If you’re having heart palpitations without any other symptoms, try these techniques to get your heartbeat back on beat.
Magnesium plays a big role in keeping your heart pumping at a regular pace. Deficiencies are common and can lead to palpitations. But getting more magnesium in your diet is easy.
A heart attack increases your risk for depression. Depression increases your risk of a heart attack. It can be a vicious cycle. Learn the signs of depression and how and when to seek help.
Lowering your systolic blood pressure can seriously reduce your overall health risks. A preventive cardiologist weighs in one some of the recommended natural (non-pharmaceutical) lifestyle modifications you can make to lower your blood pressure.
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A cardiologist explains how alcohol affects your heart and why moderation is key, especially if you live with other health conditions.
There’s no major link between feeling fatigued and having elevated blood pressure. A preventive cardiologist explains why it’s more likely caused by other conditions.
A pounding or fluttering heart, coupled with symptoms like pain, lightheadedness or high heart rate, could be a sign of an arrhythmia. Learn when to see a healthcare provider.
Heart palpitations can feel like fluttering, skipped beats or racing. Learn the common causes and when they could be a concern.
Die-hard fans know that big games can come with big stress. And if you’re at high risk of a heart attack, the excitement can be triggering. Learn to manage your risk during the big game.
If you press on your legs and leave a dent, chances are your legs are swollen. Here’s what to know about swelling in your legs and what to do about it.