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The Health Benefits Of Resveratrol, A Powerful Antioxidant

Resveratrol is a plant compound found in red wine and certain foods. According to studies, resveratrol may lower your cholesterol and blood pressure levels. But, the benefits of resveratrol do not end there. The literature strongly suggests the benefit ...

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Adrenaline Dysautonomia: A Guide To This Little-Known Condition

Dysautonomia, a genuine nervous system disorder, involves surges of adrenaline that can result from a variety of triggers. These surges speed up your entire body and give the disorder its name: Adrenaline dysautonomia. This sudden dumping of adrenaline ...

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You Could Have Mast Cell Activation And POTS

Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome (POTS) is a health issue that usually affects younger women. Many women with POTS also show signs of a flushing disorder. In such cases, they could have both mast cell activation and POTS. People with these con ...

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Endothelial Dysfunction: New Pathways in Healing Cardiac Disease

Heart disease is usually ascribed to many different causes. Amongst these are issues relating to the blood vessels, including coronary artery disease, arrhythmias, and even congenital heart defects. According to new research, however, endothelial dysfu ...

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Why It’s Important to Avoid Stress After You’ve Had a Heart Attack

Now more than ever, a heart attack or myocardial infarction (MI) is proving to be one of the most devastating conditions and can affect someone throughout the rest of his or her life. Unfortunately, the problem has also become a lot more common. In fac ...

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Fasting to Reverse Heart Disease: What Are Your Options?

Many people equate the term ‘fasting’ with prolonged periods without food or even anorexia nervosa. Yet fasting, which has many different forms, has been around for thousands of years, both as a means of religious expression and for health purposes. Th ...

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Mitochondria and Exercise: The Perfect Friendship

We’ve known for decades that exercise is extremely important for the human body. Studies have been carried out on the effects of movement, ranging from sedentary lifestyles and mild exercise to high-intensity interval training and have come up with a n ...

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Are Heart Threatening Energy Drinks A Ticking Timebomb?

Heart Threatening Energy Drinks: A Ticking Time Bomb? The chances of you walking into any food store in the United States and not seeing racks filled with heart threatening energy drinks is very slim. For many of us, these drinks are considered life-sa ...

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The Link Between Exercise and Mental Health Is Key to Coping with Stress Better

Today, it can be argued that everyone lives in a world filled with stress. And if you are not too careful and you let it persist, it can eventually take over your life. In fact, stress can take a toll on your physical, mental, and emotional health. And ...

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Depression and Cardiac Health: A Disturbing Combination

Maybe the fairy tales are right—a broken heart is a tragedy. The American Heart Association certainly agrees. Recent studies have shown a strong connection between depression and cardiac health. The studies looked at two groups of cardiac patients at r ...

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