Can heart health be improved

Dr. Steele: Can heart health be improved? We’ll find out. My name is Dr. Erica steele. I’m a holistic doctor in family practice. I hold six degrees in my field and they’re all in the natural healthcare space, and I have chosen to be a drugless doctor. So to answer our question, can heart health be improved simply, yes.

If you take full responsibility for your health and wellbeing and choose to improve your lifestyle, so heart health can be improved through lifestyle changes such as regular exercise, maintaining a healthy diet, not smoking, and of course managing stress as well as your emotional wellbeing. It’s also really important to maintain a healthy weight, which includes not only a healthy blood sugar, but also healthy blood pressure, uh, making sure that you control your blood sugar levels.

Especially if you have diabetes, as well as drinking enough water, I cannot even stress enough as to how water is so important. Number one, cause of hypertension is dehydration, so making sure that you drink a minimum of half of your body weight and ounces in water is key to heart health. Additionally, some people may benefit from taking medications to either lower their blood pressure or to stabilize their blood sugar.

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However you wanna consult with your healthcare provider to determine the best plan. Now, being a Drugless doctor doesn’t necessarily mean we kick out all of the pharmaceutical routes. In fact, I work alongside allopathic medical doctors all of the time, especially if the blood sugar is really high a lot of times.

Stabilizer to ensure that the person is healthy. They’re not going to necessarily have a stroke or a heart attack. Something of that regard that could be life-threatening. So what we wanna do is, Use that pharmacological agent as a stabilizer while we’re also making those lifestyle changes. I often say that health does not happen instantaneously, and disease doesn’t happen just outta nowhere either in each and every moment.

You’re either building health or building disease. So tune in and I will teach you more how to build health rather than build disease.

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