SCI 162 Week Eight DQ 3 - losing weight and fighting...

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Hypertension is when someone has high blood pressure regularly. This disease is known as the silent killer because there are not really any symptoms to warn people that they have it and that is what makes it so dangerous. The symptoms that can occur are; chest pain, confusion, buzzing sounds you hear that don’t go away, nosebleeds, and tiredness as well as changes in your vision or an irregular heartbeat. You don’t know you have it then one day your heart fails. Ways to prevent hypertension include
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Unformatted text preview: losing weight and fighting obesity, changing your diet to be healthier by cutting bad fats and cholesterol and excess sodium, exercising more and regularly and most importantly trying to manage your stress levels to make sure you are not placing strain on yourself or your heart. Yoga classes or some other form of relaxation and de-stressing therapy could one day save your life....
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This note was uploaded on 02/16/2012 for the course SCI 162 SCI 162 taught by Professor Leister during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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