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Heart Diseases: Heart attack, The Most Common Heart Disease II

A heart attack, which is the most common consequence of a heart disease, can be recognized not only by three symptoms in the previous article mentioned, but also be recognized by other warning signs, such as unusual chest, stomach or abdominal pain, nausea or dizziness, cold sweat or paleness , shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, weakness or fatigue, palpitations, and unexplained anxiety. It is very important to be calm when a relative , friend or person has a heart attack, since you will have to know what to do if something like this happens. The first thing is to call an ambulance immediately. Then, according to experts, check whether the patient is conscious or not and place them flat on their back, kneel beside them and put one hand on their forehead and the other on their chin. After doing these, tilt back their head. And lift their chin until their teeth almost touch. You will have to look and listen for signs of breathing. Pinch their nose and cover their mouth with yours, if the person is not breathing normally. Give two full breaths.

The person's chest should rise as a consequence. You may check the person's pulse by putting your fingers on their neck, next to their Adam's apple and windpipe, which is the tube through which air passes from mouth to lungs. Put your hands on the centre of the person's chest at the height of their nipples, if there is no pulse. Then put one hand on top of the other. Push down two inches on their chest 15 times. Continue with the two breaths and 15 pumps until an ambulance arrives. There are plenty of companies that sell worm bedding and even food supplements. As with any living thing you care for, taking a little time to read up on it will insure a successful situation. This also applies to worms. Remember fish don't like dead worms. Give them a box?lunch instead!

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Improving Dental Health and Avoiding Expensive Dental Bills May Be Easier Than You Might Think?

I have a unique position from which to comment on what may work for dental health home care. When I say, "work", I mean something that has the potential to keep gums and teeth healthy for the long haul.

The reason I have this unique view point is because I sell a particular dental tool. This tool is the primary thing that I utilize for my own dental home care. Of course, I still go to the dentist on a regular basis for a checkup. The difference now is that I get to hear that my gums are healthy, pocket depths have been minimized and they continue to stay that way. I also avoided the dreaded 'deep cleaning', which is also known as a Scaling and Root Planing or SRP.

I was astounded by this particular tool and I began to write about it several years ago. In fact, I mention it in my own book on gum disease. Later, I began to sell this tool directly to consumers.

What follows is shocking even though I probably should have expected it. I hear from customers on a regular basis about their own experience with this tool. On the same day that I wrote this article, a customer told me about how the very next day after his first use, he found his gums to be firmer. He said that he has never seen his gums that firm before.

Now, I am not one to make health claims and granted that there should be sound scientific studies and clinical tests to validate such things. I cannot validate what he said is true. However, I am astounded by the number of people that relate stories about this dental health device to me. This man's story is not at all unusual - at least from my perspective.

I recently spoke to a woman who said her dentist told her she had a 70% improvement in her gum health in under two weeks of using this tool. She was facing another 'deep cleaning' after recently having a $3000 surgery to clean her gums up.

She had reached an end to her tolerance for these expensive procedures that did not seem to permanently solve the problem. She began looking for answers. This same type of experience is what prompted me to write a book about gum disease from the layman's perspective.

In today's world, actually in yesterday's world as well - dental disease is a huge problem. Many people think they are free and clear but they are unaware of the silent minor tragedy that is growing in their mouth. Sooner or later many of them encounter the term 'deep cleaning' or SRP from their dentist or hygienist. Going beyond that, patients might have been told that they need teeth extracted and implants or dentures installed. In my personal case, I was told that such a 'deep cleaning' was the only thing that would help me.

I did not believe a 'deep cleaning' was the best answer for me and I started searching for answers. After several months of using the same device mentioned above, I returned to the dentist. She and the hygienist both told me that things were looking a lot better and that whatever I was doing I should keep it up and the dentist said that I no longer needed that 'deep cleaning' treatment after all!

I was delighted to say the least. Now, I am finding, because of my interaction with customers that many of them have similar stories to tell. I would like for everyone to know about our experiences. If more people can save their teeth and save themselves from expensive dental treatments then it was worth it to write this article.

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Author: David Snape (What You Should Know about Gum Disease - ISBN: 978-0981485508)

Disclaimer: This article is for information and entertainment purposes only. It does not intend to render advice, diagnosis or treatment. If you have or think you might have gum disease or any other health problem, visit your periodontist or physician for advice, diagnosis and treatment. The USFDA has not evaluated statements about products in this article.