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Stress Reduction Is Blood Pressure Reduction

Stress Reduction Is Blood Pressure Reduction

Could the simple act of resolving a relationship conflict with a close friend or relative actually lower your blood pressure numbers? Research is now saying it absolutely can. Not too many years ago, many doctors and even some medical associations were unconvinced that stress reduction techniques could effectively lower elevated blood

2. Essential Exercise

What’s Your Exercise Story?
Individuals come to exercise programs with different histories of physical activity. Maybe you played a team sport in high school and intramural athletics in college, but gradually became less active with the demands of work and family. Perhaps you’ve always preferred solitary activities, such as hiking on

How to Stop Sleep Apnea – 4 Non-CPAP Remedies

How to Stop Sleep Apnea – 4 Non-CPAP Remedies

Untreated or poorly treated sleep apnea leaves you tired all the time and suffering from excessive daytime sleepiness and other sleep apnea symptoms.  Use of the continuous positive airway pressure device or CPAP mask has been the gold standard therapy for treating sleep apnea for the past 25 years. But

Got Osteoarthritis Symptoms? Try Exercise First, Surgery as a Last Resort

Got Osteoarthritis Symptoms? Try Exercise First, Surgery as a Last Resort

Medications, injections, supplements, surgery. They’re helpful treatments that have provided pain relief and improved function for millions of arthritis patients.
But perhaps nothing can do as much for your joints, and possible rheumatoid arthritis or osteoarthritis symptoms as the things you can do yourself—namely, exercise and weight management.
Getting in Shape
Exercise is

Eggs: An Excellent Source of Important Nutrients

At some point, you’ve probably heard that you shouldn’t eat eggs if you have high cholesterol or heart disease. However, in recent years, researchers have learned much about dietary cholesterol, as well as the many nutritional benefits of eggs.
“Eggs offer a variety of nutrients, notably protein,” says clinical dietitian Stephan

Triglycerides: The “Other” Lipid That Affects Your Health

When it comes to determining health risks, cholesterol numbers are given a great deal of attention, but there’s another substance that’s often neglected: triglycerides.

“Triglycerides are a form of lipids [fats] in the blood, as are the various types of cholesterol. After a meal, unneeded calories are stored as triglycerides and then

How Much Exercise Is Best for the Heart? The Answer May Surprise You

If you’re not sure how much exercise you need every week to help keep your heart healthy, you’re not alone. A Cleveland Clinic survey released earlier this year found that most Americans aren’t sure how much physical activity is recommended for heart health.
The survey also revealed that about two-thirds

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