One big reason to take care of yourself is because the risk of having the dementia, which is the disease resulting in problems with thinking, speaking, reasoning, memory, vision and movement. One can have dementia by having a stroke, which is caused by blood pressure. Learning the consequences of having high blood pressure, one might be asking on how to prevent the consequences. One is to exercise regularly. Exercising helps you lose the fat which helps prevents the risk of blood pressure.
Investigating Factors that Affect Heart Rate and Blood Pressure Blood pumped through blood vessels is always under pressure. This pressure is highest in the arteries closest to the heart and gradually decreases as the blood travels around the body. Blood keeps moving around the body because there are differences in pressure in the blood vessels. Blood flows from higher-pressure areas to lower-pressure areas until it eventually returns to the heart. Blood pressure is controlled by three things: heart rate, stroke volume and peripheral resistance.
Occurrences of lower bowel irritation may also be accompanied by mild pain, swelling of the stomach and a lot of digestive gas. Other names for IBS are spastic bowel, spastic colon, irritable colon syndrome, and functional bowel disease. A person who has IBS can lead a normal life. One would think that with continual diarrhea that a person with IBS would lose weight, be malnourished, or that they would develop more serious digestive problems. However, these are very rare.
Symptoms of the disease may include but are not limited to, abdominal cramps, bloating, diarrhea and/or constipation, feeling faint along with having a fast and weak pulse. This can also be accompanied by loss of appetite and weight loss. A doctor may feel a lump usually on the right side of the abdomen. Hormonal changes along with smoking and infections may cause symptoms to flare. Less common symptoms may include anal tears or fissures, fistulas, sores in the mouth.
Something as small and mild as leg pain when you have sickle cell may end up being life-threatening or the cause of your death. The sickle red blood cells that are stuck and is the cause of the mild pain in the leg may cause a blood clot. That blood clot would then travel through the body into the lungs and stop the natural blood flow. People with sickle cell disease have a weak immune system and when a sickle cell crisis happens whether the pain is mild or severe they should always seek medical help. Working out, overheating, getting too cold, not drinking enough fluids, change in air pressure, and getting sick are some triggers of a sickle cell
Overtime plaque deposits can narrow the vessels so much and the normal blood flow is restricted. In some cases the coronary artery become so narrow that the heart muscle itself is in danger which is manifested as coronary artery disease (CAD). Consequences of CAD is angina, a chest pain due to deprived oxygen rich blood to the myocardium. Symptoms include pressure, tightness, squeezing, aching, burning, or cramping in ... ... middle of paper ... ...tcomes with bypass surgery are possible by making life style changes such as adhering to general physical activities, exercises especially walking, taking healthy cardiac diet and prescribed medications as per doctor’s advice, monitoring of blood pressure and blood sugar level, cessation of smoking and alcohol habits etc. Psycho emotional disequilibrium may predispose to physical consequences during recovery after CABG surgery.
One of the most common changes is decreased visual acuity (Touhy, Jett, 2012). Decreased visual acuity can lead to taking the wrong medication, which could have detrimental effects to the patient. Elderly patient also experience a decrease in saliva and esophageal motility and impairs their ability to swallow pills (Touhy, 2012). In addition, fat tissue can more that double in elderly adult (Touhy, 2012). A buildup of fat tissue becomes important when administering lipid-soluble drugs because, the drug can be absorbed by the fat and create a toxic effect (Touhy, 2012).
This headache that reoccurs is called drug rebound headache, which means that the headache returns after each dose of the medicine wears off and then this causes the patient to take another dosage. Some people also do not realize that with an excessive intake of caffeine consumption you can actually cause these headaches as well. So people should try and restrict themselves from consuming too much caffeine which can be found in the most common of beverages such as sodas, regular teas, and regular coffee. When this monstrous cycle begins, the only remedy is to stop taking the medication which will cause the headache to worsen. Sadly, this worsening headache can last anywhere from weeks to months, but in the long run a large percentage of patients see an enhancement in the headaches.
Some other complications are: „X Constipation and difficulty urinating „X Muscle aches and cramps „X Swelling of joints „X Injuries to nerves and tendons „X Inability to concentrate „X Digestive problems People afflicted by anorexia have an extreme fear of gaining weight. In addition, to drastic dieting, they may also turn to vomiting and the use of laxatives to lose weight. Without treatment, anorexia can cause serious health problems and even lead to death. Anorexia is very dangerous, and professional help should be sought immediately. Prompt treatments will usually keep the problem from progressing, but some cases are very resistant to treatment and may require hospitalization.
Hypotension cause be a cause of some other conditions such as haemorrhage, malnutrition and stock , Marieb, E.N and Hoehn, K. (2010). The problem with hypotension is that it can lead to reduced tissue perfusion , resulting in hypoxia and accumulation of waste products. Accurate measurement of blood pressure is essential for the early recognition of deterioration in the condition of a patient; this should be accompanied by a suitable response for early intervention, department of health (2000). Even though the recommendations of using manual blood pressure device in situations where the treatment decisions are made on blood pressure readings, however the use of automated machines are becoming more common in ... ... middle of paper ... ... finding the correct sized cuff. If it is difficult to fit a large adult cuff or thigh cuff around the patients arm or if the correct sized cuff is unavailable, the forearm should be used as an alternative.