8 Foods You Should Eat to Manage Your Hypotension – Australia 360
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8 Foods You Should Eat to Manage Your Hypotension – Australia 360

8 Foods You Should Eat to Manage Your Hypotension Hypotension is a medical condition that consists of lower than normal blood pressure.  It often causes vertigo and dizziness, and sometimes produces fainting, headaches, and weakness. That’s because low blood pressure interferes with the proper distribution of oxygen and nutrients throughout your body, directly affecting cellular […]

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Headaches During Pregnancy: When to Worry | Parents

Headaches and pregnancy are relatively common and patients who’ve never had bad headaches before might find themselves suffering. The most common time that we see patients with headaches is probably the end of the first trimester and the beginning of the second trimester. And that’s typically from hormonal changes that occur at that time. Probably […]

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Foods for Treating Hypotension – Australia 360
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Foods for Treating Hypotension – Australia 360

Foods for Treating Hypotension Low blood pressure is also known as hypotension. People with hypotension may experience dizziness, vertigo, or fainting. If you suffer from this problem, there are some foods that can help treating hypotension. Find out what they are in this article. What is hypotension and what causes it?. Blood pressure is the force exerted […]

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Diarrhea | When to Worry | Parents

It’s normal for babies to have soft poop. It’s normal for them to poop eight times a day, and it’s even normal for poop to shoot out of their diaper and end up on their back. So, how can you tell if they have diarrhea? Even for us doctors it can be tricky. If your […]

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World-first hypertension treatment a success
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World-first hypertension treatment a success

Around 1/3 of the adult population are affected by hypertension so it is a big problem. Within that group around 10% of those patients have what we refer to as resistant hypertension, which means that the blood pressure cannot be controlled despite lifestyle modification and medications. We all have a very tiny little organised sensor, […]

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