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    Stress After Menopause May Lead to Irregular Heartbeat
    Have you gone through menopause? If so, then experiencing certain types of stress can increase your risk for a heart arrhythmia called atrial fibrillation.
    Fad Diets: Lower Weight, Higher Heart Risk?
    Research shows that some diet trends may increase your risk for heart problems like cardiovascular disease. The American Heart Association (AHA) recently identified some of the heart-riskiest dietary patterns. These included the following:
    Beyond Diet: Other Factors Upping Your Cholesterol
    When it comes to heart-healthy eating, you might be doing everything by the book—but your cholesterol numbers tell a different story.
    SCAD: The Under-the-Radar Heart Problem
    Spontaneous coronary artery dissection or SCAD is increasingly recognized as a cause of heart attacks, but the condition is not well-known.
    Roadmap to a Healthy Heart
    To keep you heading in the right direction, follow these targeted heart disease prevention guidelines. Read the road signs and sample a few of the recommendations:
    Getting the Most from Your Blood Pressure Medicine
    Learning you have high blood pressure can come as a surprise. After all, the condition usually has no symptoms. But once you’ve been diagnosed, taking steps to control it can protect your heart—and your health.
    Small Diet Changes, Big Heart Benefits
    When you’re living with coronary artery disease (CAD), eating healthy can feel daunting. But a diet change doesn’t have to be drastic for it to have an impact. Small tweaks can go a long way in helping your health. Here’s how to get started.
    Know the Warning Signs of an Aneurysm
    An aneurysm occurs when a weak spot in an artery wall starts to bulge out like a balloon. Some aneurysms develop slowly over a period of years. Many cause no problems.
    Your 4-Step Plan to Lower Blood Pressure and Prevent Dementia
    A new study found that controlling blood pressure later in life protects both your cardiovascular system and your thinking and memory.
    Manage Stress to Lower Your Stroke Risk
    Under pressure? You’re not alone—one in four Americans say they’re so stressed they can barely function.
    Should You Use Wearable Tech for Better Heart Health?
    Wearable gadgets, such as an Apple Watch or Fitbit, have long been able to track your physical activity. But the new generation of tech is more intelligent about tracking your heart health, too.
    Diagnosed with Heart Disease? Here’s What to Do Next
    Diagnosed with heart disease? With lifestyle changes, medicine, and medical procedures, if needed, you can live a healthier life and reduce your risk for more serious issues. Here are some of the first steps you should take.
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    Southern New Mexico
    Surgery Center

    2301 Indian Wells Rd. Suite B
    Alamogordo, NM 88310
    www.snmsc.org

    Phone: 575.437.0890
    Fax: 575.437.0905
    Email: info@snmsc.org

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