How does the life of pulmonary hypertension patient recuperate

  How does the life of pulmonary hypertension patient recuperate? For the treatment of pulmonary hypertension, patients must have more rest, pay attention to more rest at ordinary times, reasonably arrange their own lives, develop good living habits and eating habits, and do a good job of disease prevention. Let's have a detailed understanding.   1. Adequate rest: Adequate rest can relieve the fatigue symptoms caused by pulmonary hypertension.   2. Do not travel or live at high altitudes: Altitude alone can aggravate the symptoms of pulmonary hypertension. If you live at high altitudes, you should consider moving to a lower one.   3. Avoid activities that can cause ultra-low blood pressure, such as taking a sauna or taking a hot bath for too long. They can cause excessive drops in blood pressure, which can lead to fainting or even sudden death. Also, you need to avoid prolonged exertion, such as lifting heavy objects for long periods of time.   4. Find a relaxing ac

Drinking milk can reduce the risk of diabetes and hypertension

 The incidence rate of hypertension and diabetes is rising in the United States. A recent international study found that more dairy products, especially whole milk products, were associated with lower blood pressure and lower incidence rate of diabetes.

Nearly 150000 volunteers from 21 countries (including Africa, Asia, Europe, and North and South America) participated in the study. Participants ranged in age from 35 to 70.

In the study, published in the journal BMJ open Diabetes Research & care, researchers used questionnaires to find out the participants' food intake throughout the year. Participants outlined the amount of food they ate in a specific type of food, including milk, yogurt, cheese and dairy products made from milk.

In addition, dairy products are further classified as full fat or low-fat. The researchers also considered the participants' medical history, prescription, blood pressure, waist circumference and glucose and fat levels, as well as educational level, which are important for the diagnosis of type 2 diabetes.


About nine years later, the researchers followed up the participants.

The results showed that the average daily consumption of dairy products was 179 grams, equivalent to drinking a glass of milk or a small cup of yogurt every day. The results also showed that people in Europe, North and South America generally eat more dairy products than people in Asia and Africa. Low fat dairy products are the preferred dairy products in North America and Europe, while people in other regions eat more whole fat dairy products.


Through analysis, the researchers found a 24% association between dairy intake and reduced risk of metabolic syndrome. Furthermore, the authors found a stronger association between the consumption of whole fat dairy products and low-fat dairy products, accompanied by a lower risk of diabetes and hypertension.


"Whole fat dairy products provide us with high quality protein and a variety of essential vitamins and minerals, including calcium, magnesium, potassium, zinc, phosphorus and vitamins A, B-12 and riboflavin," said Mente, author of the article

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