Posts Tagged: heart attack

Grounding Immediately Supports Your Heart & Boosts Circulation

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  Our hearts emit the strongest electromagnetic field of our entire body… …thousands of times stronger than the electromagnetic field of our brains!   The human heart’s electromagnetic field is measured at about 100,000 times stronger electrically (and 5,000 times stronger magnetically) than the human brain. This electomagnetic frequency that pulses out from your heart… Read more »

Short Sleep Can Double Mortality… The Latest Research + How To Get That Extra Hour Of Life Saving Sleep

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I’m a big advocate for the importance of sleep, and have written these articles for you over the past year or two on how important sleep is: How Sleep Affects Your Heart Health Missing Just One Hour Of Sleep Skyrockets Your Risk Of Depression, Anxiety Sleep Increases Your Recovery From Depression Sleep: An Easy Way To… Read more »

How Sleep Affects Your Heart Health

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Last week I shared with you a study that shows even a small decrease in sleep, as little as one hour less of sleep, dramatically increases your risk of mood disturbances (anxiety, depression, hopelessness.) This week is the last on my series focusing in on sleep… and this one is important too. Turns out, your… Read more »

Sauna To Protect Your Brain

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  Now this is a medical study I can really get behind!  Woot! I LOVE HEAT. And I love love love anything that boosts circulation — like grounding, sauna, steam room, hot baths, sleeping with a hot water bottle, massage, exercise…   …it just feels intuitively right to get your blood flowing, don’t you think?… Read more »

Emotional Stress Directly Predicts Heart Attack… 10 Ways To Prevent It

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  Finally, a medical study explains why there is a direct correlation between stress and heart attack. It turns out, increased brain activity in the area of emotional processing (the amygdala) directly increases the risk of cardiovascular events.   This study is the first to show that increased amygdala activity in humans strongly predicts cardiovascular… Read more »