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Cardiac Care in Men

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Cardiac Care in MenThe heart, the mainstay of all of your bodies systems.  This muscular organ works hard to pump your blood through your blood vessels providing the basis for your entire body.

Cardiac care is essential in restoring its operating system at the first sign of any disturbances.

The heart beats, on average, at approximately 72 beats in a minute.  It will most likely, if living past the age of 65, beats more than 2 billion times in your life.

Taking care of your heart is the most important thing that you can do for your body as all of your other systems relies on this very special organ in the human body.

The symptoms of heart disease should be acted on immediately and never ignored.  It is important to be able to recognize them and seek care for them as soon as possible and without delay.

Explained below are some different types of cardiac situations that can take place with a brief description of their symptoms:

Myocardial infarction (heart attack):  Nausea, vomiting, anxiety, shortness of breath, sweating, weakness, indigestion, pressure in the chest or arm, radiating pain in the throat, jaw, or arm to the back area, irregular and/or rapid heart rate.  Sometimes there can be no symptoms whatsoever with a heart attack.  Typically, this occurs more often in people with diabetes.

Coronary artery disease:  Pressure in the chest, irregular or rapid heart rate, nausea, sweating, dizziness.

Atrial fibrillation:  Weakness, pressure in the chest, fatigue, palpitations, shortness of breath.

Heart valve disease:  Pressure in the chest area, dizziness, palpitations, shortness of breath, sudden, increased weight gain, abdominal, ankle or foot edema.

ArrhythmiasDizziness, shortness of breath, pressure in the chest, fainting, fatigue, palpitations or a thumping in the chest.

Cardiac care in men can involve a variety of things, such as immediate care with CPR and defibrillators or other means of treatment, such as surgical procedures, medications, and lifestyle changes.

Cardiac care in men differs from a woman’s care, as they are more likely to have invasive procedures due to a decreased risk in complications.  They are less likely to have diabetes, and they have larger blood vessels.  As well, men tend to seek care and counseling more readily than a woman does.

Men can help themselves in regards to their cardiac care by seeing their physician regularly, good nutrition, and exercise.  Reducing stress levels and not smoking is also recommended.  By practicing the above health measures, a person, particularly a man, can reduce his risk of heart disease.  These and other lifestyle changes will ensure a long, healthy, life.

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