The 5 Best Heart Healthy New Year's Resolutions

With January 1 fast approaching, it's that time of year when everyone makes resolutions for the upcoming year. However, most people who make resolutions with the best of intentions start out strong, but fade as the new year moves forward. However, for those people wanting to keep their hearts in top shape, there are five very important resolutions they should make and stick to each and every day. 
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Treating Migraines With Acupuncture

The following article is from our friends at Enhanced Chiropractic Solutions.

Acupuncture is a safe and effective treatment involving the placement of needles in various positions on the skin to help alleviate a variety of conditions. This treatment is a growing part of healthcare in the West and originated in China more than 5,000 years ago. It has been used as an anesthetic for surgery, a treatment for disease, and as a preventative measure to help ensure the overall health of patients. 
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The Effect Of Depression On The Heart

What is depression?

Depression is a severe mental illness which adversely affects the behavior, brain and whole body, as well as drives down the quality of life. In addition, depression has been linked to heart problems too.

Doctors still can’t completely explain how depression and heart disease are linked together. But it is now clear to them that if the patient is depressed and has a heart disease; both conditions have to be treated together for the patient to be well.
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What is an AED and Why is it Important?

The Automatic External Defibrillator (AED) is a lightweight device that can be used to treat sudden cardiac arrest. During sudden cardiac arrest, the heart rhythm becomes irregular and the heart may stop beating. AEDs check heart rhythm and can supply an electric shock through the chest to the heart, which may restore normal heartbeat. Without immediate restoration of heart rhythm, sudden cardiac arrest is likely to result in death. Every minute without a restored heart rhythm survival drops 10 percent and 90 percent of sudden cardiac arrest victims do not survive. Fortunately, AEDs have become more widely available in the consumer market. However, with people's lives to consider, it is important to invest in a reliable AED from an experienced and trusted manufacturer. 
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