The causes of high blood pressure can be very diverse. High blood pressure can be related to life circumstances and lifestyle, advanced age or even pre-existing conditions. In order to get to the bottom of high blood pressure, cardiological diagnostics and a detailed medical history discussion with a holistic cardiologist, among other things, are helpful.
High blood pressure, also known as arterial hypertension, is one of the major risk factors that can promote, among other things, a heart attack or stroke if it is not detected in time. In Germany alone, about 30 million people are affected.
How do I recognise a Heart Attack? A heart attack is an acute life-threatening situation. It is therefore even more important to correctly assess warning signals that indicate a heart attack and to act accordingly. Very clear symptoms of a heart attack When a heart attack occurs, the heart muscle is no longer supplied […]
A normal pulse rate for a healthy person at rest is between 60 and 100 beats per min. As we can observe in ourselves, the pulse rate goes far beyond 100 beats per
Heart health is particularly important to everyone, it is of central importance. When an intervention is imminent due to a possible heart disease, not only the body but also the psyche is alarmed.
We speak of a cardiac arrhythmia when the heart is out of rhythm too often, i.e. it beats too fast, too slowly or irregularly.
Undetected or untreated high blood pressure can be very risky and in the worst case can also cause a heart attack, stroke or even acute kidney failure. High blood pressure can be detected through early cardiological screening or check-ups. A healthy lifestyle is always recommended to prevent high blood pressure.
Sleep apnoea is a sleep disorder that affects millions of people worldwide and can have serious long-term health consequences. Among other things, it can trigger high blood pressure or cardiac arrhythmias. Therefore, this blog will explain how sleep apnoea manifests itself, where it comes from, how it can be diagnosed and treated.