How to monitor your heart health from home



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Heart health is important: 45-year-old, school teacher, Lakshmi was not new to heart problems. In June 2019, she was diagnosed with cardiac arrhythmia (palpitation, racing heart) a condition that leads to irregular heartbeats as a result of the heart pumping too fast or too slow. However, Lakshmi ignored the condition as regular medical consultations helped ensure that her condition was under control. She was managing fine until the pandemic broke out.

Lakshmi started experiencing increased symptoms earlier and was unable to step out and consult a cardiologist due to concerns around her health and safety. The symptoms

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HOIST Fitness Mi7Smith Functional Trainer Wins 2021 Men’s Health Home Gym Award

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POWAY, Calif., Jan. 27, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — HOIST Fitness Systems, Inc. (“HOIST Fitness” or “HOIST”) is proud to announce that their Mi7Smith Functional Trainer has won the 2021 Men’s Health Home Gym Award. The Mi7Smith Functional Training System is a completely innovative home gym that maximizes space by combining the MiSmith Dual Action Smith with the Mi7 Functional Trainer. This provides a walk-through design to deliver a sleek and efficient gym unlike any other. The methodology for winning a

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Home gyms that complement your IKEA furniture and ensure you fulfil your fitness goals!

The pandemic has restrained most of us to our homes, and not that we needed any more excuses to bunk the gym, but now we have a legitimate one – there’s literally a virus on the loose! But ignoring our health and fitness is something we simply cannot afford to do anymore. If there’s one thing that COVID-19 has instilled into us, it’s that health really is wealth. And, as much as I love procrastinating, and putting off any form of exercise for as long as I can, I cannot deny the fact that health must be considered a top

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Health workers plead with Hoosiers, ‘Stay home for Thanksgiving’ | News

INDIANAPOLIS — Hospital representatives, nurses and doctors shared their heart-wrenching stories from the front lines in a bid to persuade Hoosiers to limit their Thanksgiving celebrations as Indiana fights against a surge of COVID-19 hospitalizations.

With a record-breaking 3,040 Hoosiers hospitalized, the weekly state press conference Wednesday dedicated a portion of the one-hour airtime to sharing stories from health care workers across the state.

Sarah Paturalski, a nurse at Memorial Hospital in South Bend, told about the emotional toll of caring for rapidly deteriorating patients and being the stand-in family member to dying patients.

“This pandemic has stretched us and

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