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The Phen375 -Ingredients and Side Effects

The Phen375 -Ingredients and Side Effects

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Natural Factors Coenzyme Q10

Natural Factors Coenzyme Q10

CoQ10 enhances and improves energy at cellular levels acting as the most important catalyst required for the production of energy. It assists in supporting and maintaining a strong heart health and maintains overall cellular vigor.

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BLOOD PRESSURE

BLOOD PRESSURE

BLOOD PRESSURE. BLOOD PRESSURE. This is the pressure of the blood flowing through the arteries caused by the pumping heart If you do things that make your heart beat faster or cause your arteries to become narrower your blood pressure will RISE. MEASURING BLOOD PRESSURE.

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Blood Pressure

Blood Pressure

Blood Pressure. What is the lub dub sound your heart makes?. Lub. Lub = tricuspid and bicuspid valves closing at the same time after the blood has been squeezed into the ventricles from the atria. Dub.

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Blood Pressure

Blood Pressure

Blood Pressure. Definition of Blood Pressure. The measurement of the force of blood against the artery walls The force comes from the pumping of the heart If arteries are hardened or narrowed, this force might be increased to pump the blood throughout the body. Measurement.

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Blood Pressure

Blood Pressure

Blood Pressure. Blood Pressure. Fig 15-4. Hydrostatic Pressure created by ventricular contractility becomes the driving force for blood flow Pulsatile blood flow in arteries  Elastic arteries expand and recoil for continuous blood flow. This is the “pulse” that we can feel.

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Blood Pressure

Blood Pressure

Blood Pressure. Can cause your blood pressure to rise. Genetics Age Sex Altitude Physical activity Anxiety / Stress Muscular development. Certain medications Time of day Sleep Relaxation Eating / Drinking Smoking Atmospheric pressure. What influences blood pressure.

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Blood Pressure

Blood Pressure

Blood Pressure. The maintenance of blood pressure is dependent upon intrinsic (stroke volume, heart rate and cardiac output) , reflex (baroreceptors and chemoreceptors), hormonal, renal, and micro vascular control systems. Blood pressure. Blood pressure changes by: Blood flow (blood volume)

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Blood Pressure

Blood Pressure

Blood Pressure. Hypertension is a major risk factor for heart disease and stroke. As the first and fourth leading causes of death in the United States. In 2013 about 77.9 million (1 out of every 3) adults have high blood pressure In the US.

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BLOOD PRESSURE

BLOOD PRESSURE

BLOOD PRESSURE. 12/3/2012 SHMD 139. Blood Pressure. Pg 34. Blood pressure is the pressure the blood exerts on the artery walls Blood pressure (BP) is the result of the heart contracting and forcing blood into the blood vessels

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Blood Pressure

Blood Pressure

Blood Pressure. What is blood pressure?. When your heart beats, it pumps blood round your body to give it the energy and oxygen it needs . As the blood moves, it pushes against the sides of the blood vessels. The strength of this pushing is your blood pressure. Blood Pressure.

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Blood Pressure

Blood Pressure

Blood Pressure. Blood Pressure. Fig 15-4. Hydrostatic Pressure created by ventricular contractility becomes the driving force for blood flow Pulsatile blood flow in arteries  Elastic arteries expand and recoil for continuous blood flow. This is the “ pulse ” that we can feel.

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