Choosing the Right Hearing Aid for your Needs..

Many people have a misconception that you only lose your hearing when you get older. This, of course, is not true. There are people at all age levels who experience different degrees of hearing loss. However, once you have been diagnosed with a loss of hearing, you will want to take action to try to restore it. While most forms of hearing are a direct result of nerve damage and non-reparable, you can use the newer technology in the form of hearing aids to help enhance what is left of your hearing.

To first determine which hearing aid is the appropriate choice for you, you have to first ascertain how significant your hearing loss is. If you have not already, you should plan on visiting a medical practitioner – an audiologist – that is skilled in administering hearing tests. Once you have your hearing results, you can begin discussing the option of hearing aids with your practitioner.

Types of Hearing Aids Available

If you are only suffering from a minor loss, the inner ear hearing aid is designed for this. Most in the ear aids are only able to offer minor amplification, which is good for those who have experienced little loss.

If you have experienced a more significant loss, you will not be able to use most of the in the ear hearing aids. For these, bilateral or behind the ear hearing aids are your best option. They come in various strengths and can be used even on those who suffer severe to profound hearing loss.

The best way to determine which hearing aid is right for you is to speak with your practitioner or your hearing aid distributor. Choosing the wrong type of hearing aid can further damage your hearing, or may not help you improve your hearing at all.

Hearing aids are not a temporary solution, they are permanently worn. You will take them out at night and while bathing, but at all other times, they will be worn if you want to take advantage of the benefits they offer.

For those who qualify, a cochlear implant may also be an option. Most people who opt for the cochlear implant have very little to no hearing left. There are risks associated with the surgery, including a loss of any existing hearing.

Choosing a hearing aid is a personal choice. Many people who begin to lose their hearing opt not to wear a hearing aid for fear of looking silly or being embarrassed of their hearing loss. With the right hearing aid, though, the quality of your life can be vastly improved.

Many people’s quality of life is improved with the help of a hearing aid. There are several on the market to choose from and it all depends on your unique circumstances and hearing loss.

Signs and Symptoms of a Heart Attack.

Often people expect a heart attack to be dramatic like it is in the movies. But in reality — most often — that is not the case. This article thus spells out the signs and symptoms of a heart attack.

 What happens during a heart attack?

During a heart attack, the blood flow to the heart muscle is either reduced or completely stops. This typically happens because of a blood clot that is blocking an artery.

When the heart muscle does not get oxygen-rich blood, it ceases to work.

Some common heart attack symptoms:

•  A heart attack often causes chest pain.

•  There is a feeling of fullness or a clasping pain in the centre of the chest. Most victims describe the pain as akin to an elephant standing on the chest (extreme pain). It usually lasts for about 15 minutes.

•  One also experiences shooting pain in the shoulders, neck, arm, back and sometimes even the teeth and jaw.

•  One finds increasing episodes of chest pain.

•  Prolonged pain in the upper abdomen.

•  Shortness of breath.

•  The victim might experience heavy sweating.

•  Since the heart’s pumping action is severely impaired during a severe heart attack, the victim might lose his/her consciousness.

•  Nausea and vomiting

•  In rare cases, as in patients who are diabetic, the heart attack may not be very painful, and sometimes can even be entirely painless.

Other heart attack symptoms

The elderly, diabetics, people on steroids as well as women are less likely to have obvious symptoms like severe chest pain (as often seen in men). These are some symptoms they are likely to have:

•  Pain in the abdomen

•  Heart burn

•  Sweaty skin

•  Unusual tiredness

•  Dizziness or light-headedness

•  Nausea

•  Tightness or pain in the neck, shoulder or upper back

Heart attack symptoms are not the same for all…

Not everyone who has a heart attack has the same symptoms. Many a time, we also tend to ignore a heart attack thinking it might be mere abdominal discomfort due to gas pains or indigestion. If you have more than a few symptoms listed above, then you are likely to be having an attack. Get emergency help immediately.

What to do in case of a heart attack?

•  Rush to a hospital: If you recognise that you or someone around is having a heart attack, get immediate medical help.

•  Give Disprin (Asprin): As soon as you recognise it is an attack, crush a disprin, dissolve it in water and make the person drink it.

•  Emergency numbers: Every office and home must keep a list of emergency numbers like that of an ambulance service, hospital.

 A heart attack is different from a cardiac arrest

Do not confuse a heart attack with cardiac arrest. In the case of a cardiac arrest, the heart suddenly stops. It occurs due to an electrical disturbance that obstructs the heart’s pumping function, which results in stopping blood flow to the rest of the body.


  Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA)  Heart Attack
Definition  SCA is a chaotic electrical condition of the heart resulting in the loss of blood flow to the brain and body. The most common form of SCA is ventricular fibrillation. The medical term for a heart attack is myocardial infarction: a blockage of the coronary arteries leading to a decrease in blood flow. When this happens, the heart muscles die or become permanently damaged.
Causes Electrical impulses of the heart become chaotic due to a blow to the chest or other (sometimes-unknown) health-related issues. As a result, the heart stops beating regularly and begins to flutter rapidly. Plaque made of cholesterol and other cells builds up in the walls of the heart’s arteries. When the buildup is great enough, the plaque creates a blockage, known as an occlusion, which restricts the blood supply to the heart muscle.
Symptoms Typically, there are no symptoms to SCA. Usually, the first indication of SCA is when the victim faints. The second sign is breathing cessation. Warning signs of heart attack include a tightening feeling in the chest, a sore or numb left arm, lower back, neck, and/or jaw. Other signs include bad indigestion, a feeling that something heavy is sitting on your chest, and shortness of breath.
Victim’s Response A sudden cardiac arrest victim always loses consciousness from lack of oxygen. The victim of a heart attack is usually conscious and alert.
Risk of Death A victim of SCA will die unless treated. If left untreated, the chances of survival decrease by 10% per minute. Typically, permanent brain damage occurs within 5-7 minutes. Most victims can recover fully and lead normal lives, but about a third of heart attacks are deadly. A heart attack can lead to sudden cardiac arrest.
Treatment The only treatment for SCA is defibrillation from an automated external defibrillator (AED). A shock from the AED stops the chaotic electrical activity and allows the heart’s sinus node to resume a normal electrical impulse. One treatment of a heart attack can be angioplasty, which opens up the blocked vessels with a medical balloon. Afterwards, a stent can be placed in the artery to help keep it open. Other treatments include clot-busting drugs called thrombolytics or nitroglycerin to reduce chest pain.

For Your Heart Vein Opening

Are You Suffering from Heart Diseases?
Or have you been advised to undergo Angiography or Bypass?

Please Wait…

Before you undergo Angiography or Bypass treatment, you must try with confidence this remedy.
you will be cured.

The day before someone suffered acute pain at the place of his heart and thereafter, experienced uncomforting which continued for quite some time. He then met VAID SAHAB (Dr in Auyerveda) and disclosed to him, that when the doctors performed Angiography on him, they advised Bypass as they discovered 3 of my arteries were blocked and given a date to operate after a month.

During this period, that VAID (Dr in Auyerveda) prescribed the remedy below which he consumed exactly for a month. A day before his bypass operation, he arrived at the Cardiology Hospital in Mumbai and deposited Rs. 225,000 towards expenses for his Bypass surgery. After taking a close look at these results and his previous results, the Doctors then asked him if he took any medication after the previous tests were carried out.

He told them of Vaid sahab (Dr in Auyerveda) prescribed remedy.


Ingredients For Making Heart Vein Opening Drink Ingredients:

1 cup Lemon juice
1 cup Ginger juice
1 cup Garlic juice
1 cup Apple cider vinegar











Mix all above and simmer in low heat for about 60 minutes or till solution reduces to 3 cups.

Remove solution to cool, then mix 3 cups of natural honey and store it in a jar.

Drink one tablespoon daily before breakfast. Your vein’s blockage will open in most cases.

Enjoy your drink. Taste good too.












































































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Texila American University, has signed agreements to set up Pre medical centers in Canada. 

CEO of Texila American University signed the agreement in a meeting at the Sheraton Hotel in Detroit.

Canadian students can enjoy studying their Pre medical program in Canada, before coming to Texila for their MD program.