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Exercise to Improve Hearth Health

Posted by Heart Hugger on Oct 14, 2021 1:19:56 PM

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A big step towards having great heart health is being physically active. This is one of the most effective tools you can use to strengthen your heart muscle and maintain your weight. It is also beneficial for controlling high blood sugar levels and high blood pressure, both of which can increase your risk of a stroke or heart attack.

Improve Heart Health For A Greater Quality of Life

Posted by Heart Hugger on Apr 24, 2020 12:00:00 AM

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Protecting your heart and staying healthy should be a priority for everyone. Why? Because heart disease is the leading cause of death in men and women across the United States. That's a heavy reality and is not one that should be taken lightly. But the good news is that it's actually much easier to live a heart-healthy lifestyle than you might think!

Your Guide to a Heart-Healthy Diet

Posted by Heart Hugger on Mar 6, 2020 7:59:13 AM

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As a living and breathing soul in today's world, it's essential to ensure your heart is in complete harmony with your daily life. Having a healthy heart is the epitome of conducting activities, working and being productive, and your relationships. If there's any one reason to wake up and love the life you're living, it is having a healthy heart.

Symptoms and Causes of Coronary Artery Disease

Posted by Heart Hugger on Jun 20, 2019 7:13:12 AM

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Everyone goes through cycles of health, but certain symptoms point to larger problems. If you recently discovered that you or a loved one is at risk of having or has coronary artery disease, you likely walked out of the doctor’s office with a lot of mixed feelings and confusion. What is coronary artery disease? How could it affect you or your loved one going forward? What needs to change in your life or the life of your loved one to minimize the risks?