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Do Vegetarians Have a Lower Risk of Heart Disease?

By CardioGodman    15 / Nov / 2018    In Category Health and Fitness

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As more and more people choose to become vegetarians, scientists and researchers are compelled to conduct more studies to explore the consequences of this choice. People often cite the unwillingness to participate in “animal slaughter” as the main reason why they decided to stop eating meat, but another popular rea

Main Causes of Tachycardia

By CardioGodman    29 / Oct / 2018    In Category Health and Fitness

Tachycardia is a heart rhythm disorder at which the heart beats faster than normal. The normal heart rate is in the range of 60 to 100 beats per minute when at rest.  People may experience transient rapid heartbeats in response to exercise, anxiety, excitement, pain, fever or stress.  So, if the hear

Benefits of nuts for heart health

By CardioGodman    12 / Oct / 2018    In Category Health and Fitness

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Eating nuts regularly may help you maintain a healthy heart. That’s because nuts contain lots of heart-healthy fats, proteins, minerals, vitamins and antioxidants. They help lower bad cholesterol, reducing the risk of blood clots formation, and improve the health of arteries lining, lowering the risk of heart disease. He

Does Menopause Increase the Risk of Heart Disease?

By CardioGodman    29 / Aug / 2018    In Category Health and Fitness

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Aging increases the risk of heart problems for everybody, but for women symptoms may become more evident after the menopause onset.

The relationship between the heart health and a woman’s midlife transition through menopause is very strong. Before the menopause the blood vessels and the heart are somehow protec

What can mimic the signs of heart attack?

By CardioGodman    26 / Jul / 2018    In Category Health and Fitness

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Some conditions cause chest pain and supplementary symptoms that mimic the signs of heart attack, a crushing kind of chest pain triggered by diminished blood flow to the heart.

Inflammatory causes

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Signs of Heart Failure

By CardioGodman    7 / Jun / 2018    In Category Health and Fitness

Heart failure is a chronic or acute state, which is diagnosed when a heart is not able to pump the amount of blood needed for the sufficient blood flow and healthy functioning of the body. It happens because of the weakening or hardening of the heart muscle, which may result from different kinds of heart health issues.

Heart Disorders in Young People

By CardioGodman    10 / May / 2018    In Category Health and Fitness

Heart disease may evolve at any age. No matter if you are sixty or sixteen, your heart may fail even if there haven`t been any warning symptoms before. 

What cardiological maladies affect young people?
Heart troubles, which are common for young adults comprise
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Myths about Heart Rate

By CardioGodman    5 / Apr / 2018    In Category Health and Fitness

Myth: 60-100 beats per minute is the standard for heart rate

That is an outdated standard. Many practitioners nowadays believe 50-70 beats per minute is ideal. Recent trials suggest that heart rate of 76 beats per minute and more at rest might be linked to higher risks of heart attack. The better your p

Arrythmia Caused by Stress

By CardioGodman    7 / Dec / 2017    In Category Health and Fitness

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Everyone at least once in his or her life has experienced changes in heart rhythm and rate: palpitations, heart skipping beats or vice versa - extra beats, etc. The medical term for such conditions is arrhythmia.   There are many types of arrhythmia including physiological tachycardia, premature (or extra) beats, bra

How to Reduce Salt Consumption

By CardioGodman    16 / Nov / 2017    In Category Health and Fitness

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Salt is the oldest and most widely used food seasoning that has been used for centuries to improve the taste of food. However, it’s already an established fact that consumption of too much sodium harms the body and especially cardiovascular system. Although, sodium is essential for the functioning of the human body, addi