Home
Search results “Blood pressure limits for pilots”
Hypertension and Airman Medical Certification
 
02:35
Good news! If you have hypertension, it’s now possible to get your FAA medical certification from your AME without having to get a special issuance authorization.
How to  lower blood pressure quickly and naturally
 
03:12
Learning how to lower blood pressure quickly and naturally comes very handy, especially in times when medicines are hardly accessible. (Important : I don't own the background music) High blood pressure or hypertension is one of the most common diseases among adults. Studies show that out of every three adults around the world there is one who suffers from high blood pressure. High blood pressure should not be underestimated; it is a highly dangerous condition, with complications that may lead to death if not controlled, as it is closely linked to cardiovascular diseases, kidney failure, and diabetes and retina damage. If you are suffering from high blood pressure, these factors can increase your blood pressure: 1. Salt intake rates (more than 6 grams per day), sodium in salt causes high blood pressure. 2. Drinking Too Much Caffeine 3. Obesity can hinder the capacity of the heart to pump blood to the organs, which increases the blood pressure. 4. Lack of exercise, especially aerobic exercises such as walking, swimming, and cycling. 5. Anxiety and stress 6. Smoking. 7. high-fat diet, especially saturated fat, eating fast food Garlic may be the best treatment for high blood pressure, according to studies, garlic help to reduce blood pressure, cholesterol, and strengthen the heart. How To Lower Blood pressure quickly and naturally using garlic Eat 2 to 3 cloves of garlic throughout the day You don't have to eat them all at once. You can simply add the garlic to the foods you eat throughout the day to get up to 2 to 3 cloves you need to treat high blood pressure. Tips and warnings Be sure to brush your teeth in the morning and after every meal to get rid of garlic smell. You can also chew parsley leaves and ingested them to eliminate the smell. How to lower blood pressure immediately using Garlic tea How to prepare garlic tea 1. Peel and smash three cloves of fresh garlic 2. Wait for 10 minutes to allow the garlic to release allicin (garlic’s active compound) 3. Bring 8 ounces of water (0.25 liters) to boil and pour over the garlic cloves 4. Optional: add lemon juice or honey for the taste Consume at least once a day Here some tips on how to lower blood pressure quickly and naturally 1. Eat bananas to reduce blood pressure Studies suggest that eating potassium-rich foods is helpful in lowering blood pressure. Banana is rich in potassium, poor in sodium making it ideal for the treatment of hypertension. The following fruits and vegetables are also rich in potassium and effective in regulating blood pressure: Dried apricots, raisins, orange juice, spinach, sweet potatoes, squash, Zucchini. 2. Drink Lemon juice to bring down your blood pressure level Eating lemons regularly softens your blood vessels, which reduces high blood pressure. For better results: Add two tablespoons of lemon juice to a glass of hot water; drink it on an empty stomach. Try a lemon juice several times during the day Honey For those who suffer from high blood pressure, take 1-2 teaspoons daily, preferably on an empty stomach. You can also mix one teaspoon of honey with one teaspoon of ginger juice and two tablespoons of powdered cumin seeds to lower high blood pressure As Stated above High Blood pressure is a serious health condition if left untreated it can lead to serious complication thus the importance to learn how to lower blood pressure quickly and naturally. Sources: Can garlic lower blood pressure? A pilot study. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/8361870 http://umm.edu/health/medical/altmed/herb/garlic 00:00:29 Chop 3 cloves of garlic 00:01:34 Pour boiling water over the garlic 00:02:39 Add lemon juice Link To this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y0GOpNYt3o4 Subscribe to our channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCGnWfpIFUwI6DZuFhUuLhug Follow us on Google+ https://plus.google.com/106892211279412417539/posts/p/pub Follow us on Twitter https://twitter.com/ibloodpressure Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/thehighbloodpressureguidecom-465848226933626/
Lying and standing blood pressure
 
03:11
How to measure lying and standing blood pressure and why it is important for our patients.
►5 High Blood Pressure Solutions - Clinically Proven!
 
06:40
My favorite solution for lowering my dad’s blood pressure in just a few days: ►►http://drsam.co/yt/ReduceHBPToday ======================================= 5 Clinically Proven Solutions for Lowering Your High Blood Pressure ======================================= Thus, about 66% of the adult population has above “optimal” blood pressure levels and it only gets worse as you get older.2 The “Silent Killer” This is why high blood pressure is known as the “silent killer” because you don’t really feel like there’s anything wrong until it’s too late! And I’m very familiar with this topic because I have a family history of heart attacks and strokes, some of them caused by high blood pressure. In fact, under today’s video I’ve got a short report about how I quickly lowered my dad’s high blood pressure - without drugs or restrictive diets. Make sure to take a look after you finish this short video. I bring all of this up because I want to emphasize just how important it is for your health and longevity to make sure you control your blood pressure levels. So let’s get started with the top 5 clinically proven solutions for lowering high blood pressure. Drugs / Prescription Medications Like I said, hypertension is such a massive health problem that blood pressure drugs are the #1 most prescribed drugs in America.3 In fact, out of the top 10 most prescribed drugs - THREE of them are blood pressure drugs! And the crazy part is that there are 11 TYPES of “blood pressure lowering” drugs, which is a total of over 80 DIFFERENT medications all trying to lower hypertension. And yet, the problem is getting worse each and every year. I don’t like these drugs because they have lots of negative side-effects. However, they are valuable for SHORT-TERM usage to quickly put you into a “normal” range. But it’s definitely not a long-term solution. Diet What you eat is very important and one of the best types of diets for lowering blood pressure is a DASH diet4 - which stands for Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension. This is similar to the Mediterranean diet - both being successful at reducing hypertension and promoting weight loss at the same time. DASH promotes the consumption of vegetables, fruits, lean protein, whole grains, and low-fat dairy, and recommends avoiding sugars, red meat, and salt. Many believe that the low-sodium is responsible for its success. However, salt probably doesn't have that much to do with it... I believe the primary reason why it works so well is because it restricts your intake of fructose—as does the Mediterranean diet. The idea that salt promotes high blood pressure is actually, at least in part, a myth. Exercise Exercise has many health benefits as I’m sure you know. One of the best is the simple fact that you get some stress release. And I think we can all agree that we live in very stressful times and this additional stress contributes to hypertension. The best exercise is a combination of BOTH: Aerobic (with oxygen) - walking, jogging, swimming, dancing, etc. Anaerobic (without oxygen) - resistance exercise with weights, cables, machines, etc. Ideally 3x weekly for 30-45 minutes is a good goal. However, even a 15 minute daily walk will do wonders for your health and blood pressure levels. Rest & Relaxation Most “experts” don’t emphasize the importance of rest and relaxation - both physical and mental. Your mind is more powerful than your body and with the extra stress and worry in our modern life-styles, you MUST make some time to “unplug” and “reboot” your system. Meditation, stretching, reading, napping, walking, writing your thoughts, getting a massage, laughing, hugging, playing, etc… are all great ways to reduce your stress hormones and improve your blood pressure levels. You MUST do this daily. As my friend Tony Robbins says, this can be your “hour of power” or “30 minutes to thrive” or “15 minutes to fulfillment”. Specific Herbs, Vitamins & Minerals Most supplements don’t work. But there are a few herbs and minerals that are clinically proven to help lower your blood pressure levels naturally and quickly. Many times better than prescription medications and WITHOUT the negative side-effects. The top 5 clinically proven herbal extracts are: Grape Seed Extract English Hawthorn Berry Extract Celery Seed Extract Pomegranate Extract Lycopene Extract Click here for a natural solution: ►http://drsam.co/yt/ReduceHBPToday Or look at these: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=25zDNw3ZQU8 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TfS74a_MSgg ========================================­ Thank you for watching. Please feel free to comment, like or share with your friends. Subscribe to Dr.Sam Robbins's official Youtube channel http://drsam.co/yt/subscribe Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/DrSamRobbins Visit Dr.Sam Robbins's blog for more information on your health! http://www.drsamrobbins.com/ ======================================== Thanks DrSamRobbins
Views: 12858 Dr Sam Robbins
Medical Fitness for General Aviation Pilots by the NTSB - FAA Safety Forums at SUN 'n FUN 2015
 
37:01
"As the educational outreach arm of the FAA, the FAASTeam is committed to serving the General Aviation community, and making our skies even safer. Join the FAASTeam help us make a difference!"
World Record 83 G Deceleration Peak on Rocket Sled 1958-05-16  (1967) USAF
 
01:28
Bioastronautics & Space Medicine playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLE8248A33EE6EC9B5 The two most noted rocket sled human deceleration events in history are shown. First, on December 10, 1954, John Paul Stapp, facing forward, was accelerated to a speed of 632 mph, breaking the land speed record and making him "the fastest man on earth." The sled was then slowed by water, and Stapp took 46.2 g for 1.1 seconds. In the second event, on May 16, 1958, Eli Beeding, facing backward, was accelerated to 35 mph, then stopped in less than 1/10 second (over a distance of 1 foot). Sensors showed Beeding took a momentary peak of 82.6 g while sustaining an average of 40.4 gs for 0.04 seconds. This clip is taken from the US Air Force Film "Pioneers of the Vertical Frontier" (1967). Public domain film from the US National Archives, slightly cropped to remove uneven edges, with the aspect ratio corrected, and one-pass brightness-contrast-color correction & mild video noise reduction applied. The soundtrack was also processed with volume normalization, noise reduction, clipping reduction, and/or equalization (the resulting sound, though not perfect, is far less noisy than the original). http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eli_Beeding Eli Lackland Beeding Jr. (December 17, 1928 - December 21, 2013) was a U.S. Air Force captain and rocket test subject. In 1958, a series experiments using a miniature rocket sled began at Holloman AFB under the supervision of Colonel John Stapp and Captain Beeding. Participants rode the "Daisy Sled" (so-called because it was originally designed to be air, and not rocket, powered) at various speeds and in many different positions — even head first — in an attempt to learn more about the g-force limits of the human body. On May 16, Capt. Eli Beeding prepared to make a 40 g run. The Daisy shot down the track, reached a top speed around 35 mph, and came to a screeching halt in less than a tenth of a second. "When I hit the water brake," Beeding recalled in a recent interview, "It felt like Ted Williams had hit me on the back, about lumbar five, with a baseball bat." Beeding had barely informed flight surgeon Capt. Les Eason of his troubles when he began to experience tunnel vision and passed out. It was a scary moment, since the standard protocol for shock would be to elevate Beeding’s feet. Yet there was a chance his back was broken, in which case he shouldn’t be touched. Taking a calculated risk, Eason and Tech. Sgt. Roy Gatewood gently moved Beeding onto the side of the sled and elevated his feet. Ten minutes later, Beeding emerged from shock and was rushed to the base hospital. Doctors determined his back was only badly bruised. "I thought that was the big excitement of the day,” Beeding recalls. "But later my boss came to me and said, ‘The chest accelerometer tracing shows you got 82.6 g!’" Subsequent tests with bears showed that the reading was not a fluke, and that Beeding had indeed endured a massive g load. When word got out, the young captain made headlines as the man who had topped John Stapp's g-force record. Beeding however is quick to point out that he rode the sled backwards, and that his time at 83 gs was “infinitesimal” compared to the 1.1 second durations Stapp faced during his own tests. “That doesn’t sound like much (time),” Beeding notes, “But I guarantee you, having been through it at lesser durations, one second is an eternity.” Still, the incident was wholly remarkable and made Beeding a hero and, for several decades thereafter, his name appeared in the Guinness Book of World Records. Guinness and many other sources incorrectly reported that Beeding endured 82.6 gs for 0.04 seconds. Beeding's sled in fact deccelerated at 40.4 gs for 0.04 seconds as it slowed from 35 mph to a stop over a distance of one foot. 82.6 gs was a brief peak acceleration measured by a sensor on his chest due to elastic response of his rib cage. Beeding retired from the Air Force in 1971, later moving to Colorado where he died in 2013 at the age of 85. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Stapp Colonel John Paul Stapp, (July 11, 1910 – November 13, 1999) M.D., Ph.D., was an American career U.S. Air Force officer, flight surgeon, physician, biophysicist, and pioneer in studying the effects of acceleration and deceleration forces on humans. He was a colleague and contemporary of Chuck Yeager, and became known as "the fastest man on earth"... ...in his 29th and last ride at Holloman Air Force Base in New Mexico, Stapp demonstrated that a human can withstand at least 46.2 g (in the forward position, with adequate harnessing). This is the highest known acceleration voluntarily encountered by a human, set on December 10, 1954. Stapp reached a speed of 632 mph (1,017 km/h), which broke the land speed record and made him the fastest man on earth... Stapp died peacefully at his home in Alamogordo at the age of 89.
Views: 1632331 Jeff Quitney
Airline Pilot Practical Jokes
 
03:50
Jokes can be therapeutic, stress relievers, or just a way to relax. Good jokes can make a long, hard day seem easier or can temporarily make one forget about the troubles and problems of the day. Jokes that make people laugh can result in the lowering of blood pressure and stress levels. Consequently, other problems associated with stress and blood pressure may subside momentarily. Also, if one is experiencing moodiness laughing from good jokes may help lift the moodiness for the person.
Views: 2127 tom6666ify
BP with the Pilots
 
00:58
Views: 97 Portland Pilots
Why You Should Put YOUR MASK On First (My Brain Without Oxygen) - Smarter Every Day 157
 
10:18
There are parts of this video that I don't remember making. Click here to tweet this important information to others ▶ https://goo.gl/9R70Ca Click here to subscribe: http://bit.ly/Subscribe2SED ▼ Click below for more links! ▼ Click this link to thank NASA for letting me do this. https://goo.gl/hZhqps A Special THANK YOU to Don Pettit and the folks at the Neutral Buoyancy Laboratory for accepting the idea of me reliving a training event that I remembered from 15 years ago. Another Special THANK YOU to the US Air Force 560th Flying Training Squadron stationed at Randolph Air Force Base. A video of us flying in that T-38 is coming up soon! Also, thanks to Gordo for helping me line all this up. We couldn't have done it without you bro. Click here if you're interested in subscribing: http://bit.ly/Subscribe2SED ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ GET SMARTER SECTION http://www.nasa.gov/content/spacewalk-training-at-the-neutral-buoyancy-laboratory Check out this time of useful conciousness article: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Time_of_useful_consciousness ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Tweet Ideas to me at: http://twitter.com/smartereveryday I'm "ilikerockets" on Snapchat. Snap Code: http://i.imgur.com/7DGfEpR.png Smarter Every Day on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/SmarterEveryDay Smarter Every Day on Patreon http://www.patreon.com/smartereveryday Smarter Every Day On Instagram http://www.instagram.com/smartereveryday Smarter Every Day SubReddit http://www.reddit.com/r/smartereveryday Ambiance and musicy things by: Gordon McGladdery did the outro music the video. http://ashellinthepit.bandcamp.com/ Bethany drew the pictures and Micah helped animate them. Micah helped me edit. The thought is it my efforts making videos will help educate the world as a whole, and one day generate enough revenue to pay for my kids college education. Until then if you appreciate what you've learned in this video and the effort that went in to it, please SHARE THE VIDEO! If you REALLY liked it, feel free to pitch a few dollars Smarter Every Day by becoming a Patron. http://www.patreon.com/smartereveryday Warm Regards, Destin
Views: 5132935 SmarterEveryDay
Mutemath - Blood Pressure [Official Music Video]
 
03:17
© 2011 Teleprompt/Warner Bros. Records Inc. "Blood Pressure" by Mutemath from Odd Soul, available now. Written, directed, and filmed in less than 24 hours during an off day in Los Angeles at the Warner Bros. Records parking lot. Directed by: Claire Vogel & Darren King Produced by: Claire Vogel & Darren King Director of Photography: Claire Vogel Edited by: Darren King Download here: http://smarturl.it/hchhi5 Links: Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/mutemath Website: http://mutemath.com Twitter: http://twitter.com/mutemath Blood Pressure Lyrics: Why can't you ; be more like your older brother Why can't you; oooo (blood pressure) Why can't you; do a little more for Jesus Why can't you; (blood pressure) ooooooo Ahhhh ahhhhh [Chorus] Blood pressure Do better Keep rising Blood pressure You're on the road; on a road that's bound for nowhere Why don't you do what you're told? Blood pressure Don't worry I will help you out on one condition Be more, do more, check your blood pressure Ahhhhh ahhhhh Blood pressure Do better Keep rising Blood pressure Ahhhh ahhhhh Ohh Blood pressure Do better Keep rising Blood pressure Blood pressure Won't matter Keep rising Blood pressure Blood pressure
Views: 1788063 Warner Bros. Records
Valsalva Maneuver
 
03:19
This video introduces you to the valsalva maneuver and its uses. Disclaimers: -The information in this video only represents the knowledge of the individual(s) depicted in it and not those of any institution or other individual(s). -The authors would love to hear your feedback, but they are not responsible for any errors or liabilities held within these videos.
Views: 317381 Med School Made Easy
How to Lower Your Blood Pressure with a TOWEL
 
04:19
Official Site: http://www.LowBPdrugFree.com - The Secrets to Natural Blood Pressure Control. Clinically Proven Method to Lower your High Blood Pressure with a TOWEL. Plus, learn about The Breathtaking Nature Method, a clinically proven, drug-free way to reduce hypertension on our channel: LowBPdrugFree, and at: http://LowerBloodPressureDrugFree.com.
Views: 287329 LowBPdrugFree
Equinox Digital Blood Pressure Monitor EQ-BP-i104 Instruction Video
 
00:25
How to sync Equinox Bluetooth Digital Blood Pressure Monitor with iFittr App? Here is the tutorial to help you understand the process of syncing.
Views: 171 EQUINOX OVERSEAS
Masimo MightySat Cockpit Health Monitor Review
 
05:44
Masimo is marketing its new MightySat wireless pulse oximeter/personal health monitor to both pilots and endurance athletes. The device has a rich feature set that measures far more than blood oxygen saturation and has a $399 retail price. Aviation Consumer editor Larry Anglisano has been using the device for flying and athletic endurance training. Here's a summary of its major functions.
This Pilot Specializes In Tailspins | Human Limits
 
05:55
Most pilots train to avoid this, most pilots aren't Spencer Suderman. Watch how he conquers his fears so he can Climb On. Made possible by Coors Light. Subscribe to UPROXX for More: https://goo.gl/wWFK2D Check out more of UPROXX here: http://uproxx.com https://twitter.com/uproxx https://facebook.com/uproxx UPROXX: The premier news and culture platform for the digital generation. News, sports, music, and entertainment with a connection you won't find anywhere else.
Views: 28332 UPROXX
Space Pilot Testing Machine (1958)
 
01:00
Bretigny, France. Various shots of the space pilots being tested on space testing machines to see how their bodies react to various atmosphere and other changes. The pilot, wearing anti-G suit, takes place inside the cabin, puts on his special helmet whilst a doctor attaches equipment to his arms and on one finger to record his blood pressure. His left arm being held at the same height as his head gives precious information on his arterial pressure. Machine spinning with man in a capsule. Scientists observing the diagrams. (F.G.) Date found in the old record - 02/02/1958. FILM ID:2584.15 A VIDEO FROM BRITISH PATHÉ. EXPLORE OUR ONLINE CHANNEL, BRITISH PATHÉ TV. IT'S FULL OF GREAT DOCUMENTARIES, FASCINATING INTERVIEWS, AND CLASSIC MOVIES. http://www.britishpathe.tv/ FOR LICENSING ENQUIRIES VISIT http://www.britishpathe.com/ British Pathé also represents the Reuters historical collection, which includes more than 120,000 items from the news agencies Gaumont Graphic (1910-1932), Empire News Bulletin (1926-1930), British Paramount (1931-1957), and Gaumont British (1934-1959), as well as Visnews content from 1957 to the end of 1979. All footage can be viewed on the British Pathé website. https://www.britishpathe.com/
Views: 491 British Pathé
HERBS & Plants That Will Lower HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE Naturally. Controlling BLOOD PRESSURE With Herbs
 
11:38
9 Proven Herbs That Lower Blood Pressure! Is your recent diagnosis of hypertension worrying you? According to statistics from CDC (Center for Disease Control and Prevention) 33.5% adults over the age of 20 suffer from high blood pressure in the USA. And here’s the worrying part — you don’t have to be over 40 years old to get diagnosed with hypertension. A stressful lifestyle with a hectic work schedule coupled with poor eating habits increases risk of high blood pressure, which means that many Americans in their 30s are already diagnosed with hypertension. Your doctor has probably prescribed drugs to get your blood pressure under control, but none of these come without undesirable side effects. If you’d like to try alternative therapies that are safer, gentler and more affordable, we highly recommend you start adding these herbs and spices to your diet. Wondering what’s the difference? Herbs come from the leafy and green part of the plant. On the other hand, Spices come from non-leafy parts of the plant — such as the root, stem, bulb, bark or seeds. And now that we’ve cleared this up, let’s take a quick look at some of the best herbs that lower blood pressure, along with a few spices thrown in to give you a more comprehensive list, and also discuss why they’re good for you. Black Cumin Seeds Also known as Nigella sativa seeds, these have been traditionally used as a spice but also revered for their medicinal properties. Studies suggest that daily use of black cumin seed extract for 2 months may have a blood pressure-lowering effect in patients with mild hypertension (HT). It also helps reduce LDL cholesterol levels, which is further beneficial for cardiac health. Similar results were seen when 70 healthy volunteers aged 34 to 63 years were given Nigella sativa oil for 8 weeks in a clinical trial. Take 100 and 200 mg of Nigella sativa seed extract twice a day, or 2.5 mL Nigella sativa oil twice every day. Hawthorn Extract Hawthorn is rich in flavonoids like quercetin and OPC’s (oligomeric procyandins) that boost heart health. These reduce risk of hypertension by reducing arterial blood pressure, while also boosting blood circulation. A pilot study aimed at investigating the hypotensive potential of hawthorn extract found that it showed a promising reduction in the resting diastolic blood pressure at week 10, while it also helped reduce anxiety. You can make a tea with powdered hawthorn berry to enjoy a relaxing, BP-lowering beverage on a cold day. Or, take 500mg hawthorn extract as a daily supplement to reap the same benefits. Celery Seeds Used commonly as a flavor-enhancer for stews, soups and casserole dishes, celery seeds are an effective therapy for hypertension in traditional Chinese medicine. Studies have proven that celery seeds can be used as a safe and effective treatment for high blood pressure, while celery juice also has a similar effect on blood pressure levels because it’s a natural diuretic. When it comes to supplementing your diet with celery, you have a lot of options. According to experts, you may consume: 4 celery stalks every day 8 teaspoons of celery juice 3 times a day 1000 mg celery seed extract twice a day ½ to 1 teaspoon of celery oil 3 times a day in tincture form Garlic Garlic truly is a wonder spice. It is rich in allicin which is a potent antioxidant, antibacterial, lowers lipid levels, reduces high blood cholesterol levels, decreases serum glucose and also helps lower blood pressure. In a 2008 study published in BMC Cardiovascular Disorders, it was found that garlic is effective in reducing blood pressure in individuals with hypertension when compared to a placebo. If you want to add more garlic to your diet (because it’s such a fantastic seasoning!), choose fresh garlic instead of processed garlic seasonings as the fresh produce has enhanced cardio-protective properties. Fresh raw or dried garlic has more allicin-forming potential when compared to aged or cooked garlic. If you aren’t such a big fan of the taste and smell of garlic, you can buy it in supplement form and take 600 to 900 milligrams of garlic per day to reduce hypertension. Flax seed Rich in omega-3 fatty acids and Alpha-linolenic acid (ALA), which is the natural precursor of the cardio-protective long-chain n-3 fatty acids, flaxseeds protect heart health by reducing serum cholesterol, stabilizing blood pressure, and improving glucose tolerance. It’s also a potent antioxidant and so easy to add to any dish. According to research published in the European Journal of Clinical Nutrition, dietary supplementation with flaxseed oil (8d/day) lowers blood pressure. Another study found that there’s a significant reduction in both Systolic BP and Diastolic BP following supplementation with various flaxseed products.
Views: 12532 Healthy Eating Tips
Watch This Blood Pressure!
 
06:07
My Sister is talking behind the camera
Views: 1903 Samantha Villanueva
G-Force, Jerk, and Passing Out In A Centrifuge
 
04:49
Thanks to the Starrship team for arranging this! I'm also over on their channel, flying with the Blades: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iWY3-1gOrxk • At the Royal Air Force training centrifuge in Farnbrough, pilots learn how to avoid G-LOC: g-induced loss of consciousness. Let's talk about g-force, about jerk, and about how to keep circulation flowing to your brain. FAQs: * Isn't 3.6g a really low g-tolerance? * Yep. Turns out I would not qualify to be a fighter pilot. The average range for g-tolerance is 4-6; no-one was expecting me to pass out. The centrifuge team do not deliberately try to G-LOC people! To be fair, though, I'd done a few earlier runs with only minor effects. * What g was the RAF person at the start pulling? * That's Marcus, from the Starrship team, and he was successfully pulling 6.5g with the help of g-trousers: they plug into a compressed air source in the plane (and in the centrifuge) and act as a lower-body tourniquet to keep the blood up top. They are very effective. * Why did you shake and shudder when regaining consciousness? * Those are called "myoclonic convulsions", which is a fancy medical term for "muscle jerks", and they're a common side effect of recovering from G-LOC. * What did it feel like? * I'll answer this in more detail in a video over on the Matt and Tom channel soon, but in short: I don't remember it. I was doing the breathing maneuver, then everything was wobbly, then we were stopped! * Is this a sponsored video? * No: the RAF and Starrship had no editorial control over this, and no money changed hands. Obviously, though, they gave me a spin in the centrifuge, and I'm collaborating with them over on their channel too! THANKS TO: The RAF Centre of Aviation Medicine, the Starrship team, and the folks at Qinetiq. STARRSHIP: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/starrshiphope/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/starrshiphope/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/starrshiphope I'm at http://tomscott.com on Twitter at http://twitter.com/tomscott on Facebook at http://facebook.com/tomscott and on Snapchat and Instagram as tomscottgo
Views: 1329606 Tom Scott
Giraffe Suit to Protect Pilot from High Acceleration (G's) Environment
 
14:32
Human body without particular or special equipment can withstand up to 5 G's before it becomes unconcious. It quite normal for regular people but not for fighter jet pilot. Nowadays, with cutting edge technology, an fighter jet aircraft can do such maneuver which produces about 8 G's in acceleration. So, the pilot needs some equipment to stay awake in that environment. To solve that problem, scientists built a special suit called giraffe suit inspired by flexible contracted artery in the real giraffe's neck. How the thing works...?? How it is look like...?? The video is belong to Richard Hammond and I don't have such a copyright for that. Thanks for watching...!!
Views: 10193 mechanicalTV27
Vitamin D Improves Mood Blood Pressure in Women with Diabetes
 
01:22
In women who have type 2 diabetes and show signs of depression, vitamin D supplements significantly lowered blood pressure and improved their moods, according to a pilot study at Loyola University Chicago Niehoff School of Nursing. Vitamin D even helped the women lose a few pounds. The study was presented at the American Diabetes Association 73rd Scientific Sessions in Chicago. "Vitamin D supplementation potentially is an easy and cost-effective therapy, with minimal side effects," said Sue M. Penckofer, PhD, RN, lead author of the study and a professor in the Niehoff School of Nursing. "Larger, randomized controlled trials are needed to determine the impact of vitamin D supplementation on depression and major cardiovascular risk factors among women with Type 2 diabetes."
Zona Plus Blood Pressure Reviews   Does Zona Plus Blood Pressure Work
 
02:02
http://www.globalherbsmarketing.com/services_item/detorex/ - Zona Plus Blood Pressure Reviews - Does Zona Plus Blood Pressure Work? The Zona Plus is a blood pressure reducing isometric exerciser that was developed from technology used by the U.S. Air Force to improve F-16 pilots’ blood circulation. This exercise device claims to reduce your blood pressure without medication and clinical research by cardiovascular specialists shows the device lowers blood pressure in 90% of users who perform the therapy 12 minutes per day, five days a week. Simply hold the device and squeeze as hard as you can; the unit measures your maximum hand strength and calculates a target pressure that is 70% below your threshold. The handgrip then prompts you to maintain the target pressure, indicating when to squeeze harder or loosen your hold with audible tones and visual cues on the LCD. The price is $379.95, which might raise your blood pressure. Looking for a natural treatment to lower high blood pressure that work? We advise you to check out Detorex at http://www.globalherbsmarketing.com/services_item/detorex/ before you buy treatment for high blood pressure
Views: 2054 kathlin rosario
Pilots Reveal 16 Nuances That Make Your Flight Safe
 
09:47
How to Travel when Flying on a Plane? You’ll get some pretty unexpected and useful insider-knowledge directly from different airline crew members. We'd like to share them with you before you set forth on your next trip! Each profession has its own tricks of the trade that aren’t usually shared with anyone outside the professional circle. Aviation has always been a fascinating and mysterious line of work, and this makes it even more interesting to learn about all the secrets that we aviation outsiders have no idea about. If you’ve never heard of at least one of these facts, hit that “like” button! TIMESTAMPS Pilots are prohibited from having a beard 0:44 It's cold on planes for the sake of your health 1:14 Planes never fly in straight lines 1:46 It's better to wear sturdy shoes on a flight 2:33 Pilots and dispatchers aren’t always formal with each other 3:15 The average person will never manage to land a plane 3:42 Flights delays affect not only passengers but flight attendants as well 4:26 Pilots have to take turns going to the bathroom 4:50 Airplane food is bad, and nobody’s to blame for it 5:27 Comfortable clothes help you stay healthy 6:14 Pilots communicate with flight attendants through a bulletproof door 6:38 The smoothest place to sit is over or near the wing 7:28 There’s a secret signal if the plane has been hijacked 7:56 A hard landing is sometimes done on purpose 8:14 Cabin lights are dimmed during a nighttime landing for a reason 8:50 There’s only 15 minutes worth of oxygen in the masks 9:15 SUMMARY - Some airlines forbid their pilots from having beards. The reasoning behind this is that a beard can prevent an oxygen mask from securing to the face tightly in the event of an emergency situation. - If the air in the cabin is too warm, it can trigger this problem, so that's why the air temperature is kept cool. - Why curved lines? That’s because the Earth is round, but the map on the screen is flat. But what’s the zigzagging all about? That’s due to special flight regulations requiring pilots to stick to certain routes in order to have enough time to reach an airport in case of an emergency landing. - Take it from experienced flight crews from around the world: they beg you to leave your backless sandals and high heels at home and go for sturdier shoes. - There’s a tradition that dispatchers congratulate pilots on all holidays. Just imagine: around Christmas time, a pilot can have up to 4 flights a day, which means about 2,000 people wishing them a Merry Christmas. - Even if someone is a genius, hooked on realistic flight simulators, or ready and willing to follow all the instructions from ground control, he’s still likely to fail due to one simple thing: stress! - Flight attendants are paid only for in-flight hours. Time spent on the ground doesn’t count. The only thing that airlines offer is a small allowance for every hour spent at the airport. - When one pilot needs to use the restroom, a flight attendant must join the other pilot in the cockpit and wait until the first one returns from his bathroom break. - Tasteless airplane food is nobody’s fault but science. At high altitudes, our taste buds and sense of smell can play tricks on us. - When on a plane, go for comfortable clothes with breathable fabrics. It’ll help you tremendously when you’re trying to fall asleep. - Did you know that the door to the cockpit is bulletproof? It’s true! It’s designed to stop bullets and even small grenades. - The freshest air is near the front of the plane, and the warmest temperature in the back. - Pilots give a special signal to the airport when they’re landing: they leave the plane’s wing flaps up. It’s one of the ways to show that there’s something bad happening on the plane. - When you experience a hard landing in bad weather, it doesn’t mean that the pilot is a newbie or lacks the know-how. In fact, sometimes they do it intentionally. - Dimming the cabin lights helps passengers’ eyes adjust from the bright light of the cabin to the dim nighttime light on the ground. - There’s only enough oxygen in the masks for just a quarter of an hour, but you shouldn't panic. This is plenty of time for the pilot to take the plane to a lower altitude where you can breathe normally. Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Our Social Media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/brightside/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/brightgram/ SMART Youtube: https://goo.gl/JTfP6L 5-Minute Crafts Youtube: https://www.goo.gl/8JVmuC Have you ever seen a talking slime? Here he is – Slick Slime Sam: https://goo.gl/zarVZo ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- For more videos and articles visit: http://www.brightside.me/
Views: 1608421 BRIGHT SIDE
What Does It Take To Be An Astronaut?
 
05:47
What does it take to have the "Right Stuff" to become an Astronaut? Support us at: http://www.patreon.com/universetoday More stories at: http://www.universetoday.com/ Follow us on Twitter: @universetoday Follow us on Tumblr: http://universetoday.tumblr.com/ Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/universetoday Google+ - https://plus.google.com/+universetoday/ Instagram - http://instagram.com/universetoday Team: Fraser Cain - @fcain Jason Harmer - @jasoncharmer Susie Murph - @susiemmurph Brian Koberlein - @briankoberlein Chad Weber - weber.chad@gmail.com Kevin Gill - @kevinmgill Created by: Fraser Cain and Jason Harmer Edited by: Chad Weber Music: Left Spine Down - “X-Ray” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4tcoZNrSveE&feature=youtu.be Are you an overachiever? Are you working on multiple PhDs in obscure and difficult topics? Can you speak multiple languages, including alienese? Do you suspect, if handed the controls, you could complete the Kessel Run in fewer parsecs than Han Solo? If you said yes to any of these questions you might want to consider becoming an astronaut. In fact, if you’re an American citizen, there’s never been a better time to see if you’ve got the right stuff. NASA has opened up their astronaut corps to the few, the proud, the willing to get motion sickness in zero gravity. To boldly vomit where few have vomited before. In the olden days, you either had to be a chimpanzee or an Air Force test pilot to be allowed to take the controls of a genuine NASA rocket and break free from the surly chains of gravity. When NASA finally upgraded its astronaut corps from chimps to humans in the 1950s to begin the Mercury program, they decided they’d only allow test pilots to apply for the first missions. To fit in the cramped cabin, you had to physically be no taller than 180 cm (5’ 11”), and weigh no more than 82 kg (180 pounds). You needed to have book smarts, too. Astronaut candidates needed at least a bachelor’s degree or the equivalent, but still be under 40 years old. But most importantly, you had to be a test pilot with at least 1,500 hours of flying time and the ability to fly jets. If you didn’t have hours behind the stick, piloting the most insane flying machines dreamt up by those nutty scientists, well then you didn’t have the right stuff. Those qualifications continued through the Gemini and Apollo program, although, they relaxed them somewhat, allowing younger astronauts, and those with less flight time. In the recruitment of astronauts in 1965, they allowed a new class of scientist-astronauts; folks with science degrees and no flight time. The most famous of these was Jack Schmitt, a geologist who walked on the Moon with Apollo 17. NASA now understands that they need astronauts with a wide range of space-based skills, and not just a bunch of test pilots. There are two kinds of people who get to go to space: pilots and mission specialists. The first category are the commanders and pilot astronauts - the folks who actually fly the spacecraft. They’re the ones with thousands of hours behind the stick of a modern jet, the more cockamamie the better. To be qualified as a pilot astronaut, you need to have at least 1,000 hours of pilot-in-command time in a jet aircraft. You need to be healthy, with normal blood pressure, good vision and a height between 158 - 191 cm (62 and 75 inches). There are no longer any age restrictions, so astronauts have been selected between 26 and 46 years old. You need a degree in some kind of space-related science, like engineering, mathematics, biological science and physical science. But that’s a minimum. You really want to have an advanced degree, or even multiple degrees. So, if you’re a healthy, eagle-eyed test pilot with a few advanced degrees, you should apply. The other category is the mission specialists. These are the astronauts with specialties that will come into play on a space mission. For example: doctors, engineers, particle physicists, xenobiologists, alien translators, droid mechanics, etc. Since you won’t be required to fly the spacecraft, test pilot experience isn’t necessary, but you’ll need to have the same physical health as the pilot astronaut. Well, are you going to sign up and become an astronaut? Where do you think your mission will go? Tell us in the comments below. In our next episode, we finally decide whether we should send humans back to the Moon or off to Mars. Want to hear that decision? Make sure you subscribe to our channel, so you’ll get notified the moment we publish it. Speaking of bloopers, our Patreon community sees entire blooper reels, gets advanced access to all our videos, and sees no ads on Universe Today. Join the club of 511 amazing people who support us in making great space and astronomy content. The people who make these shows even possible. Like: Matthew Cimone and Steve Dalton. Want to get in on the action? Click here.
Views: 29108 Fraser Cain
►► How To Get Rid Of High Blood Pressure At Home (By Watermelon Seeds)
 
01:42
How To Get Rid Of High Blood Pressure At Home (By Watermelon Seeds) Watermelon seeds contain a complex called cucurbocitrin, which helps widen the blood capillaries. At the same period, it moreover helps baby book kidney animate. This in point reduces blood pressure levels and in addition to helps a lot considering arthritis. Also, a 2010 Florida State pilot breakdown found that watermelon can benefit humiliate blood pressure due to its vasodilatory effect. Direction Grind equal quantities of dried watermelon seeds and poppy seeds (khus khus). Take one teaspoon of this merger in the day a propos an blank front and anew in the evening. Alternatively, ensue two teaspoons of gently crushed, dried watermelon seeds to one cup of boiled water. Steep it for about an hour, subsequently strain it. Take four tablespoons of this water at regular intervals throughout the daylight. Play Again:https://youtu.be/1AKiWL0M7fk Follow Us On: ======================================================== Please Subscribe Our Channel:https://www.youtube.com/c/RLHealthCare?sub_confirmation=1 Google Plus:https://plus.google.com/u/0/117936561224141044906 Blogger:http://rlhealthcare.blogspot.com/ Medium:https://medium.com/@RLHealthCare Tumblr:https://www.tumblr.com/blog/rlhealthcare WordPress:https://rlhealthcare.wordpress.com/ Twitter:https://twitter.com/RLHealthCare1 Pinterest:https://www.pinterest.com/RL_Health_Care/ Digg:http://digg.com/u/RL_Health_Cares Thanks For Watching How To Get Rid Of High Blood Pressure At Home (By Watermelon Seeds) =============================================== DISCLAIMER: This information in this video are provided for general and educational purposes only and do not constitute any legal, medical or other professional advice on any subject matter. It is always better to see a doctor depending upon the intensity of the case.
Views: 267 RL Health Care
Self-Imposed Stress and Aviation (Physiology of Flight No. 11) - (1990) FAA Pilot Training
 
17:23
"Physiology of Flight: Self-Imposed Stress and Aviation" Federal Aviation Administration pilot training film from the Civil Aerospace Medical Institute.'' https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aerospace_physiology Aerospace physiology is the study of the effects of high altitudes on the body, such as different pressures and levels of oxygen. At different altitudes the body may react in different ways, provoking more cardiac output, and producing more erythrocytes. These changes cause more energy waste in the body, causing muscle fatigue, but this varies depending on the level of the altitude. Effects of altitude[edit] The physics that affect the body in the sky or in space are different from the ground. For example, barometric pressure is different at different heights. At sea level barometric pressure is 760 mmHg; at 3.048 mts above sea level, barometric pressure is 523 mmHg, and at 15.240 mts, the barometric pressure is 87 mmHg. As the barometric pressure decreases, atmospheric partial pressure decreases also. This pressure is always below 20% of the total barometric pressure. At sea level, alveolar partial pressure of oxygen is 104 mmHg, reaching 6000 meters above the sea level. This pressure will decrease up to 40 mmHg in a non-acclimated person, but in an acclimated person, it will decrease as much as 52 mmHg. This is because alveolar ventilation will increase more in the acclimated person.[1] Aviation physiology can also include the effect in humans and animals exposed for long periods of time inside pressurized cabins[2] The other main issue with altitude is hypoxia, caused by both the lack of barometric pressure and the decrease in oxygen as the body rises.[3] With exposure at higher altitudes, alveolar carbon dioxide partial pressure (PCO2) decreases from 40 mmHg (sea level) to lower levels. With a person acclimated to sea level, ventilation increases about five times and the carbon dioxide partial pressure decreases up to 6 mmHg. In an altitude of 3040 meters, arterial saturation of oxygen elevates to 90%, but over this altitude arterial saturation of oxygen decreases rapidly as much as 70% (6000 mts), and decreases more at higher altitudes.[4] g-forces[edit] g-forces are mostly experienced by the body during flight, especially high speed flight and space travel. This includes positive g-force, negative g-force and zero g-force, caused by simple acceleration, deceleration and centrifugal acceleration. When an airplane turns, centrifugal acceleration is determined by ƒ=mv2/r. This indicates that if speed increases, centrifugal acceleration force also increases in proportion to the square of the speed.[5] When an aviator is submitted to positive g-force in acceleration, the blood will move to the inferior part of the body, meaning that if the g-force is elevated, all the blood pressure in veins will increase. This means less blood reaches the heart, affecting its ability to function, with decreased circulation.[6] The effects for negative g-force can be more dangerous producing hyperemia and also psychotic episodes. In space, G forces are almost zero, which is called microgravity, meaning that the person is floating in the interior of the vessel. This happens because the gravity acts on the spaceship and in the body equally, both are pulled with the same forces of acceleration and also in the same direction.
Views: 51 Old Movies Reborn
Speak out India: Drunk pilots allowed to fly
 
24:45
Pilots continue to turn up drunk for work despite restrictions and tests. Between 2009 and February 2014, a total of 165 pilots across the country were found to have high blood alcohol levels during checks.Delhi tops the list with 50 pilots being grounded after reporting drunk for work in the last five years. For More information on this news visit : http://www.newsx.com/ Connect with us on Social platform at : http://www.facebook.com/newsxonline Subscribe to our YouTube Channel : http://www.youtube.com/newsxlive
Views: 134 NewsX
#instant blood pressure # mobile  APP IN BANGLA REJAUL 2018
 
03:06
THIS VIDEOS INSTANT BLOOD PRESSURE IN THIS VIDEOS IN BANGLA 2018 REJAUL ISLAM Hi friend welcome to rejaul islam channel subscribe and like, share, comment now. Description:: THANK YOU ALL for your support (subscriptions, likes, Comments and shares) COMPUTER,INTERNET, EDUCATION,FUNNY,news,hindi news, bangla news 2018,VIDEO TUTORAILS rejaul islam channel (video) for: Android, Computer, Internet ,Facebook, Youtube, Dailymotion,Mobile ,internet , , Discovering New Technology, and Online Tips & Tricks Classes. rejaul islam, Channel ? ??????? ? ?? Channel ???? ???? ????? ???? computer,mobile,education, softwers etc. online video ????? ?? ?? ??????? ???? ?? Channel ?? ?? ??? ?????? ????? ??? ??????? ???? ? ?? ??????? ???? ???? Request Please Channel ?? ?? SUBSCRIBE ??? ??? Youtube channel (CREDIT) Please Read Here Full Details: http://zeenews.india.com/ Disclaimer : This video is for educational purposes only. Copyright Disclaimer under section 107 of the Copyright Act of 1976, allowance is made for “fair use” for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, education and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCgOaimz8RdztE2t_oiFWmwA?view_as=subscriber https://rejaulislamwb.blogspot.in https://www.facebook.com/groups/REJAUL360
Views: 92 rejaul islam
Blood Pressure Companion App Review
 
04:28
Blood Pressure Companion App serves its purpose well. It is an “at your fingertips” organizer for tracking systolic and diastolic blood pressures along with heart rate and body weight. See our full app review: https://search.bridgingapps.org/apps/176a5970-b205-1060-cb3e-0df53298e0d6
Views: 3643 BridgingApps
How to  lower blood pressure quickly
 
03:12
Learning how to lower blood pressure quickly and naturally comes very handy, especially in times when medicines are hardly accessible. High blood pressure or hypertension is one of the most common diseases among adults. Studies show that out of every three adults around the world there is one who suffers from high blood pressure. High blood pressure should not be underestimated; it is a highly dangerous condition, with complications that may lead to death if not controlled, as it is closely linked to cardiovascular diseases, kidney failure, and diabetes and retina damage. If you are suffering from high blood pressure, these factors can increase your blood pressure: 1. Salt intake rates (more than 6 grams per day), sodium in salt causes high blood pressure. 2. Drinking Too Much Caffeine 3. Obesity can hinder the capacity of the heart to pump blood to the organs, which increases the blood pressure. 4. Lack of exercise, especially aerobic exercises such as walking, swimming, and cycling. 5. Anxiety and stress 6. Smoking. 7. high-fat diet, especially saturated fat, eating fast food Garlic may be the best treatment for high blood pressure, according to studies, garlic help to reduce blood pressure, cholesterol, and strengthen the heart. How To Lower Blood pressure quickly and naturally using garlic Eat 2 to 3 cloves of garlic throughout the day You don't have to eat them all at once. You can simply add the garlic to the foods you eat throughout the day to get up to 2 to 3 cloves you need to treat high blood pressure. Tips and warnings Be sure to brush your teeth in the morning and after every meal to get rid of garlic smell. You can also chew parsley leaves and ingested them to eliminate the smell. How to lower blood pressure immediately using Garlic tea How to prepare garlic tea 1. Peel and smash three cloves of fresh garlic 2. Wait for 10 minutes to allow the garlic to release allicin (garlic’s active compound) 3. Bring 8 ounces of water (0.25 liters) to boil and pour over the garlic cloves 4. Optional: add lemon juice or honey for the taste Consume at least once a day Here some tips on how to lower blood pressure quickly and naturally 1. Eat bananas to reduce blood pressure Studies suggest that eating potassium-rich foods is helpful in lowering blood pressure. Banana is rich in potassium, poor in sodium making it ideal for the treatment of hypertension. The following fruits and vegetables are also rich in potassium and effective in regulating blood pressure: Dried apricots, raisins, orange juice, spinach, sweet potatoes, squash, Zucchini. 2. Drink Lemon juice to bring down your blood pressure level Eating lemons regularly softens your blood vessels, which reduces high blood pressure. For better results: Add two tablespoons of lemon juice to a glass of hot water; drink it on an empty stomach. Try a lemon juice several times during the day Honey For those who suffer from high blood pressure, take 1-2 teaspoons daily, preferably on an empty stomach. You can also mix one teaspoon of honey with one teaspoon of ginger juice and two tablespoons of powdered cumin seeds to lower high blood pressure As Stated above High Blood pressure is a serious health condition if left untreated it can lead to serious complication thus the importance to learn how to lower blood pressure quickly and naturally. Sources: Can garlic lower blood pressure? A pilot study. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/8361870 http://umm.edu/health/medical/altmed/herb/garlic 00:00:29 Chop 3 cloves of garlic 00:01:34 Pour boiling water over the garlic 00:02:39 Add lemon juice Link To this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y0GOpNYt3o4 Subscribe to our channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCGnWfpIFUwI6DZuFhUuLhug Follow us on Google+ https://plus.google.com/106892211279412417539/posts/p/pub Follow us on Twitter https://twitter.com/ibloodpressure Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/thehighbloodpressureguidecom-465848226933626/
Air Force Story v2c8 "HUMAN FACTORS IN SPACE FLIGHT 1950-1960" 1960 USAF
 
13:35
video for embedding at http://scitech.quickfound.net/astro/space_news.html "Documents 10 years of research to determine man's physical and physiological ability in space flight. includes tests of g-forces, spacesuits, balloon flights and oxygen re-use equipment." - Public domain film from the National Archives, slightly cropped to remove uneven edges, with the aspect ratio corrected, and mild video noise reduction applied. - The soundtrack was also processed with clipping reduction and volume leveling. "The Air Force Story," Vol 2, Chapter 8 from Bioastronautics Data Book, 2nd edition 1973 http://ntrs.nasa.gov/archive/nasa/casi.ntrs.nasa.gov/19730006364_1973006364.pdf Recent studies of dogs, squirrel monkeys, and baboons decompressed in 2 seconds from 250 to 1 to 2 mm Hg absolute (Bancroft & Dunn, 1965; Cooke et at., 1967; Cooke et at., 1968) have demonstrated remarkable similarity among these species in responses to exposure to a near vacuum. Chimpanzees respond in the same way, though at a slower rate, to this stress. It is reasonable to assume that similar responses would occur in humans exposed to very low pressures by puncture of a space vehicle or suit or failure of a pressure seal under space-equivalent conditions. Some degree of consciousness will probably be retained for 9 to 11 seconds (see chapter2 under the heading Hypoxia). In rapid sequence thereafter, paralysis will be followed by generalized convulsions and paralysis once again. During this time, water vapor will form rapidly in the soft tissues and somewhat less rapidly in the venous blood. This evolution of vapor will cause marked swelling of the body to perhaps as much as twice its normal volume unless it is restrained by a pressure suit. (It has been demonstrated that a properly fitted elastic garment can entirely prevent ebullism at pressures as low as 15 mm Hg absolute lWebb, 1969, 1970].) Heart rate may rise initially but will fall rapidly thereafter. Arterial blood pressure will also fall over a period of 30 to 60 seconds, while venous pressure rises due to distension of the venous system by gas and vapor. Venous pressure will meet or exceed arterial pressure within 1 minute. There will be virtually no effective circulation of blood. After an initial rush of gas from the lungs during decompression, g_ and water vapor will continue to flow outward through the airways. This continual ewporation of water will cool the mouth and nose to near-freezing temperatures; the remainder of the body will also become cooled, but more slowly. Cooke and Bancroft (1966) reported occasional deaths in animals due to fibrillation of the heart during the first minute of exposure to near-vacuum conditions. Ordinarily, however, survival was the rule if recompression occurred within about 90 seconds. The hearts in these studies tolerated even repeated decompression well (Cooke & Bancroft, 1966), although it is by no means certain that the human heart will be as tolerant. Once heart action ceased, death was inevitable, despite attempts at resuscitation. During recompression, as the absolute pressure exceeded about 50 mm tlg (1 psia), a dramatic reduction in swelling was demonstrated. Breathing usually began spontmwously, the time being dependent on the duration of exposure at minimum pressure. Heart rate and blood pressure rose to fairly high levels, then gradually returned toward normal. Therc was suggestive evidence in the Cooke and Bancroft studies that denitrogenation prior to exposure, and recompression with 100 percent oxygen, both improvcd recovery time and decreased mortality. Neurological problems, including blindness and other defects in vision, were common after exposures (see problems due to evolved gas), but usually disappeared fairly rapidly. It is very unlikely that a human suddenly exposed to a vacuum will have more than 5 to 10 seconds to help himself. If immediate help is at hand... Barometric pressures below those at which adequate blood and tissue oxygenation can be maintained (about 190 mm Hg, 3.7 psia) must be considered hostile for more than brief exposures without proper protective equipment (see chapter 2); those below about 100 mm Hg (1.9 psia) must be considered hostile for any exposure. Pressures much below 50 mm Hg cause almost immediate failure of the circulation and total anoxia and must be considered lethal if sustained for more than 60 to 90 seconds.
Views: 15054 Jeff Quitney
Life as an Airline Pilot
 
09:36
If you want to help this channel and access full resolution pictures, raw videos and more, visit my Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/golfcharlie232 Most sequences filmed from the jumpseat. Front seat filming with a camera either mounted on a suction cup or attached to the headset. Some footage filmed from a passenger seat. Part 1. Intro 0:00 to 1:38 , soundtrack: Audiomachine - Redemption Part 2. City tour (Alicante) 1:39 to 2:30 , soundtrack: Thomas Bergersen - Immortal Part 3. Flying Scenes 2:31 to 5:40 , same soundtrack (Thomas Bergersen - Immortal) Part 4. Days Off, flying gliders 5:41 to 7:09 , soundtrack: Dub Zero - To The Skys Part 5. Flying Scenes 7:10 to 9:37 , soundtrack: Data Romance - Night Section Rendered with Sony Vegas HD 11.0
Views: 5299136 Live from the Flight Deck
sUAS and aeromedical information for the remote pilot (Part 1)
 
08:04
Brand New Remote Pilot Online Course! Learn everything you need to become a Certified Drone Operator and prepare for the Remote Pilot 107 Test. Stop in at www.rp107.com and lets get started! We hit #1 Best Seller on Amazon with our book called "Remote Pilot 107 Online" We are celebrating and giving it away for free in PDF download form. Get your copy here: https://remotepilot.mykajabi.com/pl/15241 I’m going to talk to you today about Aeromedical. Aeromedical are physiological factors, including drugs and alcohol, affecting pilot performance. Pilot Restrictions: 14 CFR part 107 does not allow operation of small unmanned aircraft if the remote pilot, or PIC, the person manipulating the controls, or Visual Observer, is unable to safely carry out his or her responsibilities. It is the pilot and command’s responsibility to ensure all crew members are not impaired. A crew member is any person involved in the small unmanned aircraft operation. No person will act as the PIC or crewmember if: he or she has consumed any alcoholic beverage within the preceding eight hours, or has a blood alcohol concentration of .04 percent or greater, or is using a drug that affects the person’s mental or physical capabilities. It is a pilot’s responsibility to conduct a self-evaluation and identify any condition that would make flight operations unsafe. Important medical factors that a pilot should be aware of include the following: hyperventilation, stress, fatigue, dehydration, heatstroke, the effects of alcohol and drugs. We will talk in detail about each of these to keep you safe and to know what you need to know for your practical or oral part of your checkride. First, we’ll talk about hyperventilation. This is the excessive rate and depth of respiration leading to abnormal loss of carbon dioxide from the blood. This condition occurs more often among pilots than is generally recognized. It seldom incapacitates completely, but it causes disturbing symptoms that can alarm the uninformed pilot. In such cases, increased breathing rate and anxiety further aggravate the problem. Hyperventilation can lead to unconsciousness due to the respiratory system’s overriding mechanism to regain control of the breathing. Pilots encountering an unexpected stressful situation may subconsciously increase their breathing rate. Common symptoms of hyperventilation will include: visual impairment, unconsciousness, lightheaded or dizzy sensation, tingling sensations, hot and cold sensations, muscle spasms. The treatment for hyperventilation involves restoring the proper carbon dioxide level in the blood. Breathing normally is both the best prevention and the best cure for hyperventilation. In addition to slowing the breathing rate, breathing into a paper bag or talking aloud helps to overcome hyperventilation. Recovery is usually rapid once the breathing rate is returned to normal. Stress. Stress is the body’s response to physical and psychological demands placed upon it. The body’s reaction to stress includes releasing chemical hormones, such as adrenaline, into the blood, and increasing metabolism to provide more energy to the muscles. Blood sugar, heart rate, respiration, blood pressure, and perspiration all increase. The term “stressor” is used to describe an element that causes an individual to experience stress. Examples of stressors include: physical stress (noise or vibration), physiological stress (fatigue), and psychological stress (difficult work or personal situations). Stress falls into two broad categories: acute and chronic. Acute is short term. Chronic is long term. Acute stress involves an immediate threat and is perceived as danger. This is a type of stress that triggers a flight-or-fight response in an individual, whether the threat is real or imagined. Chronic stress can be defined as: a level of stress that represents an intolerable burden, exceeds the ability of an individual to cope, and causes individual performance to fall sharply. Unrelenting pressure can produce a cumulative level of stress that exceeds a person’s ability to cope with the situation. When stress reaches these levels, performance falls off rapidly. Pilots who experience this level of stress are not safe and should not act as crew member or PIC. Pilots who suspect they are suffering from chronic stress should consult a physician. Fatigue. Fatigue is frequently associated with pilot error. Some of the effects of fatigue include: degradation of attention and concentration, impaired coordination, and decreased ability to communicate. These factors seriously influence the ability to make effective decisions. Physical fatigue results from sleep loss, exercise, or physical work. Factors such as stress and prolonged performance of cognitive work result in mental fatigue. Like stress, fatigue falls into two broad categories: acute and chronic. Acute fatigue is short term and a normal occurrence in everyday living.
★★★★★ ChoiceMMed Portable Sports and Aviation Pulse Oximeter - Amazon
 
01:22
🎬 Video Review 🎬 ✏️ Plus Bonus Top 5 Beau Thoughts: 1⃣ Bright, brilliant LED read-out. 2⃣ Fast response time. 3⃣ Doesn’t pinch the finger (tried on several men of varying sizes). 4⃣ Visual indicator of the blood pressure wave is very helpful (this ensures you have a good pulse and the readout is going to be accurate). 5⃣ Batteries are included. Hope this is helpful! Note the company sent me this product to demonstrate on video and offer my personal opinion. I don't work for them, nor am I paid anything that might sway my personal opinion of this product's performance. 📍 Bottom line: would I recommend this product to one of my friends? 👍 Yes, absolutely. http://www.amazon.com/ChoiceMMed-Portable-Aviation-Directions-Batteries/dp/B00NSA07MK/ref=sr_1_1?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1436744687&sr=8-1&keywords=ChoiceMMed+Portable+Sports+and+Aviation+Pulse+Oximeter+with+Dual+Color+OLED+Screen+Displays+SpO2%2CPulse+Rate+and+SpO2+Waveform+in+4+Directions%2CFree+Lanyard%2CBatteries ★ ☆ Original review from Beau Chevassus, Knok Studio (Media for non-profits), http://www.knok.tv From Beau Chevassus: http://smile.amazon.com/gp/profile/A1IJUCICSBF7LA
Views: 372 Beau Reviews
5 Simple Cure Home Remedies for Heart Disease
 
02:09
5 Simple Cure Home Remedies for Heart Disease It would be an understatement to say that medical science has prolonged our life expectancy. In fact, in a short span human life span has increased from 65 years to 78 years. But unfortunately, most of the seniors suffer from several heart ailments. 1. Garlic Studies have found that a single clove of garlic consumed every day can help to reduce the production of ‘bad’ LDL cholesterol, raise the production of ‘good’ HDL cholesterol and also keep blood pressure within normal limits. 2. Ginger. Studies have shown that ginger is capable of preventing formation of clots, improving blood circulation and lowering LDL cholesterol levels. In fact, certain laboratory studies have found ginger to be more effective than the drug aspirin as a blood clot preventer. 3. Hawthorn. Findings from pilot research and animal studies suggest that the herbal remedy hawthorn extract may help lower blood pressure, reduce levels of blood fats, and aid in the prevention of atherosclerosis. 4. Flaxseed. A number of studies have demonstrated that flaxseed may signficantly lower total and LDL cholesterol levels. Postmenopausal women and individuals with higher cholesterol levels may be more likely to benefit from flaxseed's cholesterol-fighting effects. 5. Pomegranate. Modern scientists have shown that this belief is well justified. Powerful antioxidant chemicals in pomegranate fruit and juice may help reverse atherosclerosis and lower blood pressure. If you have any beauty related question then comment, if you like the video thumbs up and share with your friend, If want to see more video then subscribe the channel and stay with us. _________________________________________________ ---Subscribe My Channel : http://bit.ly/2kRwizu ---How To Remove Underarms : http://bit.ly/2lpAi83 ---Get Perfect Brows At Home :http://bit.ly/2kRqeXB ---Pimples problem :http://bit.ly/2kRuXbR ---Like me on FB Fan Page: http://bit.ly/2kRqIgg ---Follow me On G+ : http://bit.ly/2k1GANW ---Follow me On twitter: http://bit.ly/2k1zjc5 ________________________________________________ Thanks for watching.. Image Source: pixabay.com article.images.consumerreports.org drealfmgrenada.com
Views: 44 HW Beauty
What regulations are there to limit salt in food & protect consumers?
 
11:16
Cardiovascular diseases are the leading cause of death worldwide, and high blood pressure is a major risk factor. For the estimated one in three people who will develop high blood pressure, a high-sodium diet may be to blame. Longevity is joined by Jacolien Richards from the Consumer Goods Council of South Africa to shed some light on what regulations are in place to limit salt in certain foods and protect consumers.
Views: 162 CNBCAfrica
Pulse Oximeters: 5 Fast Facts
 
02:42
See The 10 Best Pulse Oximeters on Ezvid Wiki ►► https://wiki.ezvid.com/best-pulse-oximeters Fact #1. A pulse oximeter is an effective way to measure blood oxygen saturation and pulse rate. They're mainly used in hospitals and operating rooms, but they're also used in physical therapy clinics and for home monitoring. They give accurate readings within seconds, which is especially important in an emergency situation. Fact #2. These devices are most beneficial for patients with asthma, emphysema, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, and other respiratory conditions. Anyone who has serious respiratory problems needs to have their blood oxygen levels checked regularly, so having a pulse oximeter on hand is vital. Fact #3. Patients with serious cardiac conditions regularly experience low oxygen levels. These devices help them monitor their blood oxygen levels and use supplementary oxygen as needed. They can also show the change in blood volume during a pulse of the heart. This is often a good indication of the heart's general condition. Fact #4. Doctors often recommend exercise to improve the physical stamina and overall fitness of patients with respiratory disease. However, exercise can also result in the patient being more short of breath. Patients can monitor their oxygen saturation with pulse oximeters while exercising, adjusting the pace as their blood's oxygen saturation decreases. Utilizing proper breathing techniques during rehabilitation can increase the levels of oxygen in the bloodstream. Many people with low oxygen levels are able to increase these levels using simple breathing techniques, such as pursed lip breathing. Fact #5. Pilots, mountain climbers, and people working in high altitudes also use these to help guard themselves against cerebral hypoxia, which is when the brain has been completely deprived of oxygen. They can also help athletes gain lung endurance or train for high altitude exertion. The reduction in oxygen level increases the number of red blood cells in athletes, and helps to increase their endurance levels.
Views: 893 Ezvid Wiki
Nightcore - Jumpsuit (Lyrics) [Twenty One Pilots]
 
03:25
Nightcore - Jumpsuit (Lyrics) [Twenty One Pilots] We will nightcore them! If you like my videos, hit this button: https://goo.gl/wbQyi5 More nightcore for you: https://goo.gl/aGYRqV Original song: ​Twenty One Pilots – Jumpsuit speed up Support ​Twenty One Pilots: http://www.twentyonepilots.com https://www.instagram.com/twentyonepilots/ https://twitter.com/twentyonepilots https://www.facebook.com/twentyonepilots Picture: https://imgur.com/a/bqWg7hP Lyrics [Intro] Cover me [Chorus] I can't believe how much I hate Pressures of a new place roll my way Jumpsuit, jumpsuit, cover me Jumpsuit, jumpsuit, cover me I crumble underneath the weight Pressures of a new place roll my way Jumpsuit, jumpsuit, cover me Jumpsuit, jumpsuit, cover me [Verse] Spirits in my room, friend or foe? Felt it in my youth, feel it when I'm old Jumpsuit, jumpsuit (cover me) Dusting off my jumpsuit, cover me [Chorus] I can't believe how much I hate Pressures of a new place roll my way Jumpsuit, jumpsuit, cover me Jumpsuit, jumpsuit, cover me [Bridge] I'll be right there But you'll have to grab my throat and lift me in the air If you need anyone, I'll stop my plans But you'll have to tie me down and then break both my hands If you need anyone, I'll be right there But you'll have to grab my throat and lift me in the air (if you need anyone) If you need anyone (if you need anyone) If you need anyone (if you need anyone) If you need anyone (If you need anyone) [Chorus] I can't believe how much I hate Pressures of a new place roll my way Jumpsuit, jumpsuit, cover me Oh, jumpsuit, jumpsuit, cover me, ohh! [Outro] Jumpsuit, jumpsuit, cover me! Jumpsuit, jumpsuit, cover me! "I don't own anything in the video, including the audio and picture. The credits go to the respective owners." ─────────── ✘ TAGS ✘ ──────────── #rock #nightcore #lyrics #pop #playlist #music #anime #gamingmusic #TwentyOnePilots #Jumpsuit
Призрак(фильм) Русские комедии 2016
 
01:45:39
Школьник Ваня Кузнецов был пустым местом всегда. Жертва гиперопеки матери, объект насмешек одноклассников, он боится даже заговорить с девочкой, в которую давно влюблен. У Юры есть неделя, чтобы закончить дело своей жизни и поднять самолет в воздух. Ваня — единственный, кто его видит и может ему помочь. Фильмы онлайн - http://bit.ly/filmsonline Фильмы онлайн (HD) - http://bit.ly/filmsHD Трейлеры - http://bit.ly/1tM4897 Лучшие моменты - http://bit.ly/1xB4T4k Фильмы комедии - http://bit.ly/1AlZ5hr Фильмы про войну - http://bit.ly/1BuYZ5X Фильмы про любовь - http://bit.ly/1xzWePS Фильмы драма - http://bit.ly/1BGcCO1 Мультфильмы - http://bit.ly/1xB0PAU Фильмография Алексея Балабанова - http://bit.ly/17fSwAQ Сайт http://ctb.ru/
Gov′t to expand telemedicine pilot project this year 

′원격의료′ 군부대• 원양선원• 외국인까지 확
 
02:11
The Korean government is planning to expand the country′s first pilot project for telemedicine, which provides clinical health care at a distance. The budget will get a boost and the beneficiaries will now include a broader range of patients, from sailors and soldiers to foreigners outside of Korea. Paul Yi reports. A doctor in Korea is treating his patient in India. The check up is done by video chat and the physician checks the patient′s blood-sugar level using a smartphone application. It′s similar to a pilot project on telemedicine launched last year by the Korean government. "Your blood sugar level is out of balance because you′re eating a lot of greasy food like fried chicken." "I′m not managing my diet properly these days, but I will try to be more careful from now on." The telemedicine business is expected to see big growth in Korea this year. Last year′s pilot project was limited to 18 small clinics and public health centers but will jump to 140 this year. The project, which last year involved elderly patients with diabetes and high blood pressure, will now include soldiers, sailors at sea and foreigners outside of Korea. The government plans to equip designated vessels at sea with the tools to run a telemedicine center capable of providing treatment to sailors and soldiers at a distance. Foreigners outside of Korea who are participating in the project will be given a health screening before and after they come to Korea for medical treatment. The budget for the project has risen seven-fold, going from 1-point-2 million U.S. dollars last year to 8-point-3 million this year. "The program is being carried out in cooperation with six ministries. We plan to diversify the business model so that people from all walks of life can benefit from telemedicine." In response to concerns raised by Korea′s doctors′ union about cyber security, officials say they are examining possible countermeasures and will come up with a comprehensive set of security guidelines. Paul Yi, Arirang News.
Views: 94 ARIRANG NEWS
Herbal viagra effects: ‘natural’ viagra use could lead to extremely low blood pressure - TomoNews
 
01:09
WASHINGTON — While herbal viagra claims to be purely herbal, ingredients vary per brand and are often unlisted. The FDA has warned against using these herbal supplements, as they are not subject to the same standards as prescription drugs. According to the Mayo Clinic, viagra is a prescription medication that uses Sildenafil to stimulate an erection by increasing blood flow to the penis. Herbal or natural alternatives to viagra purportedly do the same, but often have unlisted ingredients. The British National Health Service warns that some brands, such as 'Jia Yi Jian', include prescription-only drugs Taladafil, used for erectile dysfunction, and Sibutramine, which is used to treat obesity. This brand of herbal viagra uses double the maximum dosage of Taladafil and four times the allowed amount of Sibutramine. The danger in using herbal viagra is that unlike regular viagra, the increase in blood flow applies to other body parts as well, not just the penis. This can lead to a rapid drop in blood pressure, even restricting blood flow to vital organs, especially when taken with heart disease medication, anti-depressants, or alcohol, reports the Los Angeles Times. Compared to viagra, which sells for more than $40 for one pill, a 30-capsule bottle of herbal viagra costs much less. Herbal viagra can also be bought without a prescription, either over the counter or online. ----------------------------------------­--------------------- Welcome to TomoNews, where we animate the most entertaining news on the internets. Come here for an animated look at viral headlines, US news, celebrity gossip, salacious scandals, dumb criminals and much more! Subscribe now for daily news animations that will knock your socks off. Visit our official website for all the latest, uncensored videos: http://us.tomonews.net Check out our Android app: http://bit.ly/1rddhCj Check out our iOS app: http://bit.ly/1gO3z1f Get top stories delivered to your inbox everyday: http://bit.ly/tomo-newsletter Stay connected with us here: Facebook http://www.facebook.com/TomoNewsUS Twitter @tomonewsus http://www.twitter.com/TomoNewsUS Google+ http://plus.google.com/+TomoNewsUS/ Instagram @tomonewsus http://instagram.com/tomonewsus -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Crying dog breaks the internet’s heart — but this sad dog story has a happy ending" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4prKTN9bYQc -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
Views: 7015 TomoNews US
Running shoe comparative Heart Rate Pilot Study
 
02:31
The patented Airia outsole, used in Airia One and the new Airia 1.5, is constructed to produce a more biomechanically effective running stride. But is it possible to detect a difference in physiological response? The pilot study shows promising results for the Airia shoes. Read more: http://goo.gl/CmPmqY
Views: 292 Airia
The Kills - Future Starts Slow
 
04:08
Lyrics : You can holler, you can wail You can swing, you can flail You can thump like a broken sail But I'll never give you up If I ever give you up my heart will surely fail And after all God can keep my soul England have my bones But don't ever give me up I could never get back up when the future starts so slow No longing for the moonlight No longing for the sun No longer will I curse the bad I've done If there's a time when your feelings gone, I wanna feel it You can holler, you can wail You can blow what's left of my right mind You can swing, you can flail You can blow what's left of my right mind (I don't mind) There's a time for the second best And there's a time when the feeling's gone But it's hard to be hard I guess When you're shaking like a dog You can holler, you can wail You can blow what's left of my right mind You can swing, you can flail You can blow what's left of my right mind You can holler, you can wail You can blow what's left of my right mind You can swing, you can flail You can blow what's left of my right mind (I don't mind) You can blow what's left of my right mind You can blow what's left of my right mind You can holler, you can wail You can blow what's left of my right mind
Views: 2788795 Mick042
10 Signs and Symptoms You May Have a Vitamin D Deficiency
 
10:22
Signs and Symptoms You May Have a Vitamin D Deficiency. Vitamin D is a fat-soluble vitamin that is involved in many essential body processes and functions. Produced in the body with the help of ultraviolet rays from sunlight, this vitamin is important for boosting the immune system, reducing inflammation, promoting cell growth, supporting neuromuscular functions and more. When you do not get enough sunlight or eat foods rich in vitamin D, you are at a higher risk of suffering from vitamin D deficiency or vitamin d cancer . Please note: The content provided below and elsewhere on this video is not intended nor should it be construed as providing professional medical or nutritional advice. Do not rely on information provided on this video about vitamin d deficiency symptoms for your health problems. instead, consult a qualified medical professional for advice and get vitamin d foods. Here are 10 warning signs that you may have a low vitamin d. 01:02 Impaired Immunity. 02:05 Bone Pain. 03:09 Tiredness and Fatigue. 04:07 Mood Swings. 05:06 Psoriasis 06:03 Digestive Problems. 07:02 Excessive Sweating. 08:01 High Blood Pressure. 09:08 Overweight or Obese. The most important sign of low vitamin D is weak or impaired immunity, causing you to more easily pick up illnesses or lack foods with vitamin d. Vitamin D supports proper functioning of the T cells that build immunity to help your body fight foreign, invading organisms. A 2011 study published in the Journal of Investigative Medicine highlights that vitamin D helps modulate the innate and adaptive immune responses and its deficiency is associated with increased autoimmunity as well as increased susceptibility to infections. Vitamin D is important for bone so you must find best treatment for vitamin d deficiency or you can get vitamin d supplement, cartilage and muscle function. Lack of adequate vitamin D in the body can cause general muscle pain, muscle cramps and chronic joint pain. Due to low vitamin D, calcium does not reach your skeletal system, thus contributing to bone pains. In fact, its deficiency is also associated with diseases like multiple sclerosis, rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis, chronic fatigue syndrome and fibromyalgia. All these health issues have a common symptom – joint pain get vitamin d deficiency test. Your body needs vitamin D for energy. If you are constantly tired without any known reason, get your vitamin D level checked. Low vitamin D leads to fat accumulation. This in turn lowers your metabolism rate and makes you less energetic. A 2014 study published in the North American Journal of Medical Sciences suggests that by correcting your low vitamin D, you can significantly reduce the severity of fatigue symptoms. A deficiency of the sunshine vitamin can also lead to sudden mood swings. Vitamin D aids production of serotonin, the brain hormone associated with mood elevation and happiness. Increased serotonin can also help lessen the impact of stress and prevent or treat mild depression. Deficiency of vitamin D may also relate to other affective disorders, such as seasonal affective disorder (SAD), premenstrual syndrome and fibromyalgia. Studies have found that some people suffer from mild depression during the winter months, known as SAD, mainly due to lack of sun exposure. Vitamin D deficiency can also contribute to psoriasis, an autoimmune skin disorder. According to the National Psoriasis Foundation, appropriate sun exposure helps slow down the rate of growth and shedding of skin cells. A 2013 study published in the Dermato-endocrinology journal suggests that autoimmunity has been associated with vitamin D deficiency and resistance. This pilot study also concluded that high-dose vitamin D3 therapy might be effective and safe for vitiligo and psoriasis patients. If you are diagnosed with psoriasis, get your vitamin D levels checked and ask your doctor about taking a daily dose of fermented cod liver oil. Well, If you experience any of the following 5 Common Signs of Cancer in Men that I mentioned above, you should not ignore it. It’s important to tell your health care provider to have them checked by your doctor. So that the cause can be found and treated, if needed. Being proactive can lead to earlier treatment and a better outlook. Thank you for watching "5 Common Signs of Cancer in Men." Early Detection Could Save Your Life Longer. SUBSCRIBE for more videos here : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCl2s_ywqhXm_YmJ1lVPDPtw?sub_confirmation=1 Contact : email : anisawe14@gmail.com Find Us On : Google Plus : https://plus.google.com/u/0/109115292982259471607 Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/Symptoms-Of-Disease-602529183258705/ Twitter : https://twitter.com/anisawe4?lang=en Blog : http://symptoms2017.blogspot.co.id/ Hope you feel better!
Views: 14463 Signs And Symptoms
Top 5 Diabetes Apps for iPhone
 
03:12
1. mySugr Diabetes Logbook Interface: Bright colors and a fun, easy interface. Favorite thing: Using your inputs throughout the month, the app will estimate your next HbA1c reading, so you can be prepared for your next doctor's visit. Usability: Track everything you need to in one place - from your meals to your moods. Also, create monthly reports to share with your doctor. 2. Glucose Buddy Interface: Icons on a simply designed dashboard make it easy to navigate this comprehensive tracking app. Favorite thing: If you find it hard to remember to test your blood sugar, you can easily set alerts to remind you throughout the day. Usability: Track your food, insulin dosages, blood sugar measurements, and more with this app. You can graph your blood sugar over time and connect with other users in a forum. 3. Diabetes Tracker Interface: The simple, clean design belies the sheer number of things you can do with this app. Favorite thing: The charting capabilities are some of the best we've seen. Usability: If it can be measured, Diabetes Tracker can record it. Your food, blood sugar levels, exercise, blood pressure, weight, medications, and moods - it can all be tracked and put in a report. 4. Diabetes Pilot Pro Interface: Easy to use and navigate. Favorite thing: The ability to email and share reports directly from the app. Usability: A comprehensive app that helps you manage your diabetes by tracking all of your measurements, medicines, food intake, and exercise. You can also estimate your next HbA1C to help plan for your next doctor's appointment. 5. Diabetes in Check Interface: This app's design is simple and intuitive. Navigate easily with the tabs across the top. Favorite thing: Scan barcodes on packaged foods to immediately get nutrition information on your favorites. Usability: There are several useful features here, including a journal, meal planner, recipes, and a food guide. You can also track your medications and log on to message boards.
Views: 13265 Diabetes zone
Chocolate and Blood Pressure
 
02:49
http://www.superfoodhealthyliving.com/ http://www.superfoodhealthyliving.com/article-Marine-Phytoplankton.html In the early 1908, a physician and researcher at Brigham & Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical School, Dr. Norman K. Hollenberg, was interested to observe that the Kuna Indians, the indigenous residents of the San Bias Islands of Panama, rarely develop high blood pressure even as they aged. Studies indicated that neither their salt intake nor obesity was a factor in this seeming immunity. Moreover, when the islanders moved to the mainland, their incidence for hypertension soared to typical levels, so their protection from hypertension was probably not due to genetics. Hollenberg noticed one facet of Indian culture that might play a role: The San Bias Is- land Kuna routinely drank about five cups of locally grown, minimally processed, high-flavonol cocoa each day. He gave his study subjects cocoa with either high or low amounts of flavonols. Those who drank the high-flavonol cocoa had more nitric oxide activity than those drinking the low-flavonol cocoa. The connection between the ability of the nitric oxide to relax the blood vessels and improve circulation and thus prevent hypertension seemed obvious. Hollenberg is continuing his investigation. He recently completed a pilot study that found that subjects who drank a cup of high-flavonol cocoa had a resulting increased flow of blood to the brain that averaged 33 percent. http://www.superfoodsrx.com/superfoods/dark-chocolate/chocolate-and-blood-pressure.html Another interesting study looked at the blood flow effects of high-flavonol cocoa compared with low-dose aspirin. The study compared how blood platelets reacted to a flavonol-rich cocoa drink versus a blood-thinning dose of 8i-mg aspirin. http://www.superfoodhealthyliving.com/ http://www.superfoodhealthyliving.com/raw-foods-blog/ http://www.superfoodhealthyliving.com/raw-foods-blog/income-opportunity.html
Views: 2141 superhealthyfoods
Why can't we fly a plane into space ?
 
10:05
Why can’t we fly a plane into space, what stops it from just flying higher and higher until we are in space?, sounds like a daft question but it has interesting implications that mean we might not be that far from a plane that can fly into space. Patreon : https://www.patreon.com/curiousdroid Paypal.me : https://www.paypal.me/curiousdroid You can now translate this and other curious droid videos, see my video about it here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xLPVgIytKyg Well, there several issues but assuming we are in something like a normal jet airliner, then one of the main problems is the air, or lack of it as we get closer to space. A plane flies because as it is propelled forward, the wings, which are shaped to make the air flow faster over the top of them than the bottom, generate lift. As the plane goes faster the wings create more lift and when the lift is greater than the weight of the plane, it will climb up into the air. For our plane to continue to climb it needs more speed to increase the lift. If you throttle back on the speed a bit, the plane will settle in to level flight and if you decrease the speed the plane will start to fall as lift from the wings is not enough to overcome the weight of the plane. Title: TimeTrain Author: P C III Source: www.pipechoir.com License: Creative Commons Attribution 4.0
Views: 3756282 Curious Droid