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Causes Of Atheroscleosis

Atherosclerosis is caused due to the hardening of large or medium sized arteries. This hardening of arteries happens as a result of the deposition of cholesterol, fatty substances, calcium, fibrin and other cellular waste products in their inner lining.

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Vitamins For Atherosclerosis

Medical researches have shown that the patient will benefit by reducing the risk factors responsible for atherosclerosis. And this is exactly where the vitamins might play a major role in combating atherosclerosis.

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Coronary Atherosclerosis: An Overview

Coronary atherosclerosis has been the major cause of death in America and other western countries.

At present it affects approx 11 million people in the North America. There are some risk factors which one should know about to reduce the possibility of the incidence of this disease.

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Kidney Damage From High Blood Pressure

They may just number in two, but then they are essential for your survival and maintenance of a healthy life and normal Blood Pressure. Inversely, blood pressure is also in a crucial way responsible for the maintenance of your kidneys, and high blood pressure or hypertension can cause substantial damage to your kidneys.

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Primary Aldosteronism

Excess aldosterone is a medical condition characterized by excessive aldosterone production in the body. The adrenal gland in the human body secretes the hormone, aldosterone. The hormone aldosterone helps to maintain the accurate levels of sodium and potassium in the body.

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What Is Atherosclerosis?

The term “Atherosclerosis” should not be confused with “Arteriosclerosis” as in arteriosclerosis only medium or large arteries get affected (hardened) whereas atherosclerosis refers to the hardening of any artery- be it small, medium or major.


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