What could cause loss of hot water pressure throughout the house all of a sudden and how do you repair it?
If you have alot of fine sand in your water as we do, it could be that as the water heats it cooks the sand onto the heating coil and therefore narrows the space the hot water travels through. It does not affect the cold at all only the hot. If this is the case you need a new heating coil for your furnace. The only thing we've been told helps slow this down is to install a filter for your water as it enters the house. We have done this and it does remove alot of the sand but evidently not all! Good Luck!
***This just recently happened to my hot water but it started in tub one day and then the next day was sinks and it turns out that it was from the pipes we had. He had galvanized (not sure on spelling) and they tend to rust a lot and narrow the opening of pipes and then chunks of the rust come loose and block the already very narrow pipes. Then you have no water pressure because it cant get through... you can sometimes see if this is the problem by taking a hammer and tapping on the hot water pipes all the way from the hot water tank to the faucets while the hot water is running. If you get brown water or the pressure gets better or worse than that's most likely the problem.
The blood is able to move to and from the heart through the contraction of the heart muscle. These contractions build up pressure and cause you to have what is commonly known as blood pressure. That build up of pressure pushes the blood throughout the arteries and veins and enables it to circulate throughout the body.
There are two causes of "Thunder" from lightning. the sudden increase in heat and pressure by the electric arc causes air to expand, and; the sudden removal of the arc (leaving a small vacuum) in its place, causes the air to rush back in. There is a lot of debate about which of these two are the main cause; general consensus is that both attribute to the sound.
Working pressure refers to the maximum safe *operating* pressure. Burst pressure refers to the actual point at which the vessel containing said pressure will fail. Operating pressures normally have a "buffer zone" between itself and burst pressure, to insure no sudden spikes or variations cause failure leading to injury.
A volcano may violently eject lava depending on the geology of the volcano. There could be a sudden injection of water deep in the tube, or there could be a sudden release of pressure in the magma pool below the tube, or other things that might cause the pressure to rise rapidly. Under those conditions, lava won't flow out but will be ejected with force.
a person with persistent untreated high blood pressure will cause heart disease, diabete, renal failure, stroke and visual impairment. high blood pressure will cause hardening of the blood vessels and further on causing artheriosclerosis in a long run process. blockage of coronary artery can cause heart attack and sudden surge of blood pressure can cause stroke due to rupture or blockage of blood vessel in the brain. as time went by, the heart will have…
High blood pressure is a risk factor for stroke. It puts pressure on the small vessels throughout the brain which in turn may rupture aswell as potentially causing a cholesterol plaque to dislodge travel through the brain and cause a vein or artery occlusion therby causing a stroke. So the answer is yes it can.
It can, but more typically, it does not. Usually, if there is a related headache, it is in the occipital area (at the back of the head near the neck), but it may be totally unrelated. Both high blood pressure and persistent or severe headaches should be evaluated by a physician. Sudden severe headaches need urgent evaluation and usually are caused by something other than high blood pressure, but it is not impossible for that…
There are lots of reasons. Sometimes if someone has been putting a lot of weight on their foot, a sudden release from that can cause a sudden pain. Or someone could have a lump or a scratch on their heel that's painful no matter what position you're in. It depends on what you're doing throughout the day and what kind of pain it is.
What would cause my 1997 stock ultra classic to have high oil pressure and the oil light come on all of a sudden?
Typically this indicates low Blood Pressure, especially if this occurs when you change posture, eg. rising from a seated position. Sometimes, this is triggered by a sudden dilation of the major Blood Vessels and results in a sudden loss of consciousness. This is used by some animals as a defensive strategy, where the animal appears to drop down dead when startled.
Many things can cause a drop in blood pressure, the following is only a partial list: Anemia Approaching death Cancer Certain drug therapies: antihypertensives, narcotics, analgesics, diuretics Decreased arterial blood volume: hemorrhage Dehydration Infection & Fever Massive heart attack Middle pregnancy pain Starvation Shock Sudden posture changes such as standing Thyroid & adrenal gland disorders Nerve disorders Time of day: during sleep & early morning Weak heart