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More and more Indians are succumbing to heart disease in the prime of their lives. This is a shocking trend that can be controlled if people start caring about their hearts; it is after all the primary source of life. Working professionals in their 30’s and 40’s are more susceptible to heart diseases today. Needless to say, anyone over the age of 50 already has a weak heart. To ensure that your heart is in good shape, you must get a heart check every year. Use the BHB heart monitor to keep a tab on your heart. Check for any irregularities in heart rhythm from time to time and in case you notice any, consult a doctor immediately.

Think of it as a similar process like weighing yourself. If you gain weight, you make amends to lose it. Treat the heart with the same amount of care and you will live a healthy and fulfilled life.

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September 13, 2016

Heart Disease is one of the leading causes of deaths in the country today. To see yourself lead a healthy life, it is important to know about and prevent heart disease. Here are a few things you must know about heart disease and what causes it: Meaning To state simply, Heart disease is an umbrella Read more…

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September 2, 2016

‘Heart Attack’ – the word itself is enough to alarm you and care for your health. Though a fatal disease, the prevention is quite simple. By following our SIMPLE 5 SOLUTIONS, you can lower your risk of a heart attack by many times. Eat Healthy A nutritious diet is the first and foremost step for Read more…

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August 26, 2016

If you’re suffering from heart disease, you would know that it’s not only important to cure your current disease but also to prevent it from occurring ever again. And for this, it is sobering, yet important, to realize that the condition of your blood vessels will steadily worsen unless you make changes in your daily Read more…

August 16, 2016

It’s one of the oldest sayings in commerce, and it holds true for our hearts too. Do you know your resting heart beat? Do you have an irregular heart rhythm? Knowing this vital information will help you develop a plan to work towards a healthy heart. And the solution is simple. In this era of Read more…

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August 16, 2016

Protection is always more difficult than destruction. This is true for your heart health too. Here are a few actions that are wrecking your heart health without you even realizing it. To have a healthy heart and a long healthy life, beware of these habits and fix them! Sit, Sit and Keep Sitting It’s so Read more…

January 6, 2016

Research has proven that the human body is made for physical use and being sedentary has huge consequences for us. In fact, Sitting is the new Smoking! On an average, the urban human is sitting for more hours than he or she is sleeping! This could actually shorten our life spans. Here are small things Read more…

October 14, 2015

To continue increasing awareness on heart health, this World Heart Day BHB conducted both on ground and online activities. From health camps to special awareness building programmes for the youth and the elderly to workshops at corporates, here are some the activities conducted.

June 5, 2015

There are some healthy habits you can adopt so as to keep your blood pressure in check. Practice the following and stay heart healthy: Reduce your intake of salt Exercise regularly and stay fit Drink alcohol in moderation Quit smoking and avoid damage to the arteries Eat a balanced diet Monitor your blood pressure regularly Read more…

December 29, 2014

Winter is a season in which you cannot afford to miss heart health checkups. An extensive body of medical research indicates that  most of heart ailments and heart attacks occur in the winter season. The  various reasons behind the  increased incidence of heart attack in the winter season are as follows: 1.  The intake of Read more…

November 20, 2014

A myriad number of medical studies have revealed that blood pressures are higher in the winter months. Low temperatures cause narrowing of blood vessels (vasoconstriction) which increases blood pressure because more pressure is needed to force blood through a person’s  narrowed veins and arteries. Other seasonal causes of high blood pressure include weight gain, excessive Read more…