Can you have heart disease just from hypertension?

Absolutely yes, Though if you have other risk factors such as obesity, diabetes, high cholesterol, or you are a smoker, your risk is even higher.

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Is hypertension considered a heart disease?

No. It's a risk factor for heart disease, but, untreated, it leads to hypertensive heart disease which, by definition, is a heart disease. Read more...

Should I be concern with leg pain with heart disease and hypertension?

Yes . Cardiac and hypertension are problems that require constant monitoring. Leg pain may or not be related. See your md asap! good luck! Read more...
It depends. . It depends on the leg pain pattern. If you are getting leg pain with walking (claudication) it could indicate a blockage in an artery in the leg. However there are many causes of leg pain and it's best to get it checked out. Read more...

In countries where people don't eat a lot of wheat, what is the incidence of heart disease, cancer, hypertension, diabetes?

? I don't know the answer to your question, but if you substitute "meat" for "wheat", i can tell you with much literature to back me up that the incidence of those conditions is low and much lower than in the usa. Wheat, btw, by itself is not the culprit and whole grain (unprocessed) wheat is full of good fiber, relatively low in calories, and doesn't raise cholesterol. White bread is a bad example. Read more...

What would be the best tips to live with coronary heart disease and hypertension?

Good choices. Never smoke learn to take your BP regularly. Treat well and take your meds. Cardiac rehab and exercize and weight control will help both. Read more...
Diet and exercise . Take your meds as prescribed by your dr. The best advice i can give you is to eat healthy and stay active. Avoid processed foods, anything with high fructose corn syrup like soft drinks, juices and pastries, avoid trans and saturated fats, instead eat whole food and a diet rich in fruits, vegetables, and fiber. Exercise on a regular basis. Read more...

Is there a correlation between snoring, heart disease, stroke, hypertension and obstructive sleep apnoea?

ABSOLUTE Connection. Oxygen deprivation caused by sleep apnea is a major contributor to high blood pressure , stroke and heart disease. In addition to the deterimental effects on the quality of life (fatigue), the sufferer can affect the lives of others--mildly by second-hand snoring and majorly by falling asleep while driving a car/truck/train/bus or flying a plane--all of these have happened! get a diagnosis asap. Read more...
Sleep apnea. Snoring can be a sign of obstructive sleep apnea. Osa means that the body/brain is being deprived of oxygen for at least 10 seconds at a time. This lack of oxygen is connected to stroke, heart disease and high blood pressure. Read more...
Yes. Snoring is usually an indication of underlying sleep apnoea .Sleep apnoea if not corrected can put strain on heart and results in high blood pressure in lungs and also in rest of blood vessels of body .High blood pressure can increase risk of heart attack and stroke. Read more...

I have heart disease diabetes and hypertension and I have bird mites I am trying home remedies but still infested do I need to see a doctor?

Skin lesion. Not sure from your question what kind of lesion you have. Is it really bird mite infestation?. If some thing not getting better with your home remedies needs preofessional help. Read more...