Hypertension Archive

HYPERTENSION: BEWARE THE SILENT KILLER ON THE PROWL

Dr. Prabhakara Shetty Heggunje, Consultant – Cardiology, Columbia Asia Referral Hospital Yeshwanthpur   One of the deadliest disorder that is wrecking mayhem in today’s society is hypertension. Hypertension or commonly known as high blood pressure is  a medical condition which occurs when the arterial blood pressure rises above the normal level (120/80 mmHg) on repeated

Jaypee Hospital creates awareness on hypertension, one of the leading causes of premature deaths in India

Worldwide, every third person is suffering from hypertension Hypertension causes approximately 94 lakhs deaths each year The disease is directly responsible for 29% of all stroke, 24% of heart attacks and 13% of the kidney in India 17th May, 2018, Noida: No wonder India often is termed as the hypertension capital of the world. Thanks

Hypertension is the leading cause of death in India, say doctors at Columbia Asia

  Most hypertensive people not undergoing treatment Diet and exercise help to maintain blood pressure levels Hypertension and Fatty Liver – Double whammy for people these days   Gurgaon 16th May 2017: India has earned the title of being the Cardiac disease capital in the world. About 25% urban and 15% rural Indians are hypertensive. Of these,

Audiology and the Sound of Silence – Chawm Ganguly

Excessive noise has already pushed us to the edge of an acoustically challenged future, waiting as we are for the final sonic boom that will push us into the endless chasm of blaring silence. It is now indisputably established that noise pollution affects both health and behavior. Unwanted sound (noise) damages the peace of mind

Regular health check-ups can keep hypertension at bay, say doctors at Columbia Asia Hospitals, Patiala

Hypertension radically multiplies risk of several diseases including cardiovascular disease, and increases risk of diabetes related complications It is a silent killer and do not exhibit specific or alarming symptoms Patiala, 31st May 2016: Hypertension is one of the most common chronic diseases. At the same time, it also the commonly ignored issue. As per

Hypertension leads from heart attack to vision loss- it is important to educate people about the risk

according to World Health Organization’s statistics, one in three adults across the globe has hypertension. The prevalence of high blood pressure is rampant in Indian adults as well in both urban and rural areas. Ludhiana; May 17, 2015: Unlike popular belief that high blood pressure will come with signals such as headache or dizziness, in

World Kidney Day: Hypertension & Diabetes Most Common Causes of Kidney Failure

With rising incidence of lifestyle diseases such as hypertension and type 2 diabetes in India, chronic kidney disease is also on the rise   On World Kidney Day, doctors at Paras Hospitals, Gurgaon deliver a health talk delineating measures to lead a kidney-friendly life Address the staff and the patients to dress in ORANGE to