Exercise briefly raises your blood pressure and heart rate and is one of the best things you can do for your heart's health. But if your heart rate goes down while you're working out, it could be because you have a major heart problem.
When it comes to monitoring and managing patient health, healthcare organizations are increasingly moving away from depending primarily on hospital-based treatment and periodic exams as the only available options. Digital health solutions, such as remote patient monitoring devices, make this possible.
You've definitely heard your doctor stress the importance of drinking enough water and maintaining good blood pressure. Hydration and blood pressure regulation are not only important for general health, but are also related.
Cholesterol is produced in sufficient quantities by the body, but if necessary, it may also be obtained through diet. Dr. Robert Pilchik of Manhattan Cardiology explains how to keep cholesterol under control.
Cardiac troponins (cTn) are a type of protein that can only be found in the muscle of the heart. When the heart gets injured, it lets them out into the circulatory system.
All that stress may wreak havoc on our nervous system, leading to an imbalance known as nervous system dysregulation, whether we're working nonstop, managing care for several family members for weeks or months at a time, or simply trapped in a web of worry. Is there a secret to a happier mood?
Researchers looked into how plant-based diets affect people who have a high chance of getting cardiovascular disease (CVD). A recent study suggests that meatless meals might help avoid CVD.