The study found that potassium-rich diets were associated with lower blood pressure, particularly in women with high salt intake.
Tag: heart disease
Adding Yoga To Aerobic Exercise Reduces Hypertension
Yoga can help increase flexibility and balance, but the ancient practice could have another benefit: helping to lower high blood pressure.
Healthy Foods More Important Than Type Of Diet To Reduce Heart Disease Risk
Eating a balanced diet will improve Heart health.
HOW CAN I AVOID HEART DISEASE OR STROKE?
Stopping smoking is potentially the most effective of all preventive measures, with substantial reductions in heart attacks or death.
Positive Psychological Well-being Can Improve Overall Heart Health
Positive thoughts and feelings through intervention programs can help patients achieve better overall outcomes when it comes to their cardiovascular health
Can Eating Alone Be Bad For Your Heart?
A new study suggests that eating alone may contribute to an increased risk of heart disease in older women.
Six Years Of Exercise Or Lack Of It May Be Enough To Change Heart Failure
The population of people with heart failure is growing because people are living longer and surviving heart attacks
‘Leaky’ Heart Valves In Pregnant Women Need Attention
Heart valve disease thought to be relatively benign during pregnancy may put women at risk for serious bleeding, high blood pressure, organ damage and other complications during childbirth
People Would Rather Pop A Pill Or Sip Tea Than Exercise To Treat High Blood Pressure
“High blood pressure is a leading risk factor for heart and blood vessel, or cardiovascular, disease. Yet, it is often called the silent killer because it causes no symptoms.”
Exercise And Vitamin D Better Together For Heart Health
Both exercise and adequate vitamin D have long been implicated in reducing heart disease risks.
Women who practice Self-Compassion are at lower risk of Cardiovascular Disease
These techniques have been shown to be effective for managing anxiety, irritability and even mild depression.
Survived a Heart Attack? Protect Yourself with Omega-3
Most cardiologists will tell you this: getting a by-pass or a stent is no guarantee of not getting another heart attack. So for those who