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Как сердечникам пережить жару: главные правила
Как сердечникам пережить жару: главные правила
Фото: из открытых источников Для людей с сердечнососудистыми болезнями лето - это нелегкое время. В жару работа сердца усиливается, количество сердечных сокращений увеличивается, кровяное давление повышается. Также увеличивается риск обезвоживания организма, активизируется процесс свертываемости крови, передает "Здоров-инфо". Жара может стать провокатором гипертонического криза, инфаркта, инсульта, аритмии и т.д. Правила для "сердечников": как себя вести в жару Люди с заболеваниями сердца и сосудов регулярно наблюдаются у своего лечащего врача и знают, какие лекарства необходимо принимать для поддержания здоровья. Летом особенно важно не пропускать прием лекарств, регулярно следить за показателями кровяного давления. Кстати, иметь дома тонометр полезно каждому, а не только сердечникам: ведь давление может не только повышаться, но и понижаться, вызывая плохое самочувствие. В целом же, как сердечникам, так и здоровым людям в жаркое время года следует беречь здоровье и прислушаться к следующим рекомендациям врачей: не выходите на улицу в самую жару, с 10-00 до 15-00. Если это неизбежно, то держитесь в тени, носите головной убор и всегда имейте с собой питьевую воду и медикаменты; носите одежду из натуральных тканей, просторную и не стесняющую движений, обувь также должна быть открытой и удобной; не перегружайтесь физически, не носите тяжести (поднимайте вес не более 3 кг) принимайте два-три раза в день теплый душ (25-30 градусов). Что делать, если стало плохо в жару Если вы вышли на улицу и почувствовали головокружение, боль за грудиной, одышку, немедленно остановитесь и присядьте в тени или прохладном месте. Примите "свое" лекарство, отдышитесь, выпейте воды и попросите помощи у прохожих. Если через 10-15 минут стало лучше, то не рискуйте продолжать свой путь, вернитесь домой, измеряйте давление. Если лучше не становится, не ждите – вызывайте "скорую". Медики обращаются ко всем гражданам с просьбой быть внимательнее к окружающим: если вы увидели, что кому-то на улице стало плохо, не проходите мимо, помогите оказать первую помощь и вызвать врачей. Помните, что большинство заболеваний сердца и сосудов связаны с неправильным образом жизни. Нерациональное питания и вредная пища, алкоголь и курение, низкая физическая активность способствуют развитию сердечнососудистых болезней. Повышенное содержание вредного холестерина в крови провоцирует гипертонию, диабет, ожирение. Важно менять свой образ жизни на более здоровый. Особенно негативно на работе сердца и сосудов сказывается курение: никотин увеличивает риск формирования тромбов в сосудах и способствует развитию заболеваний сердца. летом.
    2017-06-19 08:11:35


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£6m pledge for children of alcoholics
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    2018-04-23 10:40:30


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Medic suspended over Tipton mothers sepsis death
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Bedford Hospital nurse struck off for squeezing patients breasts
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    2018-04-20 16:40:47


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Alfie Evans: Father begs Pope Francis to save our son
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Russells Hall Hospital: Patient treated after inspectors intervene
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    2018-04-18 14:11:15


Scotlands highest paid doctors mainly men
Scotlands highest paid doctors mainly men
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    2018-04-18 03:42:21


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