How Stress leads to Heart Attack and Cardiac Arrest
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How Stress leads to Heart Attack and Cardiac Arrest

Stress connection with heart diseases, Why people donot take action, how to detect heart disease at Home
4.6 (21 ratings)
Instead of using a simple lifetime average, Udemy calculates a course's star rating by considering a number of different factors such as the number of ratings, the age of ratings, and the likelihood of fraudulent ratings.
3,766 students enrolled
Created by Harish Uginval
Last updated 7/2015
English
Price: Free
Includes:
  • 5.5 hours on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • How does your body responds to Stress unconsciously ?
  • There is a chain of actions taken during stress, and if you get chronic stress, then these actions can eventually lead you to Heart Attack or Cardiac Arrest.
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Requirements
  • There are no prerequisites. Students only need to know about the basics of human body, something that we learned in school biology class like what is digestive system?
Description

Have you experienced stress in the past?

If yes then do you know the biological changes that happen inside your body during that time?

Have you experienced heart attack or cardiac arrest?

If no, then will you get one in the future?

Do you know all the types of heart diseases that can occur to people?

If no, then when are you planning to learn about it in the future?

Medical science shows that the damage caused in our heart is for long term and if you got any kind of heart problem, then you will have to take medication throughout your life, and if you skip them, then you increase your chances of getting heart attack

Many people assume the stress is bad and it can lead to heart attack or stroke, but do they know the science behind it?

This course will start in a step by step process, where you will see how our body changes its functions, to adapt to the stressful environment. and then the sequence of heart problems that leads you to heart attack or cardiac arrest. My course is completely based on scientific facts, and it will prove to you how stress can contribute towards cardiovascular disease

Who is the target audience?
  • Everyone above the age of 18 years can take this course.
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Curriculum For This Course
Expand All 31 Lectures Collapse All 31 Lectures 05:15:33
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Introduction
2 Lectures 06:01
Introduction
04:38

About Myself
01:23
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Science Behind Stress
4 Lectures 20:20

Why does every animal on the planet gets stressed? and what is the main purpose for triggering stress in the lives of humans?

Evolution of Stress in Genetics
05:11

How do we came to know about the harmful effects of stress on the body? and where does the stress field emerged in the biological studies?

First Stress Experiment 1930
03:52

how does our body changes its biological functions during stress?

Concept of Stress
05:36

Changes that occur inside the body during stress and what happens when we trigger psychological stress for a longer duration?

Impact of stress
05:41
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Stress and Our Brain
4 Lectures 19:01

How our nervous system works and what it does during stress response?

Nervous System
04:17

When scientists discovered the hormones that are secrete by specific part of the brain?

History of Hormones
05:50

What are the main properties of nervous system and hormones in the body and what hormones do they secrete during stress?

Nerves and Hormones During Stress
04:06

Summarizing all the theories discussed in the previous videos, and explaining the entire process of activating cardiovascular system during stress.

Activating Cardiovascular System
04:48

All questions have contradictory answers. Real world cases are complex and we need to understand the diversity of answers

Critical Thinking Quiz
10 questions
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Cardiovascular Disease Basics
3 Lectures 25:36

understanding how our blood pressure increases and the connection of stress with it.

Hypertension or High Blood Pressure
08:40

The step by step process of developing atherosclerosis or blocking of arteries.

Atherosclerosis or Blocked Arteries
07:57

Why should we have optimal level of cholesterol, and which type of cholesterol is bad for the body?

High Cholesterol
08:59

Ask yourself more questions, while answering. And learn to do more research for better understanding

Critical Thinking Quiz
8 questions
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Heart Diseases
13 Lectures 03:04:25

How the blood moves inside the chambers of the heart, from Right Atrium to Right Ventricle, Right Ventricle to Lungs, Lungs to Left Atrium, Left Atrium to Left Ventricle and Left Ventricle to the body through Aorta.

Four Valves or Doors that open and close between the chambers. The tricuspid Valve opens to allow blood to move from right atrium to right ventricle. Pulmonary Valve opens to allow blood to move from right ventricle to Lungs. Mitral Valve opens to allow blood to come from lungs into right Atrium, and Aortic Valve opens to allow blood to move from left ventricle to the body.

Sinoatrial Node and Atrioventricular node helps in the conduction system of the heart.

Basics of Heart
05:11

In this, First I'll explain the process of transferring blood to the heart muscles. and what happens when less oxygen goes to the heart muscles. And different types of damages that occur to the heart muscles

Acute Coronary Syndrome
13:09

how our heart valves function and what kind of problems can occur in the heart valves?

Heart Valve Disorder- part 1
11:03

How can we predict that we have developed Heart Valve Disorder? How does doctors analyze the valve disorder? How can we connect stress with Valve Disorder according to the level of damage?

Heart Valve Disorder- part 2
08:28

I'll explain the process of electrical impulses in our heart. and how different types of arrhythmias occur in the heart. I'll explain 6 types of arrhythmia in the atrium, and 5 types of arrhythmia in the ventricle.

Cardiac Arrhythmia- part 1
13:52

How can we predict the early symptoms of arrhythmia? the tests and diagnosis for predicting arrhythmia at early stage. and how emotional stress contributes to arrhythmia?

Cardiac Arrhythmia- part 2
16:02

First i'll explain the pathophysiology of heart failure ( the biological explanation of the heart function). Different types of heart failures

Heart Failure- part 1
11:15

How people develop heart failure and why do our heart starts adapting to the damage? Different types of symptoms and how does we feel when we get heart failure? Then biological connection of stress and heart failure

Heart Failure- part 2
16:08

Step by step progress of developing a heart attack. Different types of heart attacks. Types of damages caused during heart attack.

Heart Attack and Cardiac Arrest- part 1
09:58

Step by step process of getting cardiac arrest. The importance of Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR). And what happens inside our body during cardiac arrest?

Heart Attack and Cardiac Arrest- part 2
18:50

The perception of people towards heart attack. I'll explain it with the help of a study, and show why people don't think too much about heart attacks. then I'll show why women get more heart attack risk than men.

Heart Attack and Cardiac Arrest- part 3
17:18

I'll explain the major risk factors that are common in all cardiovascular diseases and different types of environments that causes stress and lead to heart attack, cardiac arrest, and acute coronary disease attack.

Heart Attack and Cardiac Arrest- part 4
20:59

the impact of cardiovascular disease around the world and in United States. and the scale of this problem. then why do we have stress controversy in the medical field?

Heart Attack and Cardiac Arrest- part 5
22:12

Predicting the symptoms is the first step towards preventing a heart problem. Critically evaluate each options, and compare it with your own life.

Critical Thinking Quiz
21 questions
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Detecting Heart Disease at home
4 Lectures 59:43
Investigating Symptoms
13:05

Understanding Auscultation Part 1
21:23

Understanding Auscultation Part 2
15:53

Understanding Auscultation Part 3
09:22
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Conclusion
1 Lecture 00:27
Next Steps
00:27
About the Instructor
Harish Uginval
4.6 Average rating
21 Reviews
3,766 Students
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Instructor at Udemy

I am an entrepreneur, who wants to help people to understand the root causes for Chronic Health problems.

My Life changed when I got diagnosed with Ulcerative Colitis (Ulcers). I struggled so much that I can't describe it in words. Over the years, my frustrations made me grow stronger and I started doing rigorous self study at Home.

Subjects that I've Learned over the years:

  1. Human Memory,
  2. Stress
  3. Human Anatomy
  4. Internet marketing
  5. Personality Development

I have started developing new ways of connecting different subjects and bring innovative ideas. Currently, I'm using my knowledge to uncover the biggest health Problems in the world like Heart Attack, Stroke, Cancer, etc and create a comprehensive educational courses, that can help millions of people around the world.

My goal is to prevent Chronic health Problems to happen at first place, because if you suffer from one, then you will have to live with it throughout your life.