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What Causes Restless Leg Syndrome To Flare Up?

May 15, 202449 Views

Restless leg syndrome, or RLS, causes a strong urge to move your legs when resting. It can also cause strange sensations like itching, crawling, pulling, or throbbing. Although there’s no cure for RLS, there are treatments that can help. If you’re interested in learning about RLS, here’s everything you need to know about the condition, […]

Is Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy A Serious Heart Condition?

Apr 30, 2024105 Views

Some people don’t know they have hypertrophic cardiomyopathy because they don’t feel any different. But sometimes, the thickened heart muscle can lead to serious problems like difficulty breathing or chest pain. But “Is hypertrophic cardiomyopathy a serious heart condition?” In rare cases, it can cause dangerous irregular heartbeats or sudden death because of changes in […]

Is Chronic Venous Insufficiency A Disability: Does It Qualify As One?

Apr 15, 2024290 Views

Chronic Venous Insufficiency (CVI) is a common but serious problem in which the veins in your legs can’t properly send blood back to your heart. This causes blood to gather in the veins, which is called stasis. CVI has many symptoms, such as swollen legs, bulging veins, painful leg cramps, or sores that won’t heal. […]

When To Go To The Hospital For Rapid Heart Rate?

Mar 30, 2024147 Views

Tachycardia, a heart rate of 100 beats per minute or more, can occur when you exercise, feel stressed, or consume too much caffeine. But it could also mean your heart rhythm is wrong or indicate some underlying cardiac issue. Deciding if you need to go to the hospital for a fast heartbeat depends on your […]

Is Heart Rate Under 60 Normal?

Mar 15, 2024286 Views

When your heart rate dips below 60 beats per minute, it’s called Bradycardia (40-60bpm). It is often perfectly fine, especially when you’re catching some Z’s or if you are fit as a fiddle. You don’t need much oxygen and energy during sleep, so your heart does not work as hard. And if you exercise regularly […]


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