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Here are the top ten articles for the Heart Disease Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. Causes of Palpitations
Most of us experience palpitations from time to time. Learn more about potential causes.
2. Hypertension Treatment Recommendations
Just when should your doctor begin treating your high blood pressure? Learn the national consensus in this article.
3. EKGs and Heart Disease
EKGs are commonly done, but what does a normal EKG mean? Can you still have severe heart disease if your EKG is completely normal? Yes, you can. Find out more in this article.
4. Hypertension Tidbits
Learn a few, yet crucial tips to help improve the long-term management of hypertension. Simple things can make a big difference.
An echocardiogram is a commonly performed heart test, much like an ultrasound performed during pregnancy. It tells your doctor how strong your heart is, whether you have leaky valves, and other useful information.
6. Potassium Salt
Potassium salt is a great alternative to table salt for many who love the taste of salt, but don't love its effects on their blood pressure. Learn about the pros and cons in this article.
7. Supraventricular Tachycardia (SVT)
Supraventricular tachycardia (SVT) is a rapid heart rate that originates in the upper part of the heart. Unlike coronary artery disease, SVT frequently occurs in young adults.
Bradycardia is a slow heart rate. Sometimes it causes no symptoms, but sometimes it can be potentially life-threatening. Learn about the signs and symptoms in this article.
A rapid heart rate may be your body's normal response to a variety of innocuous conditions or it may be due to a potentially serious heart condition. Learn the significance of a rapid heart rate in this article.
10. Exercise Creatively
Finding time to exercise can be challenging for even the most organized of people, but you don't have to run a marathon to reap the health benefits of physical. Why not create your own routine?
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