If the holidays sometimes leave you feeling overwhelmed and out of control, you’re not alone! Here are some key things you can do to stay happy and healthy throughout the busy holiday season.
The article below explains the link between having diabetes & Cardiovascular Disease.
The article below explains the link between Sleep Apnea, heart disease and stroke.
Do you suffer from Varicose Veins? We have the solution! We are offering free vein screenings at our Colonial Heights office and Chippenham office this week. Here are some questions that you might want answered about our new vein closure procedure, Venefit.
American Heart Association has some great recipes to get you on track for a Heart-Healthy Diet!
Shortness of breath, nausea, anxiety back or jaw pain. If you have these symptoms – and you are a woman – you may be having a heart attack.
Trying to quit smoking or using tobacco, but don’t know where to start? Here are some resources that can help you accomplish your goal and cross off one of your 2016 resolutions!
This website has so many articles to help you along your journey, from preparing to quit to living without tobacco. There is focus on craving management, mood, and healthy living tips. It also gives you access to making a personalized quit plan (http://smokefree.gov/build-your-quit-plan) which is made by you to keep you on track and motivated.
This is a phone number you can call to obtain assistance and information when you are thinking about quitting tobacco or cigarettes. 1-800-QUIT-NOW (1-800-784-8669)
This website is from the American Lung Association. It allows you to obtain facts about smoking and tobacco. It also tells you the benefits of quitting and what to expect when you do quit. There is a special section about helping others quit, which can be helpful to loved ones when supporting the quitting process.
All of these resources can be helpful in the quitting process. If you have any questions or need more help, all of the providers at James River Cardiology are here to help you on your way to being smoke free in 2016!
Is broken heart syndrome a real thing? Read the article below to learn more about stress- induced cardiomyopathy.