Helping You Better Understand Heart Health

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How Stress at Work Puts Your Life at Risk

May 23, 2016

By The Institute for Natural Healing

Stress kills. It’s the driving force behind depression, heart disease, and Alzheimer’s.

Not all stress affects you the same way. But new research suggests work stress may be the worst of them all. And not surprisingly, it’s one of the main sources of stress for most Americans.1

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Is Your Neighborhood Destroying Your Heart?

May 18, 2016

By The Institute for Natural Healing

When it comes to heart health, there are some obvious factors that put you in danger… Like smoking cigarettes and eating too much sugar. But then there are hidden dangers… Ones that could be raising your risk of heart disease or stroke without you ever suspecting it.

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Study Debunks Deadly Heart Myth

May 10, 2016

By The Institute for Natural Healing

For years, researchers have claimed that obese people with heart disease live longer than their slimmer counterparts. This so-called “obesity paradox” made obese people feel better. It also made them less likely to try to lose weight.

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This Natural Extract Fights Hypertension Without Putting You at Risk

May 5, 2016

By The Institute for Natural Healing

If you’re one of the 1-in-3 Americans with high blood pressure, then you know all too well… It can seem impossible to keep it under control. And forget trying to reverse it.

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A Healthy Brain Needs a Healthy Heart

May 1, 2016

By The Institute for Natural Healing

New research shows that heart and brain health are one and the same. If one starts to decline, the other becomes vulnerable. Scientists in the Netherlands recently studied 2,400 adults with no history of heart or brain disease.1

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How Loud Noises Destroy Your Heart

April 28, 2016

By The Institute for Natural Healing

Do you love rocking out to loud music? Do you ride the subway? Go to big sporting events? Operate a leaf blower or chainsaw? Or perhaps dine in noisy restaurants?

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