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Chronic Illnesses | Montgomery Heart & Wellness
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Chronic Illnesses

Heart Disease

Many individuals suffer unknowingly from conditions such as heart failure, high blood pressure, or hardening of the arteries. Because there are many symptoms that are not typically associated with heart disease, an individual can suffer from such a condition for months to years as their heart health progressively worsens.
      • Congestive Heart Failure: A weakened heart that doesn’t circulate the blood adequately.
      • Coronary Heart Disease: Hardening and narrowing of the arteries of the heart such that blood flow to the heart muscle is limited.
      • Hypertensive Heart Disease: Generally a stiff, thickened heart that has been exposed to increased blood pressure over a long period of time.
    Heart Attack: Sudden blockage in an artery of the heart such that a part of the heart muscle suffocates and dies.
    • Sudden Cardiac Arrest: A condition in which the heart suddenly and unexpectedly stops beating.
    • Fatigue
    • Shortness of Breath
    • Erectile Dysfunction (Impotence)
    • Abdominal Pain
    • Nausea with or without Vomiting
    • Lightheadedness, Dizziness
    • Palpitations
    • Blackouts/ Fainting
    • Cramping, Tiredness, or Heaviness in the Legs with Walking
    • Obesity: People with a body mass index (BMI) of 30.0 or higher are more likely to develop high blood pressure.
    • Salt Consumption: A high-sodium intake increases blood pressure in some people.
    • Animal Protein Consumption: Regular consumption of animal protein in the form of beef, poultry, fish, eggs and dairy has been shown to be associated with increased heart disease and other chronic illnesses.
    • Alcohol Consumption: Heavy and regular use of alcohol can increase blood pressure dramatically.
    • Physical Activity: An inactive lifestyle makes it easier to become overweight and increases the chance of high blood pressure.
    • Stress: This is often mentioned as a risk factor, but stress levels are hard to measure, and responses to stress vary from person to person.
    • Race: African Americans develop high blood pressure more often than Caucasians, and it tends to occur earlier and be more severe.
    • Heredity: If your parents or other close blood relatives have high blood pressure, you’re more likely to develop it.
    • Age: In general, as age increases so does the risk of developing high blood pressure. It occurs most often in people over age 35. Men seem to develop it most often between age 35 and 55. Women are more likely to develop it after menopause.

Nutrition for Heart Disease and Other Chronic Illnesses

Chronic illness and obesity are an epidemic in the United States. However, our society and healthcare system has not adequately acknowledged the cause for widespread health problems across the country ― the American diet. Take control of your health by developing new, healthy eating habits to reverse some of the most common health concerns affecting our nation. These healthy eating practice can also help prevent and reverse other chronic conditions, including:
  • Obesity
  • Kidney Failure
  • Cancer
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Montgomery Heart & Wellness Website Refund Policy

If you desire a refund for a product from Montgomery Heart & Wellness, you can return the unused and unopened product and receive credit for the amount you were charged for that product. You can use this credit for any product or service we offer. We do not give monetary refunds.

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