Tag: Heart Attack

How Important Is Exercise for Your Long Term Health | HealthSoul

You know that exercise is important. It improves your health in many ways. You instantly get a rush of feel-good chemicals. Your heart pounds, you think more clearly, and your circulation improves. But exercise isn’t about just the instant benefits. It…

Why Doctors Are Backing Away from Prescribing Daily Low-Dose Aspirin? | HealthSoul

Why Doctors Are Backing Away from Prescribing Daily Low-Dose Aspirin For years, doctors have encouraged aging Americans to take a daily low dose (typically 81 mg) of aspirin every day to help think the blood and reduce their risk of…

Atrial Fibrillation Ablation: Indications and Complications | HealthSoul

Your heart is made of four chambers, the left and right atrium, and the left and right ventricle. The healthy heart beats regularly to pump blood to the body. Each heart beat is triggered by an electrical signal from a…

Can Heart Scans Detect Blockages? | HealthSoul

Heart disease is the leading cause of death in the world, especially amongst men. In fact, according to the World Health Organization, heart disease has claimed the lives of over 7,400,000 people in 2015. Studies have shown that the probability…

Indians: Heart Attack at Young Age and Higher Death Rate | HealthSoul

In 2010, close to 25% of deaths in India were due to Cardiovascular disease. Did you know that Indian people are at higher risk of heart attacks and the rate of heart disease in this ethnic group is hitting younger…

Heart Attack in Women: How is it Different? | HealthSoul

Heart attacks are the leading cause of death for women and kill more than 3 million women a year.  Coronary artery disease (heart attack, blockage of heart arteries) affects women differently than men. Let’s learn about risk factors and symptoms…

Learn the Warning Signs of Heart Attack | HealthSoul

The Number One Cause of Death Cardiovascular disease is the number one leading cause of deaths in the world. According to American Heart Association, 17.3 million people die due to heart disease. This figure is expected to be more than…