17 Feb

Exercise Is A Medicine & Sitting Is A Disease!

  • Heart Alert Systems
  • February 17, 2016
If You Have Heart DiseaseExercise Can Help Save Your Life! While Exercise Is Good For Everyone! If  you are one of the 81 Million men and women living in the United States that have Heart Disease, Strokes or A-Fib the  benefits of exercising can not only help you feel better and take fewer medications…It Can Help You Live Longer! And here is why! When someone has a heart attack it is often the wake-up call they need to change their... Read More
15 Feb
The reason more women die every year from heart attacks than men is  that they don’t receive the same Early Warning Signals from their hearts that men receive from theirs! The truth is Cardiovascular Disease is the leading cause of death for both men and women in the United States. However women, particularly young women, tend to have far fewer of the most common Early Warning Signals their hearts will start send them right before they have a heart attack... Read More
15 Feb

Have You Had A “Silent Heart Attack?”

  • Heart Alert Systems
  • February 15, 2016
According To The U.S. Government’s Center for Disease Control in Atlanta Georgia…Every 43 Seconds Someone In The U.S. Is Having A Heart Attack! That means about 735,000 men and women in this country are having heart attacks every year! And if this statistic weren’t bad enough, about 200,000 of this number are having what is called a “Silent Heart Attack” and they don’t even know they have had a heart attack! What Is A Silent Heart Attack?A Silent Heart Attack... Read More
04 Feb

Are You At Risk of Having A Heart Attack?

  • Heart Alert Systems
  • February 4, 2016
According to statistics from the World Heart Foundation,Cardiovascular Heart Disease,” which includes heart disease and strokes, is the world’s leading cause of death! The good news is that Cardiovascular Heart Disease is now mostly preventable and treatable, thanks to rapid advancement in medical science and progress with new diagnostic and treatment methods. By understanding and managing these risk factors, anyone suffering from Cardiovascular Heart Disease can substantially lower their risk of dying from heart disease. What Are The Factors That... Read More