Yourwellness Magazine is unique in that it cover all aspects of wellbeing, from health and relationships, through fitness and family, to work and finances.
London, England (PRWEB UK) 14 March 2013
Our hearts are an amazing organ. It contracts and relaxes around 70 times a minute – that’s 100,800 times per day and over 2.76 billion times during an average lifespan. If people look after their heart, it can carry on beating significantly longer, but failing to pay attention to diet and lifestyle can cause premature heart failure as a result.
This edition of Yourwellness covers all angles of Heart Health and includes:
- "What is a heart attack – signs you should look out for"
- "Will it happen to you – find out if you are at risk"
- "My heart attack – read about a 46 year old who unexpectedly suffered from a heart attack"
- "How can you protect your heart – a few helpful tips"
- "Eating for a healthy heart by Rhoda Sutherland"
- "Why your heart needs exercise by Nicola Hall"
- "Why smoking damages your heart by Steve Robinson"
- "Heart friendly supplements – a comprehensive list of ingredients and supplements"
Michael Kitt of Yourwellness said " Our heart Health issue has been created to really make our readers thing about one of the most important organs in our body. We want them to question themselves... Do they, or any of theirr close family or friends suffer from heart problems? Do they or anyone close to them have any other problems that could cause or lead to heart disease? For example diabetes, obesity, high blood pressure and smoking? "
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