PINK MIX WITH BROWN is so sweet..
DOCTOR IN THE HOUSE-mid valley (9th March)
Mummy visit me at kaklong house yesterday. Mummy brings along food and some goodies for Daliya. Later on, me, mummy and kaklong going out to da mid valley. I didn’t took many photograph there cause really busy talking with mum n kaklong. haha.. I kinda regret that. huhu.. At the same day there are launching of book at the MPH book store, book that entitle ‘Doctor in the House’. I saw our late prime minister Tun Dr. Mahathir Muhammad at the launching. The book is about him and he have sign 50 of the book along the autograph session. The book, A Doctor in the House is an 844-page hardcover book went on sale yesterday. It is available at RM100 a copy.
About Stroke and lifestyle!
What is Stroke?
, part of the brain cannot get the blood (and oxygen) it needs, so it starts to die.
The brain is an extremely complex organ that controls various body functions. If a stroke occurs and blood flow can’t reach the region that controls a particular body function, that part of the body won’t work as it should.
If the stroke occurs toward the back of the brain, for instance, it’s likely that some disability involving vision will result. The effects of a stroke depend primarily on the location of the obstruction and the extent of brain tissue affected.
The effects of a stroke depend on several factors, including the location of the obstruction and how much brain tissue is affected. However, because one side of the brain controls the opposite side of the body, a stroke affecting one side will result in neurological complications on the side of the body it affects. For example, if the stroke occurs in the brain’s right side, the left side of the body (and the right side of the face) will be affected, which could produce any or all of the following:
If the stroke occurs in the left side of the brain, the right side of the body will be affected, producing some or all of the following:
Avoid fats, especially saturated fats found in meat, butter and beef shortening.
Monitor your blood pressure. High blood pressure makes the heart and blood vessels work harder. (See “How to Prevent Hypertension.”) Treat high blood pressure as recommended by your doctor.
Check your cholesterol. Most malls and many senior centers offer cholesterol tests for a nominal fee.
Test your blood sugar. Chronic high blood sugar is harmful to the arteries. Free blood sugar testing is often offered at pharmacies.
Ask your doctor to check your blood hematocrit level. High hematocrits make a person more prone to strokes.
Stop smoking if you do. Nicotine causes the blood vessels to narrow and constrict, which impedes circulation.
Reduce or eliminate drug and alcohol intake. Abuse of either can cause strokes in teenagers and young adults.
Avoid constipation. Straining to move your bowels is hard on your heart and blood vessels.
Reduce your stress. Chronic stress causes the blood vessels to narrow, which makes blood pressure rise and the heart work harder.
Relax. Take a yoga class, read a good book to your loved one, pray, meditate or do whatever else relaxes you and increases your sense of well-being.
:: Happy reading~~~ =))) STROKE is dangerous!!
About my handsome fiance BRUNO MARS~~ lol.. ahakz..
Read it yourself, so lazy rite now.. ahahahaha..
::click on the picture to view his bio~~~
Watch this tomorrow~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~!