At times we take some certain symptoms the body shows rather casually, especially in our parent’s case. This lack of vigilance could lead to adverse impact on our parents heart health as they are susceptible to various heart diseases due to age or comorbidities. An effective way to track and monitor their heart health is to track the behavior, notice the body language, for example heavy breathing and identify various signs that their body is exhibiting, such as high blood pressure. On recognizing anything out of the ordinary, don’t waste time and get a heart check up done before it’s
When you first heard about the coronavirus, chances are you were told the symptoms would last 2 to 14 days, if you felt them at all. But now that the COVID-19 has been on these shores for a while, doctors are finding that certain symptoms can last for weeks and sometimes months—even after the patient tests negative for COVID-19. Here’s a list of those problems that are currently being reported. Read on, and to ensure your health and the health of others, don’t miss these 35 Places You’re Most Likely to Catch COVID.
Chest Pain and Discomfort
Gut health has been such an important topic, especially in recent years. And while much research still needs to be done on the subject, generally, we know it’s important to have a healthy gut. But when you get down to the nitty-gritty of the topic, like “good” and “bad” bacteria, prebiotics, and probiotics, it can be downright confusing, especially when you’re not a gastroenterologist, scientist, or dietitian.
If you’re still a bit fuzzy on gut health, we’re here to help. We talked to experts to get some more insight into the subject, how you can improve your gut