Over the last few decades numerous studies have shown negative states, such as depression, anger, anxiety, and hostility, to be detrimental to heart health.
In the first systematic review on this topic to date, Harvard School of Public Health researchers found Continue reading »
by Dr. David Perlmutter
Yes, it is breathtaking to consider that we have the will to physically and functionally change our brains.
And while the fact that research demonstrates that simply contemplating a physical activity can make these changes, the brass ring involves taking the final step.
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Stress Management Program Helps Prevent Heart Events in Patients With Heart Disease
A cognitive behavioral therapy program focusing on stress management appears to decrease the risk of recurrent heart attacks and other cardiovascular events in patients with heart disease, Continue reading »