Tag: "exercise"

Stress, Depression and Hostility May Boost Your Risk of Stroke

| April 20, 2016 | Comments (0)

When the stress hormone cortisol is released rapidly and too often, and in powerful quantities, it can damage the hippocampus — the area in your brain where your memories are formed and stored. Reducing stress to protect your brain and memory function is a good starting point, but according to a review of data from […]

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Is Your “Work Ethic” Destroying Your Heart Health?

| March 21, 2016 | Comments (0)

The pressures of our modern and hectic lifestyles have many of us burning the midnight oil in the office — working late and irregular hours, checking work emails over weekends and being on-call at all hours of the day. Now, the results of a long-term study show that those long working hours may have a […]

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WARNING: Risks Of Heart Attack And Stroke Increase During Winter

| February 19, 2016 | Comments (0)

Heart disease and strokes claim the lives of hundreds more people during the winter months, according to the British Heart Foundation (BHF). Professor Peter Weissberg, medical director at the BHF said: “The figures show there is a clear pattern of a higher number of deaths from cardiovascular disease during this time of year. That’s why […]

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10 Ways To Reduce Your Risk of Heart Disease Without Drugs

| August 27, 2015 | Comments (0)

Let’s face it, cholesterol-lowering drugs, like statins and the newly approved PCSK9 inhibitors, are far from being magic bullets to lower your risk of dying from heart disease. In fact, some experts believe that too low cholesterol levels can actually increase your risk of cardiovascular disease. Heart disease is primarily the result of unhealthy and […]

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Statins Could Affect The Benefits Of Regular Exercise

| July 17, 2014 | Comments (1)

Those keen to optimise their cardiovascular health and reduce their risk of heart attack and stroke may well, in addition to ‘eating right’, take steps to be physically fit. One way exercise (e.g. walking, jogging, cycling) increases our ‘fitness’ is by inducing the production of tiny ‘engines’ in the cells known as mitochondria (my-toe-con-dree-ah). Most […]

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Taking Statins Could Sabotage Your Efforts To Get Fit

| May 23, 2013 | Comments (0)

According to recently-published research, any effort we put into physical exercise may not translate into fitness benefits for people taking statins. People exercise for many reasons. A major motivator is the desire to ‘get fit and healthy’. Regular exercise induces changes that can increase strength and endurance. It also increases the number of tiny structures […]

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