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Living with heart attack

Living with heart attack

You need to use a few lines to describe this vital organ is the heart.

The heart is a pump that pushes blood through tubes called arteries (pulmonary artery and the aorta), as everyone knows, is located in the center of the chest, between the lungs and the tip of heart conditions normal is offset to the left and that is basically the heart resting on the left diaphragm. The arteries leaving the heart to serve the blood to other organs of our body. The pulmonary artery carries blood to the lungs for oxygen and then goes to the left ventricle, which leaves the aorta and this is coming out of all branches that target the entire body with oxygenated blood and clean so that all organs can function (brain, digestive system, muscles, liver, bones etc.)

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7 ways to protect heart if you have diabetes and prevent heart disease

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At present, heart disease is a common problem. If you suffer from diabetes, heart problems beware! People with diabetes have double the risk of heart disease than those who do not have diabetes, but thankfully there are steps you can take to reduce your chances of developing complications. Diabetes alone is a risk factor for developing heart disease. Over time, high levels of blood sugar are damaging the blood vessels throughout the body, but especially the heart and brain. As a result, they increase the chances will suffer a heart attack or stroke. But if you control diabetes, heart disease risk will be low.

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