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  • How great is fish oil?
  • Fish Oil is rich in fatty acids like omega-3 which prevents the inflammatory attributes of omega-6 which can beviewed in other unsaturated oils like vegetable oils. Otherresources of omega-3 fatty acids are salmon, tuna, trout,krills, cauliflower, cloves, corn oil, cabbage, flax, walnuts, pumpkin seeds and mustard will also be a very good for your heart.
  • Cardiovascular diseases or CVD are the top killers in the world, both for men and women, and in any race. It can strike any age groups, especially those who are highlyrisked. Risk factors include obesity, lack of exercise, long-term stress, sedentary lifestyle, alcohol abuse, long-term cigarette smokers, family history of CVD, congenital problems and high cholesterol diet.
  • People with CVD need to have thorough monitoring with their heart. It has to be normalized in all aspect. An excessive amount of inactivity and a lot of activity will trigger any symptoms like angina pectoris (chest pains),chest congestions, palpitations and irregular heart beat. Anxiety, depression, strenuous workout and major workloads could trigger a heart attack.
  • The primary management for CVD would be altering or modifying cardiovascular disease risks and precipitating factors. Examples are having regular and light exercise,avoid sedentary lifestyle, avoid fatty foods, have enough rest and sleep, avoiding alcohol and cigarette smoking,avoiding stress and promoting a general healthy lifestyle.
  • Other treatments include both the medical and surgical management. Medical management is focused onmedicines, thorough physical examinations, regulation ofblood pressure and other ways to relieve the symptoms.Surgical management includes coronary angioplasty and stents, EDTA chelation and bypass surgery. These are invasive procedures that could bring a lot of risks but if done successfully, could be very effective.
  • Treatment for CVD is very long term. A healthy life styletogether with the remedies will encourage quicker healingcourse of action also as avoid reoccurrence of the disease. Becoming attentive to therapies and having common check-up together with your medical doctor can also be required.
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