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05-05

Red Warning: Statins May Speed Up the Aging Process

Disclaimer: The following text and pictures are only used for health information sharing, not for any medical advice, and are not a substitute for a professional medical team. Not for any medication guidance. Hi, I'm Dr. Noah. STATINS RED ALERT: Widely prescribed drugs act as cellular poisons that accelerate aging.deactivate DNA repair... promote diabetes, muscle fatigue and memory loss (NaturalNews) Scientists at Tulane University in New Orleans have found that more than 200 million people around the world take the drug Statins, which have now been shown to be cell poisons that accelerate aging, and can promote muscle fatigue, diabetes, memory loss, etc., are cell poisons. Statins have been actively promoted by the for-profit pharmaceutical company "miracle" drugs and are used by nearly 200 million people worldwide. Recent studies have found that statins can actually cause catastrophic (even fatal) side effects. UK Express writes: This side effect causes many patients, including "memory loss, muscle pain, diabetes, cataracts, abnormal liver function, diabetes, fatigue, memory loss." Statins make the average user age faster, Long-term use leads to a gradual decline in mental and physical strength. Scientists have also discovered that these heart disease drugs can severely affect our stem cells, and their internal medical systems, enabling repair damage to our bodies and protecting us from muscle and joint pain, as well as memory loss. Stem cell biologist Professor Reza Izadpanah, lead author of the study published in the American Journal of Physiology, said: "Our study shows that statins can accelerate the aging process". And statins also interfere with stem cells performing their primary function, multiplying and replicating other cells in the body for repair. The researchers also found that, in addition to increasing the aging process, statins also interfere with stem cells to produce new bone and cartilage. To this end, Professor Izadpanah said: 'People at high risk of heart disease taking statins can reduce the risk of this heart disease, but it must be taken into account that these drugs have a considerable number of side effects for them, as well as causing more adverse health effects.   In a series of articles published in recent years, Joseph Mercola, MD, a well-known American health care expert, cites several recent studies as a reminder that the efficacy of such drugs is statistically inflated, given their enormous magnitude in many aspects. Health risks, the academic community is calling for a rigorous re-evaluation of its clinical use criteria. The paper proposes that, on the one hand, the factors of heart disease are far more complex than cholesterol levels; on the other hand, to optimize cholesterol levels, dietary habits and lifestyle should also be started. Statins inhibit the production of cholesterol in the liver, which helps make cell membranes and hormones (including the sex hormones testosterone, progesterone, and estrogen), and bile acids, which help digest fat. It is also very important for the brain. Cholesterol in the brain accounts for 25% of the total cholesterol in the body. It is critical to the formation of synapses (ie neurons). People cannot think, learn new things, and form memories without synapses. Statins do work for lowering cholesterol, but that doesn't mean you're healthier. Because the risk of heart disease is not only related to cholesterol levels. Evidence suggests that statins may actually worsen heart health. Statistical blindfold makes statins seem safe and effective A study published in the March 2015 issue of Expert Review of Clinical Pharmacology found that statin advertising magnifies its small benefit. According to the report, among 100 people with high cholesterol who received statins, the number of people suffering from heart disease dropped from 2 to 1. In terms of "absolute risk", statins only benefited 1% of the population. ; and when you switch to "relative risk", it becomes a 30% to 50% reduction in the chance of developing a disease. That's why drug companies like to advertise relative risk, which doesn't tell people the actual risk of getting sick.   The report also said that compared with the rarely reported side effects of statins, taking statins is worth the cost, increasing the risk of developing the following conditions: ◎ Cancer ◎ Cataract ◎ Diabetes ◎ Cognitive impairment ◎ Musculoskeletal diseases (including ALS) The Australian Therapeutic Goods Administration has received more than 320 complaints about statin side effects in the past two years, with an average of more than three a week.   Statins stimulate atherosclerosis and lead to heart failure Recent research suggests that instead of actually improving heart health, statins may stimulate atherosclerosis and lead to heart failure. (Fotolia) Another study, published in the same issue of Expert Reviews in Clinical Pharmacology, reported even more striking co
05-05

The world's first international guideline for Alzheimer's disease prevention tells you, how can you not get dementia when you are old!

Alzheimer's disease (AD) is a progressive neurodegenerative disease with insidious onset, which is age-related and seriously affects the quality of life of the elderly. In the UK, AD is the sixth leading cause of death for people over 65. And in the United States ranked 5th. AD disease is progressive, and patients usually die within 10 years after diagnosis. It is one of the most serious diseases that endanger human health in this century! Clinically, it is characterized by generalized dementia such as memory impairment, aphasia, apraxia, agnosia, impairment of visuospatial skills, executive dysfunction, and changes in personality and behavior. The etiology is still unknown. Those with onset before the age of 65 are called Alzheimer's disease; those with onset after the age of 65 are called senile dementia.
05-05

"China Cardiovascular Health and Disease Report 2019" released: The number of cardiovascular disease patients in China is 330 million! 【full text】

In response to the "Healthy China Action", to implement the national policy of "focusing on the grassroots and focusing on prevention", and to truly realize the gradual shift of the main battlefield of cardiovascular disease prevention and treatment from hospitals to communities, the National Cardiovascular Disease Center will be The "Report on Cardiovascular Diseases in China" compiled by experts in related fields across the country was revised to "Report on Cardiovascular Health and Diseases in China". In terms of content, cardiovascular health behaviors, rehabilitation, basic research on cardiovascular diseases and device research and development have been added, and health management of cardiovascular life cycle is advocated. The following is the full text of the report for your reference.
03-21

Relying on physical therapy to solve the problem of blood lipids, the good news for patients with cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases

September 29, 2020 is the 21st World Heart Day. The arrival of World Heart Day has sounded the alarm to care for the heart and blood lipid health. According to a recent report released by the National Center for Cardiovascular Diseases, the number of cardiovascular patients in my country has reached 330 million, and the mortality rate accounts for more than 40% of the deaths, which is higher than that of tumors and other diseases. Today, when the habit of staying up late and unbalanced diet are common, the human body is extremely fragile in the face of major diseases, and the blood vessels that transport life substances are frequently red lights under people's long-term "tossing". Therefore, the "number one killer of human health" "Cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases have come to the door. Especially in autumn and winter, it is a period of high incidence of cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases, and the prevention and treatment of cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases must not be relaxed. From November to March of the next year is the high incidence period of cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases. During this period, the temperature changes greatly, the cold and heat alternate, and the blood vessels are prone to problems. In winter, the temperature difference between indoor and outdoor is large, and sudden changes in temperature can easily cause sudden contraction of cardiovascular and cerebrovascular vessels. In addition, due to the dry climate in autumn and winter, the body will consume a lot of water for breathing. In addition, many patients drink less water daily, and the blood viscosity will increase significantly, which will lead to poor blood circulation and may cause blood vessel blockage. An important cause of cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases is dyslipidemia. At present, there is a medical device focusing on the prevention and treatment of dyslipidemia, the quantum lipid-lowering instrument. It has entered more than ten hospitals such as Beijing 301 Hospital, the First Hospital of Jilin University, and Changchun Central Hospital, and has been used in clinical treatment of dyslipidemia, innovatively applying quantum medical theory to the treatment of dyslipidemia, using quantum biomedical technology, Use physical therapy to solve the problem of blood lipids and help patients get rid of hyperlipidemia and its induced cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases safely and without side effects. Compared with traditional drug treatment, the quantum lipid-lowering instrument uses physical therapy to solve dyslipidemia, which is safer in the treatment of blood lipids, and most patients can feel significant effects after a course of treatment. In the medical practice of nearly 1,000 people, the total effective rate of quantum lipid-lowering instrument treatment has reached more than 90%. Sun Dechun, the developer of the quantum lipid-lowering instrument and chairman of Changchun Xianying Medical Technology Co., Ltd., said: "I hope that as many people in need can use the quantum lipid-lowering instrument conveniently to get rid of hyperlipidemia and its induced cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases. Disease troubles, return to a healthy life, and truly realize the preventable and curable dyslipidemia." In the future, the quantum lipid-lowering instrument will also have medium-sized equipment to enter the community, and small equipment for home use to help patients return to a healthy life. Tencent Technology Hotspots http://kuaibao.qq.com/media/5952740?refer= Tencent Technology Creator https://kuaibao.qq.com/media/16884172?chlid=16884172 Tencent Technology Extraordinary Jun http://kuaibao.qq.com/s/MEDIANEWSLIST?chlid=16884266 NetEase Science and Technology Life: https://dy.163.com/article/E76IT0LI0511BIC9.html NetEase Frontier Technology Circle http://dy.163.com/v2/article/detail/D75M9SIT0511L9ND.html NetEase Technology Information Dissemination http://dy.163.com/v2/article/detail/D75MC34Q0511LT7K.html Baijia Technology Brother Information https://baijiahao.baidu.com/u?app_id=1565997951234756 Baijia Innovation Technology Model https://baijiahao.baidu.com/u?app_id=1627693177684067
03-21

In the rescue of acute myocardial infarction, why do doctors emphasize two "120"?

11.20, China Myocardial Infarction First Aid Day. Acute myocardial infarction is an acute and dangerous event of coronary heart disease. At this time, the myocardium suffered acute ischemic injury and necrosis occurred rapidly.   The myocardial electrical activity of ischemic necrosis is unstable, and the communication with normal myocardial tissue is abnormal, and malignant arrhythmias are prone to occur. The most serious one is ventricular fibrillation, ventricular fibrillation, and myocardial cells are independent and contract randomly. In this way, the heart cannot contract normally to supply blood, and it stops beating! Therefore, the most early death of myocardial infarction is caused by malignant arrhythmia. When the ischemic necrotic myocardium loses its function, the ability of the heart to contract will be reduced, and the blood pumping will decrease, resulting in a drop in blood pressure and shock; in severe cases, the heart will lose its pumping function, which is "pump failure"! The heart has stopped, or the pump has failed, what about the person? Are you ok?   Therefore, acute myocardial infarction is very dangerous, the rescue must be timely, and the method must be correct. A careless move can be fatal. However, acute myocardial infarction mostly occurs outside the hospital, and more than 70% of sudden cardiac death also occurs outside the hospital. Therefore, it is so important to keep two "120" in mind when rescuing! The first "120", call the "120" emergency number in time. timely. The patient must call for help in time after the onset of the disease, and do not think about waiting and seeing again, because acute myocardial infarction has a rapid onset, rapid progress, and great danger. Dial the emergency number "120" and call for an ambulance.   Some people say that how slow it is to call and wait for the doctor to come, hurry up and get to the hospital by yourself! It's too dangerous. Said two cases, both of which I encountered in the emergency room. First. One day, a patient came into the emergency department, and when he entered the door, he said that he had chest tightness and discomfort. The nurse was about to measure his blood pressure, but the patient fell down. Rescue quickly. Fortunately, there is a rescue room next to it. It is fully equipped. Once the ECG is connected, it is ventricular fibrillation. Immediate cardiopulmonary resuscitation and electrical defibrillation are successful. The patient had an acute myocardial infarction. Fortunately, this happened in the emergency room of the hospital. Wouldn't it be troublesome if it happened halfway? In addition, if you still walk around after a myocardial infarction, you may have ventricular fibrillation every minute, which is really dangerous.   As mentioned earlier, in the acute stage of myocardial infarction, the electrical activity of the heart is unstable. A little activity or a little emotional excitement may cause serious arrhythmia. During emergency treatment, the patient must be moved very carefully, and the patient can still be allowed to move around by himself? How dangerous! second case. It was also in the early 1990s, when our emergency department was still in charge of pre-hospital first aid. One day, a doctor in our department took an ambulance to rescue a patient who had a second heart attack. The distance from the patient's home to the hospital is about three or four kilometers. But when the ambulance pulled the patient and drove out one kilometer, the patient had ventricular fibrillation and his heart stopped! The doctor made a decisive decision. The ambulance stopped by the roadside. The medical staff performed cardiac compressions, defibrillation, and medication. Soon after the patient's heart resumed, he continued to be transferred to the hospital. The patient was also rescued successfully, and he came to the emergency department to express his gratitude after he recovered. The "120" ambulance is equipped with professional doctors and nurses, various rescue monitoring equipment and medicines. It is a mobile CCU (Coronary Heart Disease Monitoring Unit), which can provide emergency treatment to patients at any time. The ambulance has priority on the road, which is more efficient than private vehicles. Cars and taxis are more convenient. Therefore, calling the "120" ambulance does not waste time. Doctors and nurses can check and dispose of them as soon as they arrive, and they can be transported to the hospital under supervision. The safety on the way is also greatly improved.   Therefore, once a patient develops a suspected acute myocardial infarction, the patient should immediately stop activities, rest in bed, keep quiet, and immediately call the "120" emergency number. Pay attention, clarify your condition and address, keep in touch, and someone will guide the ambulance to the intersection. The second "120" is to grasp the 120-minute prime time for first aid. Acute myocard
03-21

Heavy! China Cardiovascular Health Report released: 5 major cardiovascular disease risk factors, many people account for all!

In July 2021, the National Cardiovascular Disease Center-China Cardiovascular Health and Disease Report Writing Team released the "China Cardiovascular Health and Disease Report 2020", which analyzed the incidence, death, and influencing factors of cardiovascular disease in my country in 2018. analyze.
03-21

Signs of Alzheimer's appear decades in advance! Abnormalities in this indicator can increase the risk of dementia by 60%

Dementia affects an estimated 50 million people worldwide, and this number is expected to more than triple by 2050, especially in low- and middle-income countries, where, according to the report, about two-thirds of people with dementia live. Women are also more likely to develop dementia than men.   There is currently no cure for this form of dementia, so prevention is especially important in reducing the growing global burden of dementia. According to the Lancet Commission on Dementia Prevention, Intervention and Care, 40% of dementia cases can be attributed to modifiable risk factors, including lower education levels, high blood pressure, obesity, hearing loss, smoking, depression , physical inactivity, social isolation, diabetes, alcohol consumption, traumatic brain injury and air pollution.     Notably, dyslipidemia was not included in the list of modifiable risk factors. So in preventing dementia, is there no need to worry about cholesterol? High levels of low-density lipoprotein cholesterol (LDL-C) in midlife are associated with an increased risk of dementia ten years later, according to a recent study published in the journal Lancet Health and Longevity. The study found that among people under the age of 65 whose cholesterol was measured, those with LDL-C levels above 190 mg/dL (4.92 mmol/L) had more LDL-C levels over 10 years than those with levels below 100 mg/dL (2.59 mmol/L). The risk of later being diagnosed with dementia was about 60% higher. The strength of the association between LDL-C and dementia was comparable to that of alcohol consumption and even greater than that of hypertension risk factors. The study provides the strongest evidence yet on the relationship between blood cholesterol and dementia and Alzheimer's disease.   DOI:10.1016/S2666-7568(21)00150-1   Low-density lipoprotein is a lipoprotein particle that carries cholesterol into peripheral tissue cells. Since cholesterol must be combined with lipoproteins to be transported to various parts of the body, cholesterol often exists in the form of lipoproteins in the blood, mainly divided into low-density lipoprotein cholesterol (LDL-C) and high-density lipoprotein cholesterol (HDL-C) . Low-density lipoprotein transports cholesterol from the liver to tissues throughout the body, and high-density lipoprotein transports cholesterol from various tissues back to the liver for metabolism. When there is an excess of low-density lipoprotein, the cholesterol it carries will accumulate on the arterial wall, which can easily cause arteriosclerosis for a long time. Therefore LDL is called "bad cholesterol". So what level of "bad cholesterol" LDL-C represents dyslipidemia? In order to let the public have a good understanding of their blood lipid health, the NCEP ATP III report in the United States divides LDL-C into 5 levels for the prevention and treatment of dyslipidemia, as follows:     < 2.59 mmol (100 mg/dL) is an appropriate level; 2.59 ~ 3.34 mmoL (100 ~ 129 mg/dL) is a near appropriate level; 3.38 ~ 4.12 mmol/L (130 ~ 159 mg/dL) is a critical high level; 4.14 ~ 4.89 mmol/L (160 ~ 189 mg/dL) is high; ≥ 4.92 mmol/L (190 mg/d) is an extremely high level   For the study, researchers took blood cholesterol measurements of more than 1.8 million British adults over the age of 40 between 1992 and 2009 and followed them for up to 23 years. The investigators stratified analyses according to age at first measurement (<65 years or ≥65 years) and duration of follow-up (<10 years or ≥10 years). Because of the large cohort size, the researchers focused on blood cholesterol measurements in middle-aged (under 65 years old) with less disease and followed up for more than 10 years. The researchers analyzed blood total cholesterol, LDL cholesterol, HDL cholesterol and triglycerides with subsequent risk of dementia and Alzheimer's disease. At the end of study follow-up, among those diagnosed with dementia, the mean age at diagnosis was 79.7 years for men and 82.1 years for women. The average level of blood lipids was 5.62mmol/L (total cholesterol), the average level of low-density lipoprotein was 3.42mmol/L; the average level of high-density lipoprotein cholesterol was 1.45mmol/L. Findings found a modest positive association between LDL cholesterol and dementia, with an adjusted ratio (RR) for each SD increase in LDL cholesterol (1.01 mmol/L or 39 mg/dL increase) of 1.05. This suggests that higher LDL cholesterol levels are associated with greater risk of dementia. Is there a difference between lipid levels in middle age and later life and dementia risk? To clarify this question, the researchers further analyzed that, for people younger than 65 years (middle age) when their cholesterol was first measured and diagnosed with dementia 10 years after their cholesterol was measured, each 1-1 increase in LDL cholesterol The adjusted RR for one SD was 1.17; for those diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease, the adjusted ratio (R
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