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Anxiety or Heart Condition?

Anxiety or Heart Condition?

According to the Anxiety & Depression Association of America, anxiety disorders affect around 40 million adults every year. This includes 6 million adults who suffer from panic disorder.Unfortunately, it's possible for atrial fibrillation (AFib) to be mistaken for...

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Tell Tale Signs Someone May Be Having A Heart Attack

Tell Tale Signs Someone May Be Having A Heart Attack

A heart attack happens when there's a blockage in the heart and tissue damage occurs due to a lack of oxygen. Seeking immediate medical care for help repairing the damage and restoring the function of the heart is imperative.The best treatment outcomes for heart...

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How to Prepare For an Exercise Stress Test

How to Prepare For an Exercise Stress Test

An exercise stress test (treadmill test or exercise test) helps identify if you have a blocked artery in your heart putting you at risk for a heart attack.The good news is, if you are at future risk for heart disease or dangerous arrhythmias (sudden cardiac death), we...

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A Blood Clot Risk You May Not Know About

A Blood Clot Risk You May Not Know About

Under normal circumstances, blood clots form when platelets contact a break in the wall of the blood vessel. They should eventually dissolve and are generally not harmful. Blood clots become dangerous when they form in the legs or arms and then travel to the abdomen,...

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Sign Of An Underlying Heart Problem

Sign Of An Underlying Heart Problem

While it is normal for a healthy heart to beat slower while at rest, it should generally fall between 60 and 100 beats per minute. Anything below 60 beats per min is described as bradycardia or an abnormally slow heartbeat.A slow or irregular heartbeat can have a...

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How Summer Can Be Dangerous For Your Heart

How Summer Can Be Dangerous For Your Heart

While you may enjoy soaking up the sun this summer, make sure that you're taking the right precautions to avoid heat-related complications, especially if you have heart disease or other cardiovascular diseases.When it's hot out, your heart needs to work harder than it...

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Having Sleep Issues? You Need to Read This.

Having Sleep Issues? You Need to Read This.

Do you frequently wake up with a dry mouth or sore throat? Do you have morning headaches or feel sleepy most of the day? These are just a few signs that you may be suffering from sleep apnea.Sleep apnea is a condition in which your airway gets blocked repeatedly...

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Marijuana vs Cigarettes: Which is worse for your heart?

Marijuana vs Cigarettes: Which is worse for your heart?

As legal marijuana becomes more available nationwide for both recreational and medicinal consumption, it’s more relevant than ever to talk about the health impact of regular cannabis use. This growing market has led to cannabis being touted for its potential medical...

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Is It A Stroke? Think FAST!

Is It A Stroke? Think FAST!

Strokes and heart attacks are two of the most common causes of death in the US, accounting for a combined 1/3 of all American deaths annually.Some of the main contributors to strokes and heart attacks are cardiovascular ailments that show no visible symptoms before...

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Is it Safe to Have Sex if You Have Heart Disease?

Is it Safe to Have Sex if You Have Heart Disease?

If you have heart disease, you may feel some trepidation about whether your cardiovascular system can handle sustained exertion. Maybe your doctor has warned you to avoid strenuous physical activity to reduce your risk of heart attack or other cardiac complications. A...

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