How does it effect the heart?

What? Your question is incomplete. How does "what" affect the heart? For good health - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Drink enough water daily, so that your urine is mostly colorless. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form. Practice safe sex, if you have sex.

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How could a person potentially overdose on negatively inotropic drugs such as beta blockers etc. And how does this effect the heart?

Too much/too many. If you take too much of anything (including water), you can overdose. Od of a bb will cause low blood pressure, excessively slow heart rate, heart block, dizziness and passing out. Enough of anything can cause death. Don't consider it for suicide: it would be unpredictable and unpleasant. Read more...

What is cholesterol and how does that effect the human heart?

Cholesterol. There are different types of cholesterol. Ldl cholesterol, also known as bad cholesterol, is the type that increases the risks for heart attacks and strokes. Hdl cholesterol, also known as good cholesterol, helps to remove some of the levels of bad cholesterol in the body. Triglycerides are the building blocks for many different types of cholesterol. Overall, too much cholesterol = heart disease. Read more...

How does teeth health effect the heart?

Inflammation. Poor teeth hygiene can affect heart in 2 ways. Gingivitis (inflammation of gums) creates an inflammatory enviroment which can affect arteries leading to plaque in arteries that feed the heart muscle. This can lead to heart attacks. Secondly bacteria from bad teeth can enter the blood stream and infect valves of the heart (bacterial endocarditis). Read more...
Oral-systemic link. Irritated, swollen gums bleed easily and are loaded with bacteria. When your gums bleed, bacteria enter the blood stream and affect the heart and other organs. The key is reduction of oral bacteria on a daily basis. In university studies, the perio protect method has been shown to significantly reduce oral bacteria from the gumline pockets. Look into www.Perioprotect.Com. Read more...

How does the flu effect people with heart conditions (I.e)angina?

Possibly no effect. Assuming the heart conditions are under control then, the flu should have little or no effect. However high fevers or low temperatures or high or low blood pressure associated with the infection can affect heart issues. As long as basic vitals are followed you should be good. Read more...
Makes conditions. Worse! People who get the flu who have chronic systemic illness or have decreased function levels or are frail and debilitated do much worse in general tolerating acute illnesses. Read more...