Posts Tagged ‘heart disease’

Sept 14th 2011 – What is healthy living anyway? A major “call to action” is given. Is your lifestyle contributing to the growing obesity, heart disease, cancer and diabetes rate, if so what are you going to do about it? Preventative health care is as easy as moving everyday, eating right and supporting yourself and others in health! many shout outs to great organizations to follow.




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Dec 8th – Stress & Heart disease. Heart Disease is still the number one killer of men and women. Someone has a heart attack every 20 seconds in this country. Making a “lifestyle change” to “healthier living” will change your life. Reduce stress by not repressing stressor and trying Brahmari or “bee” Breathing Technique.


Lots of passion about heart disease and taking responsibility of your health!!

Did you know….

  • Every 34 seconds a  person in the United States dies from heart disease.
  • More than 2,500 Americans die from heart disease each day.
  • Every 20 seconds, a person in the United States has a heart attack.
  • At least 250,000 people die of heart attacks each year before they reach a hospital.
  • Almost 6 million hospitalizations each year (in the United States) are due to cardiovascular disease

Or that….

In 2010, heart disease will cost the United States $316.4 billion. This total includes the cost of health care services, medications, and lost productivity.


Brahmari Breathing Technique:

Inhale through nose with a slightly constricted glottis. (sounds like snoring)

Exhale slowly through slightly parted lips making a bee buzzing sound (sounds like humming)

**You may also plug your ears to intensify the vibration and sound in your head

Repeat 5-10 times (breaths)

For more info read here!

Dec 2nd – Pets are good for you! Having a pet is good for your health. Studies show those who have pets are less like to have cardiovascular problems like heart disease and even recover better from cardiac events. Pets are good for reducing stress and anxiety as well. So get a four legged friend they will have you walking and socializing more and before you know it… you’ll be healthier!


Other things pets are good for… making stronger immune systems and getting you dates!

Share your favorite pet story related to health!

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