Health & Views –January 2019 – 1st issue By Harold Gunatillake
My name is Alexander, I am a cardiologist and a paramedic. A very important warning for those who wake up at night to go to the bathroom…
You must be careful and use the “One-and-a-Half-minute law” which is scientifically proven. By waking up suddenly for one’s physiological needs normally, we often hear that someone “was well in good health and died suddenly during the night without reason. “
The most likely reason is that when that person woke up to go to the bathroom, he/she got up from bed in a hurry, but the brain needs greater blood flow, for having rested, causing a state of fainting and that is when the stroke happens. It is recommended to learn the “One-and-a-Half-minute law” that can save your life
When you wake up to go to the bathroom, you must first: Lay for 30 seconds after waking up and then sit up in bed for 30 more seconds lowering your legs quietly and sit like that for another 30 seconds ” and only then get up to go to the bathroom.
With these steps the chances are gigantic to survive a sudden stroke, regardless of age…
Share with all your family and friends. Remember that you can save yours and the lives of many people sharing this information…
Prevention is better than healing *
▶ 120/80 normal
▶ 130/85 normal
▶ 140/90 high
▶ 150/95 very high
Heartbeat per minute
72 BPM (Default)
60 to 80 BPM (normal)
40 to 180 BPM (abnormal)
O+ (1 IN 3)
A+ (1 IN 3)
B+ (1 in 12)
Ab+ (1 in 29)
O-(1 in 15)
A-(1 in 16)
B-(1 in 67)
AB-(1 in 167)
About the body
We know that water is important but you never knew the right time to drink!
Did you know?
Drinking water in the correct time maximizes the effectiveness of the human body;
1 Glass of water after waking up, helps activate internal organs…
1 Glass of water 30 minutes before meal helps digestion.
1 Glass of water before showering helps lower blood pressure.
1 Glass of water
Before sleeping avoids stroke or heart attack.
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by Dr. Harold Gunatillake
If you are over fifty, leading a sedentary sort of life, with stress of life coupled with the junk food you eat and being overweight, may be having diabetes and or hypertension, then you need to be very careful and be aware of early symptoms of heart disease.
The early symptoms may be so mild that you’ll not take them seriously and brush them off as aches and pains. If the symptoms are for a second or two, then perhaps it is not indicative of a heart attack.
Most active people may not get the typical symptoms, but may be just tiredness progressively getting worse. This is due to the heart not getting enough oxygen through the arterial blood in the coronaries. …Read More →