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12 Tips On How to Prevent Blood Clots That Can Save Your Life

If you have the habit of sitting in front of the T.V or computer for hours, the risk of the formation of blood clots can be life-threatening. It is the same for those who sit at a desk job working for hours without moving around. This can lead to several problems like varicose veins, feet and leg swelling and blood clots. You can face extreme complications if these clots travel are formed in your hearts and lungs.


If we follow a proper diet and eat the right stuff and perform some daily activities as well as wear clothes which will keep us comfortable, the chances of blood clot ruining our health decreases significantly. This article will provide you 12 tips which will prevent the formation of severe blood clots which can be crucial to our health.

Wear loose-fitting clothing
You should avoid clothes which are tight fitting as it will prevent a healthy circulation of blood in the body. Blood clots can also be formed in your legs, so if you wear skinny jeans it can prevent circulation in…

Heart Disease And Back Pain Symptoms

Being able to recognize the signs and symptoms of heart disease, heart attack and stroke can save your life. While chest pain is automatically associated with heart disease, there are other signs and symptoms that are less common, but no less serious. Sometimes one warning sign of heart disease can be back pain.

Heart Disease And Back Pain Symptoms

Typical Heart Disease Symptoms
Chest pain or tightness is the most common symptom for a heart attack in both women and men. However, woman are more likely then men to have back pain in addition to, or in place of chest pain.


Considerations
Studies published in the British Medical Journal have found an association between back pain and heart disease. Back pain may be the result of atherosclerosis in arteries in the lower back. See the link below.

Other Heart Conditions
Pain in the middle of the back could be from an aortic aneurysm. In this situation the aneurysm occurs in the part of the aorta that passes through the chest.

Other Causes of Back Pain
You may experience pain in the back if you have inflammation or infection in the wall or lining of the heart muscle. This includes conditions such as pericarditis or endocarditis.

Pain Receptors
Whenever there is any kind of injury to the body, your body relays this to your brain through the use of pain receptors that are located as closely to the area as possible. When your heart muscle is injured pain receptors in the back may be activated to respond.