kopi hijau pelangsing tubuh Jakarta, this mother suddenly collapsed and died the world time was sipping morning coffee with some colleagues. After being checked, he had a rare heart problem. Ironically, she was also pregnant with her third child who was born once a month. Amy Wilson and her son, Harry, finally died. The paramedics have tried to save their lives at the scene but when they arrive at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary (ARI), Amy breathes her last, exactly on November 16, 2013.
Her husband Peter Reid notified the doctor that Amy seems to have a heart problem so rare that none tests that can detect what the disease is called. “” I was told if they struggled to find the cause of his death so I’m not the only one who wants to know. Amy may be one of the rare heart problems that they have not yet recognized and may not be found in any tests within 10 years. in the future, “” said Peter, who currently must take care of their 2 daughters, Halle (7) and Chloe (2) at their home in Laurencekirk, Aberdeenshire UK. “” Everything looks perfectly normal and there may not be a test that can give us an answer, “” he explained.
From the NHS investigations revealed, first Amy had been attacked by extreme pain and hospitalized in the maternity unit ARI throughout the week ahead of the bln. November. 31-year-old woman. it was only allowed to go home 10 days earlier his death. But who knows if one morning, while drinking coffee with some colleagues, Amy who was having Harry’s content suddenly collapsed and unconscious. And when taken to the hospital, Amy’s life has not been helped once again.
Then Peter was also told that the death of his wife was not only because of her pregnancy but because of a rare heart problem that could not be identified with various standard tests. After that the team of doctors plan to do a continuation test to ascertain the circumstances of what really undermines Amy. “” I do not mind if I have to wait for the answer once or twice a week, but maybe I will not find the truth, “” Peter said as written in the Daily Mail, Tuesday (17/12/2013).
trulum effect Every woman’s natural menopausal phase in her life, although the sign can be different. Consuming caffeine is recognized may aggravate menopausal signs. How did it last? Menopausal women can experience signs such as burning sensations (hot flashes), vaginal dryness, insomnia, changes in the liver situation, and others. This sort of thing can be worsened by consuming caffeine, which increases the risk of heart attack and osteoporosis. Caffeine can also lead to early menopause. As quoted from Buzzle, Friday (06/18/2010), that’s part of the argument why caffeine exacerbates menopause, namely: 1. Consuming coffee blocks absorption of minerals Caffeine leads to reduced absorption of magnesium and calcium in the kidney, until the mineral is removed by urine.
Calcium is so necessary to avoid osteoporosis and maintain the role of the nervous system and heart. Magnesium is necessary for the normal role of the body such as efficient use of glucose, power metabolism, the role of heart health, and hormonal balance. Coffee also prevents iron absorption and leads to anemia. 2. Cafein lower bone density Caffeine is associated with increased risk of women suffering from low bone density. Caffeine is associated with bone loss, especially in women who do not have enough calcium in their daily diet.
3. Enhance caffeine burning sensation Coffee can interfere with sleep, and this kind of thing can increase the signature characteristic of menopausal women, namely the sensation of burning in the body or hot flashes. 4. Cafein increase stress hormonesThe level of stress hormones such as adrenaline, cortisol, and norepinephrine increase karna cafein. These hormones result in the addition of heart rate and blood pressure, resulting in a ‘panic response’. Oxygen to the feet and the brain also shrink, and there is an immune system suppression. 5. Cafein is negatively associated with hormones Menopausal women who do hormone therapy and caffeine consumption can increase the chances of Parkinson’s disease.
Consuming caffeine also increases the level of homocysteine, which is responsible for increasing the risk of fractures and osteoporosis. Beyond that, caffeine also disrupts the metabolism of Gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA), which is necessary for the management of stress and liver situations. This kind of light is so aggravating the sign of menopause that women feel. (mer / up)