Heart Health

Heart Attack Symptoms in Women
Think of the flu symptoms you experience. It can begin as discomfort in the chest, pain or pressure in the back; neck; or jawline, or even lightheadedness and nausea. Women take heed; it may be the onset of a heart attack! Heart attack symptoms in wo... Read More
Sudden High Blood Pressure: Causes, Symptoms and Prevention Tips
High blood pressure. We know it’s a serious condition. It is one of the first things checked for when you enter a doctor’s office. Whether your visit is related to cold symptoms or a prescription refill, your blood pressure is taken and recorded.... Read More
Fish Oil Helps Lower Blood Pressure
Roughly one-third of Americans are living with hypertension and even fewer have their high blood pressure under proper control. As a result, there are numerous drugs and dietary options available to help people lower their blood pressure and better r... Read More
Chinese Herbs to Lower Blood Pressure
In traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) there are various usages of Chinese herbs to lower blood pressure. High blood pressure is also called hypertension, and it’s a very serious and possibly life-threatening condition. A systolic reading of 140 m... Read More
The Link Between a Silent Heart Attack (Ischemia) and Diabetes
When a diabetic suffers from a silent heart attack (ischemia), it is also called a silent diabetic heart attack. In other words, the individual won’t even know that they’re having a heart attack. Many people who suffer from one disease are at ris... Read More
Yoga Could Help Treat Heart Disease
Heart disease is the number one cause of death in America. It takes the lives of about 2,200 people every day. Approximately 84 million people have a cardiovascular disease—whether it is heart failure, heart attack, arrhythmia, stroke, or heart val... Read More
Depression Could Be Eating Away at Your Heart Health
There’s no question there are societal pressures on women. The images in the media are a constant reminder to look younger, slimmer, and sexier. This often creates questions about a woman’s beauty, worth, and place in society. For some, these ima... Read More
Butter Can Reduce Your Heart Disease Risk?
Saturated fats often get a bad rap. Claims over the last 30 years have falsely linked fat and saturated fats to an increased risk of heart disease, obesity, and high cholesterol. But that’s not always true. Fat is actually vital to a healthy diet, ... Read More
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