Managing Stress

  1. Making Changes to Avoid Heart Disease

    Your heart is a vital organ that keeps your body functioning. Unfortunately, many people don't treat it that way. They may not realize that their daily habits and lifestyle can overwork and damage their heart. So, take care of your heart and yourself. Start by making the following lifestyle changes.

  2. Stress Can Increase Your Risk of Heart Disease

    Mental stress does more than diminish your sense of well-being. It also can increase your risk for heart disease.

  3. The Power of Meditation

    Meditation allows you to become more awake and more deliberate about your actions. It teaches you how to respond rather than react to situations in your life.

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