In this video Mayo Clinic cardiologist Randal J. Thomas, M.D. discusses controversial nutrition and exercise topics on lowering risk and prevention of heart disease. For more information, visit: http://www.mayoclinic.org/cardiovascular-disease-rst/cardioheartclinic.html?mc_id=youtube
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The video will show you the difference between moderate and vigorous intensity physical activity. It will also demonstrate what your target heart rate means and how to calculate it. It will share creative solutions to common barriers and also demonstrating how to fuel up your tank with the right foods…
https://www.bhf.org.uk/heart-health/preventing-heart-disease/staying-active You don't need fancy gym gear or a lot of space to get active– just a few minutes and a positive attitude. Work up a living-room sweat with our simple 10 minute workout.
http://www.dailyrx.com/leisure-time-physical-activity-decreased-heart-failure-risk-more-total-activity An apple a day keeps the doctor away, but exercise may make your cardiologist a stranger. A recent study found exercise reduced the rates of heart failure. I'm Miranda Savioli with your latest health news. Heart failure is an often deadly problem when the heart cannot adequately pump blood…
It's a common myth that you can't exercise after a heart attack. Leading cardiologist Dr John Gerry Coghlan explains when you can start exercising again after your operation, and how to stay within your limits. Book a consultation with Dr Coghlan here: https://www.topdoctors.co.uk/doctor/john-gerry-coghlan
DALLAS – Jan. 30, 2019 – Exercise is often cited as the best preventive medicine, but how much is too much for the hearts of middle-aged athletes? Sports cardiologist Dr. Benjamin Levine led a study, now published in JAMA Cardiology, to find the answer.
Dr. Amy Pollak, a cardiologist at Mayo Clinic, urges everyone to get at least 20-30 minutes of exercise each day.
A sedentary (inactive) lifestyle is one of the top risk factors for heart disease. Fortunately, it's a risk factor that you can do something about. Watch & learn 5 Best exercises to keep your heart strong and reduce your risk of heart disease and stroke. Know more about MaxCure Hospitals…
You don’t have to run a marathon to boost your heart’s health. Dr. Adnan Khalid, cardiology, says even a little physical activity can keep heart failure patients out of the hospital.