ProArgi-9 Plus – Testimonials from nine users – Heart, erectile dysfunction, Blood Pressure

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Is heart disease all in the head?

Ever wonder if cardiovascular disease is actually regulated in the brain rather than the heart? Find out how University of Auckland researcher, Associate Professor Simon Malpas, is investigating the brain's role in the development of cardiovascular disease. By examining how and why a specific nerve signal is increased in suffers of heart failure and high blood pressure, he hopes to one day see better clinical treatments for cardiovascular disease sufferers around the world.

Beat heart disease part 1

You've been lied to about the definition of the word Health and how to beat heart diseases such as cure for heart attacks, high blood pressure, heart failure, arrhythmia, congestive heart failure, pericardial disorders, heart valve disease, and congenital heart disease. Watch and learn as this video describes the true definition of the word health that 99% of Americans don't know. Understand what it takes to be the 1% that lives the life of your dreams on the Cruise Ship! Beat heart disease

Picture of Health – Heart Disease Risk Factors Women- WITF

The heart is the symbol of strength, love and courage — the essence of a woman. In the informational series Picture of Health, get a glimpse at the ways a woman's most vital organ can come under attack — because of Heart Disease, Heart Failure, Heart Attack, High Blood Pressure, Diabetes and Obesity. The 12-part series gives our female viewers (and the men who love them) information on living longer, healthier and stronger.

Knowing The Signs Of Having A Stroke / Educational Documentary Video

Know Stroke. National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Strokes (NINDS). National Institutes of Health. Producer: Department of Health and Human Services. Creative Commons license: CC0 1.0 Universal

A stroke (sometimes called a cerebrovascular accident (CVA)) is the rapidly developing loss of brain function(s) due to disturbance in the blood supply to the brain. This can be due to ischemia (lack of blood flow) caused by blockage (thrombosis or arterial embolism) or due to a hemorrhage (leakage of blood). As a result, the affected area of the brain is unable to function, leading to inability to move one or more limbs on one side of the body, inability to understand or formulate speech, or inability to see one side of the visual field. A stroke is a medical emergency and can cause permanent neurological damage, complications, and death. It is the leading cause of adult disability in the United States and Europe and it is the number two cause of death worldwide. Risk factors for stroke include advanced age, hypertension (high blood pressure), previous stroke or transient ischemic attack (TIA), diabetes, high cholesterol, cigarette smoking and atrial fibrillation.[4] High blood pressure is the most important modifiable risk factor of stroke. A stroke is occasionally treated with thrombolysis ("clot buster"), in a "stroke unit". Secondary prevention may involve antiplatelet drugs (aspirin and often dipyridamole), blood pressure control, statins, and in selected patients with carotid endarterectomy and anticoagulation. Treatment to recover lost function is stroke rehabilitation, involving health professions such as speech and language therapy, physical therapy and occupational therapy.