Normal blood pressure in adults is less than 120/80 mmHg. Low blood pressure is a reading below 90/60 mmHg. Most forms of hypotension happen because your body can’t bring blood pressure back to normal or can’t do it fast enough. For some people, low blood pressure is normal. What isRead More →

Drink Plenty Of Water: Water helps in controlling the blood pressure that can drop after you have donated blood. Eat Iron-rich Foods: These will help restore the iron levels in your body. … Eat Food Rich In Vitamin C: These will help absorb iron better in your body. What shouldRead More →

Half-angel, half-human hybrids, Shadowhunters are sometimes referred to as Nephilim. They are trained to fight demons from an early age, but their numbers are dwindling; the only way to create more Shadowhunters is with a magical chalice called the Mortal Cup, one of the titular instruments. Who is the mostRead More →

Once within the lymphatic system, the extracellular fluid, which is now called lymph, drains into larger vessels called the lymphatics. … One of these trunks, the right lymphatic duct, drains the upper right portion of the body, returning lymph to the bloodstream via the right subclavian vein. What is theRead More →

Caffeine alone induced a significant increase in blood pressure associated with a decrease in heart rate, whereas nicotine alone increased both blood pressure and heart rate. The combination of caffeine and nicotine increased systolic and diastolic blood pressure by 10.8 +/- 2.0 and 12.4 +/- 1.9 mm Hg, respectively. AreRead More →

Consume Omega-3 Fatty Acids. … Elevate your legs. … Wear Compression Socks. … Cut back on alcohol. How can I increase blood flow to my heart quickly? In addition, trying one or more of the following may help improve circulation: Maintaining a healthy weight. Maintaining a healthy weight helps promoteRead More →

The answer is very simple: Yes, it is ok to dive during your period and there is no evidence that your chances of being attacked by a shark increase (see more from Divers Alert Network). Is it safe to swim in the ocean on your period? Myth: It’s not safeRead More →

Higher than normal blood sugar in mothers can cause their babies to grow too large. Very large babies — those who weigh 9 pounds or more — are more likely to become wedged in the birth canal, have birth injuries or need a C-section birth. What birth defects are causedRead More →