Posts Categorized: Heart Health

What can you do to combat worker burnout?

As COVID-19 continues to spread across the country and the implications of this pandemic are ever more far-reaching, perhaps no segment of the population will feel the stress more acutely than health care workers. Worker burnout is a serious concern, particularly in times of increased stress and anxiety. What is worker burnout? Worker burnout is…
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Know the signs of a heart attack

February is American Heart Month. While focusing on heart health it is important to learn the signs of a heart attack while taking precautions to lower your risk. Early Heart Attack symptoms Shortness of breath Heartburn Discomfort or pain in upper body- chest, arms, back, neck or jaw Lower Your Risk Eat a healthy diet…
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Adult male with heart attack or heart burn condition, health and medicine concept

How can I manage my heartburn?

It is called heartburn for a reason — the pain can be so intense it is confused with a heart attack or other heart conditions. For those who suffer from heartburn or acid reflux, it can be draining because of its intensity. Heartburn can affect our quality of life, limit productivity and, because it can…
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What does my blood pressure mean?

Is there a reason why our practitioners check our blood pressure at every visit regardless of the cause? Or is it just a routine protocol that has little effect on our health? There is unfortunately a very good reason. High blood pressure, also termed hypertension, is called the “silent killer” because it often causes no…
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Love Your Heart Today

“A way to a person’s heart is through his/her stomach” is a phrase that has more than one meaning! According to the National Lipid Association, lifestyle behaviors such as healthy eating and physical activity are vital components in managing increased blood fat levels, known as dyslipidemia. Developing healthy eating habits can protect your heart and…
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