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DOT Blood Pressure Requirements

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So, your DOT physical is coming up and you need to make sure your blood pressure will pass the test. The DOT has rigorous requirements for blood pressure, and you can’t afford to not get the certification you need. Let’s dive into the DOT exam, blood pressure, and what you can do to lower your […]

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Blood Circulation and Sleep

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You may not realize how closely blood circulation and sleep are linked. A good night’s rest is important for many aspects of our health, and good blood circulation is one of them. It’s a never-ending cycle, because poor circulation can also increase feelings of tiredness and fatigue. On the flip side, good sleep can lower […]

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Heart Disease Risk Factors

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There are so many heart disease risk factors it’s hard to keep them all straight. Some are beyond your control, like family history. Others are within your sphere of influence, lifestyle choices you can start making today. No matter what, it’s important to know what the factors are and what to keep a close watch on […]

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How Nitric Oxide Works

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What is nitric oxide? We get that question a lot as people try to understand its role in heart health. There is more information about nitric oxide than ever before, but it’s tough to know what is what. We just wanted to share a little more about how nitric oxide works for your health. Essentially, […]

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How Taking the Stairs Can Help Your Heart

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A recent study has challenged previous studies which showed that short bouts of vigorous exercise, otherwise known as, sprint interval training (SIT) are effective when performed as a single session requiring a total time commitment of approximately 10 minutes. Recommended: Learn More About How L-arginine Plus® Can Support Heart Health This study had a group […]

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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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High Cholesterol Foods to Avoid

High Cholesterol Foods to Avoid

More than 102 million American adults have total cholesterol levels at or above 200 mg/dl which is considered unhealthy. Approximately 35 million of these people have levels of 240 mg/dl or higher putting them at high risk for heart disease. Some cholesterol is necessary for your body to thrive. However, if your low-density lipoprotein (LDL) […]

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L-arginine and Blood Pressure

L-arginine and Blood Pressure

Fighting high blood pressure seems like a never-ending battle. Without taking the right steps, it can also be dangerous. More and more folks are beginning to realize l-arginine can offer significant help with it comes to the fight against high blood pressure. Recommended: Learn More About Getting Blood Pressure Support with L-arginine Plus® Keep reading […]

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Increase Nitric Oxide, Surprising Benefits of this Key Molecule

Increase Nitric Oxide

When it comes to our health as we age, there is one molecule worth paying a little more attention to. Nitric oxide. Nitric oxide (NO) is one of the most important molecules for blood vessel and therefore cardiovascular health. For this reason and others, supplements that increase nitric oxide in the body are some of […]

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High Blood Pressure and the Brain

Blood Pressure and Brain Health

“Generally, whatever problems impact cardiovascular health also affect cognitive functioning,” says Merrill Elias, Ph.D., a professor of epidemiology at Boston University who has studied hypertension for 35 years. It’s becoming increasingly clear that high blood pressure, or hypertension, is at the root of much cognitive decline that has previously been attributed to aging. The more […]

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