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MY BLOOD PRESSURE IS 145/90. I am 71. i AM OTHERWISE HEALTHY. SHOULD I WORRY ABOUT THIS


Rena: Normal blood pressure is a reading below 120/80. Your bottom number is a little too high. Here is where to start: decrease salt in your diet. Try to decrease stress (like taking a stress management class). Increase your daily exercise. Herbs that may help lower blood pressure include basil, cinnamin, flaxseed, garlic, ginger, hawthorn, celery seed, French lavendar, and cat's claw (but NOT the real cat!) :) Take your blood pressure at different times of the day and keep a record. Uncontrolld high blood pressure can lead to stroke by damaging and weakening your brain's blood vessels, causing them to narrow, rupture or leak. High blood pressure can also cause blood clots to form in the arteries leading to your brain, blocking blood flow and potentially causing a stroke. I used to work in a dialysis clinic and there were always plenty of men that did not control their blood pressure for many years and eventually wore out their kidneys. If you consistently stay above the recommended numbers, go see your doctor.

Feb 05, 2017 | Health & Beauty

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How many mg in a tsp


Teaspoon is a unit of volume, milligram is a unit of mass (or weight).

One teaspoon of water weighs about 5000 milligrams, while one teaspoon of gold weighs about 96,000 milligrams.

Jul 22, 2014 | Physiologics Organic High Lignan Flaxseed...

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What are good natural stool softners


Fiber Fiber, particularly insoluble fiber, helps keep your bowels moving and creates soft easy-to-pass stools. You need to get 14 grams of fiber in your diet for every 1,000 calories you consume, according to the Colorado State University Extension. For example, an average 2,000-calorie diet requires 28 grams of dietary fiber. Insoluble fiber stays intact in your gut and sweeps out waste. This type of fiber speeds digestion and makes your stools bulky and soft. Soluble fiber slows down digestion and helps nutrients absorb through intestinal walls, but it does not work to soften your stool.
Vegetables Vegetables are a rich source of insoluble fiber to help ease your bowel movements. Celery, corn, salad greens, spinach, peas and green beans are rich in insoluble fiber. These fibrous, chewy vegetables often pass through your digestive tract virtually untouched. You may notice pieces of these vegetables in your stool, since your body is unable to break down the tough insoluble fiber.
Fruits Most fruits are higher in soluble fiber, but eating the tough outer skins of fruits sneaks some insoluble fiber into your diet. Pears, apples, cherries, peaches and plums each have edible skin that adds to your insoluble fiber intake. As an added benefit, the soft inner parts of these fruits provide plenty of soluble fiber to help with nutrient absorption.
Flaxseed Flaxseeds are full of insoluble fiber to help you pass soft bulky stools. You can purchase whole flaxseeds or ground flaxseeds. If you purchase them in their whole state, it is best to grind them in a blender or food processor. Otherwise you will have to work hard to break up the seeds when you chew. Sprinkle ground flaxseeds on your breakfast cereal, cottage cheese or oatmeal as a quick way to sneak more insoluble fiber into your diet.

Jun 21, 2014 | Computers & Internet

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What are good natural stool softners?


Fiber
Fiber, particularly insoluble fiber, helps keep your bowels moving and creates soft easy-to-pass stools. You need to get 14 grams of fiber in your diet for every 1,000 calories you consume, according to the Colorado State University Extension. For example, an average 2,000-calorie diet requires 28 grams of dietary fiber. Insoluble fiber stays intact in your gut and sweeps out waste. This type of fiber speeds digestion and makes your stools bulky and soft. Soluble fiber slows down digestion and helps nutrients absorb through intestinal walls, but it does not work to soften your stool.
Vegetables
Vegetables are a rich source of insoluble fiber to help ease your bowel movements. Celery, corn, salad greens, spinach, peas and green beans are rich in insoluble fiber. These fibrous, chewy vegetables often pass through your digestive tract virtually untouched. You may notice pieces of these vegetables in your stool, since your body is unable to break down the tough insoluble fiber.
Fruits
Most fruits are higher in soluble fiber, but eating the tough outer skins of fruits sneaks some insoluble fiber into your diet. Pears, apples, cherries, peaches and plums each have edible skin that adds to your insoluble fiber intake. As an added benefit, the soft inner parts of these fruits provide plenty of soluble fiber to help with nutrient absorption.
Flaxseed
Flaxseeds are full of insoluble fiber to help you pass soft bulky stools. You can purchase whole flaxseeds or ground flaxseeds. If you purchase them in their whole state, it is best to grind them in a blender or food processor. Otherwise you will have to work hard to break up the seeds when you chew. Sprinkle ground flaxseeds on your breakfast cereal, cottage cheese or oatmeal as a quick way to sneak more insoluble fiber into your diet.

Jun 21, 2014 | Computers & Internet

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Cluster headaches


Cluster headache (CH) is a neurological disorder characterized by recurrent, severe headaches on one side of the head, typically around the eye.[1] There are often accompanying autonomic symptoms during the headache such as eye watering, nasal congestion and swelling of and around the eye, all confined to the side of the head with the pain.[1]
Cluster headache belongs to a group of primary headache disorders, classified as trigeminal autonomic cephalalgias or (TACs). The condition is named for the demonstrated grouping of headache attacks occurring together (cluster).[1] Individuals typically experience repeated attacks of excruciatingly severe unilateral headache pain.[2] CH attacks often occur periodically; spontaneous remissions may interrupt active periods of pain, though about 10-15% of chronic CH never remit.[2] The cause has not been identified.
While there is no cure, cluster headaches can sometimes be prevented and acute attacks treated. Recommended treatments for acute attack includes oxygen or a fast acting triptan.[3] Primary recommended prevention is verapamil. Steroids may be used to prevent a recurrence until verapamil takes effect. The condition affects approximately 0.2% of the general population,[4] and men are more commonly affected than women, by a ratio of about 2.5:1 to 3.5:1.[1]


May 29, 2014 | Measuring Tools & Sensors

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Dangers of flaxseed oil


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Nov 16, 2013 | Health & Beauty

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Can drinking coffee help get rid of a headache?


Caffeine can be both harmful and beneficial for someone suffering from a headache.

Caffeine happens to be a common ingredient found in many headache medications such as Excedrin and Midol. Therefore, many people choose to drink a cup of coffee in hopes that it will speed along the recovery process.

On the downside, caffeine may be the cause of your headaches through either withdrawal or excess consumption.

Feb 07, 2013 | Wine & Spirits

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What causes sinus headaches?


Sinus headaches can be indicative of a sinus infection. colds, infections or problems with the nasal cavity can lead to an infection and a build up of pressure around the sinus area. This causes bad sinus headaches.

Jan 15, 2013 | Health & Beauty

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We have had cooker 10 months was repaired after 2 months with new thermo coupling oven kept going out this has happened again in hour n half of cooking chicken went out 3 times dont no whether it is part...


This probably needs more information to solve. What kind of cooker? Do you have electrical problem/ or gas problems?

The headaches for everyone in the house is an issue you need to look into. If your stove is gas and you suspect a gas leak (something that is very dangerous and can cause headaches) you can start by asking your gas company for an inspection. This is usually a free service because they don't want people blown up in their homes. Headaches can also be caused by carbon monoxide. If you have an attached garage and let your car warm up inside, this can be the cause. A nearby garage can also cause that. You can check carbon monoxide levels in your home with a six dollar tester you can buy at any discount store. Finally, molds can cause the whole family headaches. Look for discolored spots anywhere water can gather -- under eaves, beneath sinks, and near your water heater. If the headaches continue, seek help from an expert.

May 05, 2008 | Kitchen Ranges

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