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  • Sleeping pills are linked to blood pressure issues: See how
    HealthSleeping pills are linked to blood pressure issues: See how

    It is true that there are certain medications which lead to the rise of high blood pressure issues. Health experts say that people who sleep five hours or less a night may be at higher risk of developing high blood pressure. Therefore, they are prescribed to take sleeping pills on regular basis. But do you know, consumption of sleeping pills is also linked to blood pressure problems?

    5 months ago
  • BP, diabetes in pregnancy may up hot flashes later
    HealthBP, diabetes in pregnancy may up hot flashes later

    Women with high blood pressure and gestational diabetes during pregnancy are likely to experience more hot flashes during their menopause, a new study reports.

    11 months ago
  • This iPhone app claims to accurately monitor Blood Pressure
    Tech NewsThis iPhone app claims to accurately monitor Blood Pressure

    Researchers have developed a novel blood pressure (BP) application that can give accurate readings using an iPhone, without requiring any special equipment.

    12 months ago
  • Soaked fenugreek controls sugar, purifies blood, know more benefits
    HealthSoaked fenugreek controls sugar, purifies blood, know more benefits

    Fenugreek, a commonly found kitchen ingredient offers so many amazing health benefits. This natural seeds has been a part of ancient time medicine and Ayurveda. Also known as methi seeds, it is widely used in cooking food. Besides, soaking fenugreek seeds in the night, chewing and drinking left over water empty stomach in the morning cures lots of health problems. Let’s take a look at the advantages of soaked fenugreek to include them in our daily routine.

    1 year ago
  • E-cigarettes is as harmful as cigarettes, cause heart problems
    HealthE-cigarettes is as harmful as cigarettes, cause heart problems

    Turns out that smoking E-cigarette can increase your risk of cardiovascular disease as much as cigarettes do. A new study reveals that the using E-cigarettes which contain nicotine have side-effects on our vascular functions.

    1 year ago
  • One in every eight Indians suffers from High Blood Pressure: Study
    HealthOne in every eight Indians suffers from High Blood Pressure: Study

    One in every eight Indian above 30 years of age are diagnosed with High Blood Pressure, says a government study.

    1 year ago
  • Frequent sauna reduces stroke risk, new study reveals
    Lifestyle NewsFrequent sauna reduces stroke risk, new study reveals

    The long believed sauna bath for shedding extra body weight also helps in reducing the chance of stroke. Yes, a new study reveals that frequent sauna bathing is associated with a reduced risk of stroke. Study says, people taking a sauna 4-7 times a week are 61% less likely to suffer a stroke than those taking a sauna once a week.

    1 year ago
  • Drink kefir, keep your Blood Pressure under control
    HealthDrink kefir, keep your Blood Pressure under control

    Drinking kefir - a fermented probiotic milk known to help maintain the balance of good bacteria in the digestive system - can have a positive effect on blood pressure by promoting communication between the gut and brain, a study conducted on rats has found.

    1 year ago
  • Alcohol consumption increases a risk of dementia
    HealthAlcohol consumption increases a risk of dementia

    According to a research by the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, alcohol consumption was found to be one of the prime factors for the onset of all types of dementia, especially early-onset dementia.

    1 year ago
  • Grilled meat can make your BP levels soar: Study
    FoodGrilled meat can make your BP levels soar: Study

    Unable to resist eating at least two servings of grilled, broiled, or roasted fish, chicken or beef a week? Beware! High-temperature cooking releases chemicals that may raise your blood pressure levels, a precursor for many cardiovascular diseases, finds a Harvard study.

    1 year ago