EDUCATIONAL BLOGS – Epic Heart And Vascular

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Blood Pressure and Fatigue – The Relationship

May 30, 2023

Waking up after a seemingly good night’s sleep, only to find yourself in a never-ending battle with exhaustion. The drop in energy levels leaves you yearning for a quick fix nap all the time. What could be the culprit behind this? Is high blood pressure to be blamed for being tired all the time? Let’s […]

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Pain Under Left Breast – 10 Reasons Why This Is Happening

May 15, 2023

Are you concerned about the sharp pain under your left breast that comes and goes in the form of episodes? Well, it is definitely not something you can let be. The area in question houses vital organs such as your heart, liver, lungs, etc.; therefore, contact your healthcare expert as soon as possible under any […]

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9 Things You Can’t Do With A Pacemaker

Apr 30, 2023

Do you have a device that helps your heart tick all day? Well, it is good that a little piece of a shocker (your pacemaker) is doing the work for your heart. But with all the goodness, there are some things you can’t do with a pacemaker inside; for example, strenuous exercise, machinery, and magnets […]

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The Link Between Heavy Legs and Varicose Veins

Apr 15, 2023

Are your legs feeling heavy, more than a sack of veggies? Do you find yourself struggling to muster up the energy to do anything beyond sitting on the couch? Well, before you conclude anything, consider this: you may be dealing with varicose veins. Yes, those drab, bulging veins that force you to want to wear […]

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How To Deal With Neck Pain and High BP?

Mar 30, 2023

Do you often have to bear the discomfort of neck pain and high BP (blood pressure)? What if there is a connection between these two seemingly unrelated conditions? Well, many people with high blood pressure also experience neck pain. In this blog, let’s explore the link between these two conditions and ways of relief. Does […]

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Life Expectancy After A Heart Attack

Mar 15, 2023

Having a heart attack is nature’s way of saying you need a break. If you or someone close has recently suffered from a heart attack, you may be thinking about what the future holds. It is normal to have questions and concerns about life expectancy after a heart attack by age, so let’s delve deeper […]

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Step-Wise Guide To Deal With Varicose Vein Bleed

Feb 28, 2023

Those bluish-purple spider web lines you are seeing may look cool, but they are not a good sign for you. That mesh of vessels you see are varicose veins; they are fragile and thin and may burst, resulting in hemorrhage. Bleeding from the varicose vein needs prompt medical attention. What are Varicose Veins and Their […]

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What Makes Heart Attack and Cardiac Arrest Different?

Feb 15, 2023

If you’re experiencing chest pain, it’s important not to let it linger and seek medical attention immediately. Both heart attack and cardiac arrest are serious conditions; the terms are often used interchangeably but are different. Let’s discuss them in detail; heart attack vs. cardiac arrest – the difference. Heart Attack A heart attack occurs when […]

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If Your Echo Result Is Normal, Does That Mean Your Heart Is OK?

Feb 4, 2023

An echocardiogram is typically the first step when trying to identify heart disease. Cardiologists often recommend getting an echo exam when the patient displays signs of irregular heart activity. However, since echocardiograms only read heartbeats and blood flow, the results can be a bit tricky to decipher. It is due to this uncertainty that people […]

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Be Careful Of These 5 Restrictions While Wearing A Holter Monitor

Jan 15, 2023

It’s not easy dealing with a heart condition. It can be scary and overwhelming at the same time. Even more so if you have to wear a cardiac monitoring device. From the bulky recorder to the confusing wires and electrodes stuck to your chest, it’s easy to be taken aback by it all. However, in […]

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