What Doctors Do for Their Heart Health

some doctors are doing for their heart health

Doctors, especially cardiologists, are well aware that heart disease is the biggest killer in the United States. Recommended: Learn More About How L-arginine Plus® Can Help Your Heart Health Here are 10 things some doctors are doing for their heart health: 1. Good nutrition/hydration “A meal delivery service is totally worth it for me as […]

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Weightlifting and a Healthy Heart

benefits of strength training for a healthier heart

Most people are aware that any type of cardio exercise is beneficial to the cardiovascular system. However, recent research suggests that lifting weights or doing resistance training for an hour or less per week is enough to significantly reduce your risk for a heart attack or stroke. In fact, scientists have found that small amounts […]

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Why Are So Many Blood Pressure Medications Being Recalled?

Note: several high blood pressure medications have been recalled by the FDA. However, DO NOT STOP taking your blood pressure medicine without contacting your doctor.* Recalls for dozens of medications that treat high blood pressure began in July 2018 and is continuing today with more pharmaceutical companies taking these drugs off the shelves earlier this […]

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Excess Belly Fat and Heart Health

Excess Belly Fat and Heart Health

Even if a person is at a normal weight, if they have excess belly fat they are at a higher risk for developing heart disease. The belly is usually the first place that someone deposits fat. People who are overweight, but don’t have excess belly fat probably have more muscle which doesn’t increase the risk […]

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Why We Need to Pay Attention to Cholesterol Earlier

Pay Attention to Cholesterol Earlier

1 in 5 children and teens has unhealthy cholesterol levels. Nearly one out of every three American adults has high cholesterol. This “bad” cholesterol causes unhealthy fatty buildup and narrows the arteries resulting in atherosclerosis. Having high cholesterol puts someone at a major risk for developing heart disease. Recommended: Learn More About How L-arginine Plus® […]

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Restless Leg Syndrome and Your Heart

Restless Leg Syndrome and Your Heart

Restless legs syndrome is that common, strange condition where you lie down at night and can’t help but feel like you need to move your legs. For many, no matter how hard they try to hold still, they just can’t get comfortable and struggle to fall asleep. If you discuss it with your doctor, they […]

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Defending Against Joint Pain

Defending Against Joint Pain

In the United States, 23% of all adults, or over 54 million people, have arthritis. There are also many people who suffer from joint pain due to injuries. What causes joint pain? Over time, cartilage wears down and depletes through repeated movements and aging. Due to this process, tendons and ligaments stretch, and bones rub […]

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What to Do for Your Heart in Your 40s

Heart Health in Your 40s

On average, in the United States, coronary artery disease (CAD) will take a life every minute this year. Heart disease is responsible for about one out of every three deaths in the United States. When a 70+ year old has a heart attack or dies from heart related issues, it is so common it gets […]

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How to Avoid a Heart Attack

How to Avoid a Heart Attack

It’s estimated that an American has a heart attack every 40 seconds! However, tens of thousands of Americans survive heart attacks each year. The CDC’s latest statistics show that every year approximately 735,000 Americans have a heart attack. Of these people, 525,000 are first heart attacks, with 210,000 of this group having already had a […]

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Healthy Arteries

Healthy Arteries

The key to having healthy arteries is to keep them clear of dangerous plaque buildup. Plaque forms when cholesterol lodges in the arterial walls. “Making plaque disappear is not possible, but we can shrink and stabilize it,” says cardiologist Dr. Christopher Cannon. The best course of action is to stop plaque from developing and prevent […]

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