Early Heart Health May Influence Future Mental Health

Early Heart Health May Influence Future Mental Health

Young hearts are full of hope and promise. However, a recent study suggests that early heart health may influence future mental health. The study focused on resting heart rate and blood pressure. It reveals that young males with higher resting heart rates – above 82 beats per minute—may be at risk for a future diagnosis of mental…

Alternative Medicine Practices for Healthy Aging

Alternative Medicine Practices for Healthy Aging

Aging can be a wonderful time of growth, grace and gratitude. To make the most of these years, take good care of yourself, starting with your heart. Here are some proven alternative medicine practices that will help you feel great and age well. Read more about these healthy aging practices in Dr. Cynthia Thaik’s book Your…

Coronary Artery Disease: Prevention & Management

Coronary Artery Disease: Prevention & Management

How To Prevent Coronary Artery Disease For those of you who are concerned with coronary artery disease, this article is for you. You must be well aware of the ill effects this disease can have on a person’s health (which is why you are searching for ways to prevent it). Problems like blood pressure, obesity…

The Best Weight Loss Diets

The Best Weight Loss Diets

Want to lose weight soon? If you think by just removing all the junk food from your diet and eating less food will help you achieve this objective, then you couldn’t be more wrong. We are not saying that you shouldn’t remove junk food from your diet. We are only saying that you shouldn’t stop…

Our Emotions can Damage the Heart

The Impact of Emotions Too much negative and positive emotions can affect heart health as well as our entire physical health. For many years doctors have pondered the connection between our mental and physical health. Today there is significant evidence that shows how improving psychological function and quality of life may help to ease symptoms…

Run or Walk Your Way to a Healthy Heart

Running For Life Running is not only good for your soul; it is also good for your heart and overall health. Scientific evidence proves that regular exercise, particularly running, approximately 30 minutes at least five times a week has health benefits that extend well beyond any medication a doctor could prescribe. Studies have shown that…

A positive attitude may increase longevity in patients with heart disease

A Positive Attitude is Positive A positive attitude can cause a chain reaction of positive outcomes, thoughts, and events. Likewise, according to a recent study published in the journal Circulation: Cardiovascular Quality and Outcomes patients with heart disease who have a positive attitude are more likely to exercise, reduce levels of stress hormones, adopt healthier…