Friday, August 28, 2015

Stress Management

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Chronic stress can lead to high blood pressure and cholesterol, two major risk factors for heart disease, heart attack, and stroke. Stressors like a heavy workload at the office or the death of a loved one affects your heart. While stressed, people may engage in other activities like smoking and over eating that lead to risk factors for heart disease.

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I spend a great deal of "electronic ink" harping on the subject of "Informed, Self-directed Healthcare (ISH).  In a nutshell, ISH is about spending a little time studying your personal health concerns (using resources like and working with your doctor as a team to solve them.  Remember, your doctor has to study, understand,…

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