High blood pressure causes range from diet and stress to genetics and age, but did you know that cardiovascular disease risk factors also show a seasonal pattern? Blood pressure, triglyceride levels, cholesterol levels, body mass index, and waist circumference tend to fluctuate with the seasons, raising the risk for cardiovascular
Chelsea Clark is a writer with a passion for science, human biology, and natural health. She holds a bachelor’s degree in molecular and cellular biology with an emphasis in neuroscience from the University of Puget Sound in Tacoma, Wash. Her research on the relationship between chronic headache pain and daily stress levels has been presented at various regional, national, and international conferences.
Clark’s interest in natural health has been fueled by her own personal experience with chronic medical issues. Her many profound experiences with natural health practitioners and remedies have motivated Chelsea to contribute to the world of natural health as a researcher and writer, hoping to help others find natural relief for themselves. Her work appeared regularly at Natural Health Advisory Institute before that site became part of University Health News.