Learning you have high blood pressure can come as a surprise. After all, the condition usually has no symptoms. But once you’ve been diagnosed, taking steps to control it can protect your heart—and your health.
When you’re living with coronary artery disease (CAD), eating healthy can feel daunting. But a diet change doesn’t have to be drastic for it to have an impact. Small tweaks can go a long way in helping your health. Here’s how to get started.
An aneurysm occurs when a weak spot in an artery wall starts to bulge out like a balloon. Some aneurysms develop slowly over a period of years. Many cause no problems.
A new study found that controlling blood pressure later in life protects both your cardiovascular system and your thinking and memory.
Under pressure? You’re not alone—one in four Americans say they’re so stressed they can barely function.
Wearable gadgets, such as an Apple Watch or Fitbit, have long been able to track your physical activity. But the new generation of tech is more intelligent about tracking your heart health, too.
Diagnosed with heart disease? With lifestyle changes, medicine, and medical procedures, if needed, you can live a healthier life and reduce your risk for more serious issues. Here are some of the first steps you should take.
They are full of fiber, packed with potassium, and feature ample amounts of good-for-you fats. Avocados have long ranked highly on the list of nutritious foods.
No one enjoys going to the emergency room (ER). Sometimes there’s no avoiding the trip, but a lot of heart-related emergencies are actually preventable. The key is controlling your blood pressure.
Do your heart a favor: Fix shortcomings in your diet by scanning both sides of food packages when you shop.
If you’re like most Americans, your heart health is less than optimal. According to recent research, only about 20% of tickers are in tip-top shape.
To keep you heading in the right direction, follow these targeted heart disease prevention guidelines. Read the road signs and sample a few of the recommendations: