Heart Health

Heart Health

Heart health has been on a sliding spiral ever since sedentary lifestyle became the norm of every household. To help you survive a generation that is hard on the heart, we offer you daily tips for a healthy heart. Find best remedies for heart health to cure every little ache and discover guides on how to maintain optimum heart health from the best cardiologists out there. On our heart health section, you will be able to keep yourself abreast with the latest in heart treatments, newly diagnosed heart conditions and miracles in the medical fraternity. Remember, the best way to protect yourself from the looming threat of heart health issues today is to know your heart well.  So, start reading to be better aware and to keep your heart safe.

  • Belly Fat is associated with Heart Risk

    Belly Fat is associated with Heart Risk

    As many as 7 out of 10 Indians are at an increased cardiac risk due to belly fat. Focus should be on preventive measures like maintaining a healthy lifestyle to check the rise of heart conditions in India. 

  • Exercising Regularly Could Reduce Your High Cholesterol Levels

    Exercising Regularly Could Reduce Your High Cholesterol Levels

    Exercise Lowers Bad Cholesterol Level - Being overweight is symptomatic of high cholesterol levels. Exercising can, however, help you lose or maintain weight. So, put on your tracksuit and exercise with your buddies!

  • High Blood Pressure Tests

    High Blood Pressure Tests

    High Blood Pressure Tests - Tests for High Blood Pressure includes an electrocardiogram, echocardiogram, blood tests, urine tests, eye examination etc.

     

  • Heart Diseases: Types, Causes, Symptoms and Treatment

    Heart Diseases: Types, Causes, Symptoms and Treatment

    This World heart day, learn everything about heart diseases. The article explains each aspect of heart diseases in details. 

  • Are you aware of these facts about heart attacks?

    Are you aware of these facts about heart attacks?

    Facts about Heart Attacks- Dr Akshay Mehta, a Cardiologist, give us top facts about heart attacks. These facts will surely help you keep heart attacks at bay.

  • What Causes heart attack in youngsters?

    What Causes heart attack in youngsters?

    Unhealthy diet, lack of exercise, being overweight and smoking are the top causes of heart attacks in adults. Find out if these are the same factors that are responsible for increasing heart attacks in youngsters.

  • All You Need to Know about Tachycardia

    All You Need to Know about Tachycardia

    Tachycardia refers to a condition in which the heart beats at the rate of 60 to 100 times per minutes and the pulse is in congruence with the heart’s two powerful lower chambers or ventricles.

  • What is Heart Health

    What is Heart Health

    To live a long and healthy life, it is important to maintain heart health. By reducing extra weight, eating healthy and following exercise regimen, one can reduce the risk of cardiovascular diseases.

  • Woman are more at risk of a heart attack: Know the symptoms

    Woman are more at risk of a heart attack: Know the symptoms

    Chest pain or discomfort has long been seen as the most common early warning sign of a heart attack.  But recent research has raised questions about whether this holds true for women. 

  • 3 Heart-Healthy Oils you Must Inculcate in Your Diet

    3 Heart-Healthy Oils you Must Inculcate in Your Diet

    Heart healthy oils reduce the risk of heart diseases, blood pressure and also beat stress. Read about Olive Oil, Omega-3 Oils and Sunflower Oils that are good for your heart health.

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