood pressure suffer from a condition where their blood pressure does not lower during the night when they are at rest like people with normal blood pressures do. The doctors and researchers refer to this as “non-dipping” blood pressures.

Possible Drug to Treat “Superbugs


Date: January 28th, 2016

What is a “Superbug”?

The term superbug is applied to deadly infections that are antibiotic resistant. When patients seek medical attention for the symptoms of one of these deadly infections, the doctors are at a loss as to how to treat them. Doctor’s end up treating the symptoms, but have difficult times killing out the infection that is creating the complications.

What “Superbug” is Ebselen able to control?

The research study shows that when mice who were infected with C. difficile, a deadly intestinal infection, were given Ebselen that there was major improvement in their conditions.

The Role Sleep Apnea Plays in Depression


Date: January 27th, 2016

New research studies have concluded that people who suffer from a condition of sleep apnea has a greater risk of being depressed. The use of a CPAP to apply positive pressure on their airway can reduce the effects of the depression.

What is Sleep Apnea?

When a person has difficulties breathing when they are sleeping, or when a person has short periods where they stop breathing while they are asleep, doctors say they have sleep apnea.