Your Mental Health Can Influence Your Risk of Heart Disease

A negative state of mind can worsen heart disease or trigger a heart attack. Improving your outlook may be key to better heart health.

Much of the talk about heart-disease prevention centers on controlling risk factors such as high blood pressure, blood sugar and cholesterol. But there is growing realization that an individual’s psychological health can contribute to their cardiovascular health in both negative and positive ways. To spread the word, so to speak, earlier this year the American […]
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