KNOW YOUR HEART

25 Facts About THE Heart that WILL Leave you Stunned.

Here are 25 facts you may not have known about your incredible heart ~

Every day you are alive, your heart creates enough energy
to power a truck for 20 miles of driving.

For your whole lifetime, that would be enough
to drive that truck to the moon and back.

Your heart pumps blood to almost all of your cells,
quite a feat considering there are about 75 trillion of them.

Only our corneas receive no blood supply.

Of all your muscles, the heart does the most physical work.

During a normal life span, the heart will pump about 1.5 million barrels of blood –
enough to fill about 200 train tank cars.

The first heart - a tiny group of cells, begins to beat as early
as when the pregnancy is in its 4th week.

The biggest heart on earth belongs to the blue whale,
with a heart that weighs 1,500 pounds.

Studies show an interesting link between education and heart disease.
More education = less heart disease.

That said, heart disease is still the greatest threat to your health.

It has even been found in mummies over 3,000 years old.

A few things that keep your heart healthy:
Lack of stress, exercise, happiness and a healthy diet!

Of the days of the year, Christmas Day sees the most heart attacks,
followed by December 26th, followed by New Year.

The time when the most heart attacks occur?
Monday morning.

The size of a heart valve is roughly the size of a 50 cent coin.

The very first pacemakers had to be plugged into the wall.
Suffice to say, those patients did not do too much walking.

The heart is amazingly resilient, and provided with oxygen,
can continue beating even after separated from the body.

The first cardiac catheterization was performed in 1929, with the doctor,
a German surgeon by the name Werner Forssmann, putting the catheter
in his own arm vein, and examining his own heart.

The first successful heart transplant was performed in 1967
by Dr. Christian Barnard of South Africa.
The recipient only lived 18 days.
It was a huge medical breakthrough.

If you grab a tennis ball and squeeze it with all your might,
you would roughly understand how hard the heart works
to pump blood, every second of every day.

Typically, a woman's heart will beat faster than a man's.

Laughter has terrific benefits for your heart.
Laughter can actually send 20% more blood flowing
through your entire body, relaxing the walls of your vessels.

Why has the heart become such a symbol of love?
Maybe it is because the ancients believed the heart was
the center of our soul and emotion?
Some historians believe it began with the Greek culture, and not before.

People can actually die from a broken heart.
After suffering a terrible loss or traumatic event,
the body releases stress hormones into your bloodstream
that can temporarily mimic the symptoms of a heart attack,
even causing heart failure.

A recent study in Sweden found that when a choir sings, an amazing thing happens.
Their heart rhythms actually synchronize more  

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Thanks for sharing important ionformation about heart more  
NICE INFORMATION. AS WE SEE THE WORKING AND PERFECTION OF OUR BODY, WE HAVE TO BOW TO THE PRECISION AND ACCURACY OF WORKING OF OUR BODY PARTS. ALL PARTS OF OUR BODY HAVE SELF REPAIR CAPABILITY AND OUR BIGGEST FRIEND " HEART" COMES WITH LIFE TIME GUARANTEE. more  
The heart says if you work(walk) for one hour for your heart, It will work efficiently for you for the rest 23 hours a day for you. more  
Thank you very much Dr. Chandra. But if any one gets an attack and you want to help the patient till medical help arrives please carry out following treatment. Treatment for Heart Attack

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Thanks to all friends who found this post helpful. more  
For improving one IQ it is good, but for general application of maintaining good heart condition the information is of no use. The information does not seem to be relevant to the heart diseases experienced in the present times by a common man. more  
Sorry Mr. Mathur if you did not find it helpful. Basically this post is to know something about your heart and how to keep it healthy. It is NOT about the medical treatment of heart patients. more  
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