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A recent meta-analysis has shown that loneliness and social isolation are risk factors for coronary heart disease and stroke. These latest findings, specific to cardiovascular outcomes, are consistent with substantial research indicating broad health risks (eg, immune functioning, cardiovascular functioning, cognitive decline) associated with the quantity and quality of social relationships—including several meta-analyses documenting mortality risk. In […]

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August 11, 2020

Loneliness and Isolation as major risk factors for Cardiovascular Disease

WoW Woman in Health Tech | Sherezade Ruano founder of RhythmiaBreath Medical Wellness programme March 18, 2020 Interview by MarijaButkovic      WoW Woman, Sherezade Ruano is the founder of RhythmiaBreath Medical Wellness programme, an initiative, which in 2017 granted the credential of being the first method in the UK to combine modern medicine with holistic […]

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April 9, 2020

Women in Health Tech Interview | Sherezade Ruano

Mental Wellbeing for NHS clinical staff: building resilience in times of uncertainty. Understanding the role of healthcare professionals in the world by Sherezade Ruano, Founder and CEO of RhythmiaBreath.   The NHS is one of the largest employers in the world: its 1.3 million staff in England and Wales care for 1 million patients every […]

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March 20, 2020

Mental Wellbeing for NHS employees

Can Mindfulness Evolve From Wellness Pursuit to Medical Treatment? By Kim Tingley. Jan 20, 2020. The New York Times Magazine Roughly a third of all adults in the United States have high blood pressure, a major risk factor for heart disease and stroke. It’s a condition that can be largely controlled with diet, exercise and medication, […]

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January 24, 2020

From Wellness to Medical Treatment?

Dr Aseem Malhotra is an Honorary Consultant Cardiologist at Lister Hospital in Stevenage, UK and visiting Professor of Evidence Based Medicine, Bahiana School of Medicine and Public Health, Salvador, Brazil. He is a founding member of Action on Sugar and has led work highlighting the harm caused by excess sugar consumption in the United Kingdom, particularly its role […]

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October 28, 2019

Reversing Heart Disease, Dr Aseem Malhotra, Consultant Cardiologist

Author: Dr Alberto Pertusa. Consultant Psychiatrist. Harley Stree. London. Website: https://psychiatristlondon.co.uk People who come to see me in order to seek help for their anxiety often ask whether medication is necessary to alleviate the anxiety that does not seem to have responded to basic interventions such as talking therapy or other interventions like mindfulness or exercise. When […]

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September 27, 2019

Anxiety, can it be Treated Without Medication?

Yoga has finally been proven by scientific research to improve clinical outcomes after myocardial infarction, to decrease symptoms in heart failure and improve quality of life. The following abstract was presented in the last European Society of Cardiology Congress, August 2019, and was chosen the ‘Abstract of the day’!   ESC Congress News 2019 – […]

Cardiolody, Exercise, Health

September 25, 2019

Does yoga with breathing exercises improve outcomes after STEMI?

Clear and convincing clinical evidence has established that living with an implantable cardioverter-defibrillator (ICD) saves patients’ lives. In a 1999 landmark trial comparing the ICD to anti-arrhythmic drugs, the “ICD remains superior in prolonging survival after life-threatening arrhythmia.” Concomitantly, psychosocial research on the ICD has shown that living with the device as a treatment for […]

Cardiolody, Cardiovascular Disease, Health, Psychology, Stress, Yoga Therapy

July 29, 2019

Psychosocial and Cardiac Outcomes of Yoga for ICD Patients