We all must take personal responsibility for our physical and spiritual health,” Constantine said. “Our habits shape how we live our lives.
NASHVILLE (PRWEB) March 24, 2015
Life is often about the heart and what consumes it. Matters of the heart, whether physical or spiritual, are not to be taken lightly.
Cardiologist Arthur E. Constantine has helped patients from all walks of life over the course of his 24-year career. The most important discovery he has made is that there is an inseparable intertwining of the physical and spiritual bindings of the heart.
“We all must take personal responsibility for our physical and spiritual health,” Constantine said. “Our habits shape how we live our lives.”
Constantine’s new book, “It’s Always the Heart,” offers valuable, life changing clinical and spiritual insights into the prevention of and recovery from heart disease. Readers discover what it means to be completed healed in mind, spirit and body.
With equal measures of diet and exercise guidance and Bible-based insight, “It’s Always the Heart” shares 10 patient stories, each with a different physical heart ailment rooted in a parallel spiritual heart problem.
Through these patient stories and other insights in his new book, Constantine demonstrates that all obstacles in life can only be overcome by changing the heart, which in turn will affect finances, attitude, relationships, addictions, overall health, etc.
“Everyone is busy but all have to balance and prioritize the important things including preparing healthy meals, engaging in daily exercise, and studying a spiritual message daily,” Constantine said. “This world has a heart problem both physical and spiritual and it is time to unclog these clogged arteries.”
“It’s Always the Heart”
By: Arthur E. Constantine, MD
Available in softcover, hardcover, e-book
Available on amazon.com, barnesandnoble.com, bookstore.westbowpress.com, and http://www.itsalwaystheheart.com
About the author
Arthur E. Constantine, MD, earned a medical degree from the University of Alabama at Birmingham and did a cardiology fellowship at the Medical College of Georgia in Augusta, Ga. He is a cardiologist practicing at the Heart Group/St. Thomas Heart at St. Thomas Hospital in Nashville, Tenn.