Data show that the prevalence of hypertension in China has reached 27.9%, but because there are no obvious symptoms in the early stage of this disease, many people mistakenly believe that hypertension is not a disease and does not pay much attention to it. In fact, hypertension is a systemic health problem. For this reason, from 14:30 to 16:30 this Saturday, the newspaper's health WeChat public account "North Evening Micro Health" in conjunction with Dongcheng Traditional Chinese Medicine Hospital specially invited Guo Xianzheng, the deputy chief physician of the cardio-cerebral-vascular department of the hospital, in Dongcheng District. No. 11, Xinghua Road, Hepingli, a public welfare lecture was held in the conference room on the 6th floor of Dongcheng Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine. The theme was "the hazards and prevention of hypertension in winter".
Guo Xianzheng is a deputy chief physician, a family of traditional Chinese medicine, graduated from Henan University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, engaged in clinical and scientific research for more than 30 years, specializing in the treatment of hypertension, cardio-cerebrovascular disease, coronary heart disease, hyperlipidemia, and atherosclerosis. , Cerebral infarction, stroke sequelae, chest tightness, palpitations, depression and other diseases.
Guo Xianzheng pointed out that the temperature drops sharply in winter and the temperature difference is large. It is a season of high blood pressure. With the aging of the body, the elasticity of blood vessels becomes worse, the blood pumping function of the heart decreases, and blood pressure is more susceptible to fluctuations due to the influence of risk factors. Blood pressure has been under high pressure for a long time, the wall thickened and hardened, and myocardial hypertrophy can cause kidney dysfunction, cerebral hemorrhage, coronary heart disease and other diseases, and damage to key organs is irreversible. Guo Xianzheng pointed out that the red flags for the onset of hypertension in winter are mainly frequent headaches with vomiting; tinnitus caused by elevated brain pressure; palpitations and shortness of breath caused by insufficient blood supply; numbness of hands and feet.
So how to prevent the harm of hypertension? Guo Xianzheng reminds that first of all, you must have a good lifestyle, do not stay up late, ensure adequate sleep, and control your mood; based on a light and nutritious diet, reduce the intake of saturated fat and cholesterol, and the daily salt amount does not exceed 6 grams ; Insist on exercise.
(Responsible editor: Zhi Yanrong)