Blogs about Heart Health

Thursday, March 19, 2020
Gajura Constantin's Blog
Heart failure occurs when the heart muscle does not pump blood as it should. As a result, there is reduced blood supply to the vital organs, and the function of these organs is disrupted. There can be numerous causes behind this, as well as, certain heart conditions that can reduce the cardiac output.Read on to know more about this condition:Signs and symptoms of heart failure:
Sunday, February 16, 2020
Our Health Guide
Not everyone is aware with the heart rate training, usually people will talk like “what is your pace?” but while you are a heart rate training coach you talk like “what beats per minute you are running?”. During workout or running you will be train your clients as per their heart rate beats.How heart rate training is different from other trainings?
Friday, December 21, 2018 • Los Angeles, CA 90001
Get Fit With Alesia
The biggest reason why people who suffer cardiac arrests outside of a hospital survive is that someone close by performed CPR on them. Hence, it is important that more people are trained in CPR and perform it on victims of cardiac arrest at the appropriate time.
Monday, December 17, 2018 • Pine Bush, NY 12566
Juliet Gould's Blog
 Research studies show that most adults gain some weight over the holidays. But don’t despair — this year can be different! Here are some great ways to enjoy the holidays without adding pounds. View our infographic and read about the tips in detail below. 
Wednesday, August 29, 2018
A Healthy Journey
Cardiovascular diseases continue to be a significant area of concern among medical professionals and research organizations throughout the world. On a global scale, The World Health Organisation estimated 17.7 million adults died from cardiovascular disease, representing 31% of all deaths based on 2015 statistics. It is the number one cause of death around the world, creating more fatalities among those across all age groups than any other condition.
Monday, May 28, 2018 • Raleigh, NC 27612
Karin Singleton's Blog
Here’s the scenario: your client comes in, stressed from events of the previous week and expecting the same for the week to come. Suddenly, the client stops the exercise and sits down for a moment. There is pain in the stomach area but it subsides, and the client is ready to resume the exercise. The client has been with you for some time, is fit and has no risk factors or history of cardiac problems. The reaction may depends on the gender of the client: The client is male: despite the absence of risk factors, you suspect a cardiac event.
Thursday, May 24, 2018 • American Fork, UT 84003
 Heart disease is the leading cause of death in the United States. Roughly 610,000 people die of a complication of heart disease, which is approximately 1 out of every 4 deaths.
Wednesday, January 03, 2018 • Downers Grove, IL 60516
Nannette's Fitness Solutions
I first want to wish you a Happy New Year! May your 2018 plans for living life be filled with sound wellness in every area of life.                              
Tuesday, November 14, 2017 • Round Rock, TX 78681
Denise Lee's Blog
On 11/13/17 the American Heart Association released new guidelines regarding an elevated/at risk blood pressure. Those with blood pressure (BP) readings of 130 as the top number and 80 and the bottom are now considered as at risk. BP was previously defined as 140/90 since 1993. This new guideline change means that almost 46% of adults in the U.S. are considered at risk.

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