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Can stress cause a heart attack?

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Can stress really contribute to a heart attack? If so, is the answer to eliminate stress?

Join me as I take the mic to delve into a topic important to my own survival: stress and heart disease. I have a special interest in stress; I work in a field where most people burnout and have a family history of heart disease. There's a course at CPR all about stress available here.

Also, this is the last episode for this season. Keep an eye out for the next season of episodes, when the weather is warm.

Find out how you can make meaningful, tangible, durable improvements to your sleep and health at cprhealthclinic.com

Schedule a free consult.

What if I told you that you could rewrite your genetics? That just because your parents died early, doesn't mean that you will. This is the science of epigenetics. Today we talk with leading expert Dr. Shimul Chowdhury about our genes NOT being our fate.

Find out how you can make meaningful, tangible, durable improvements to your sleep and health at cprhealthclinic.com

Schedule a free consult.

(Below is a portion of the AI-generated transcript. If you want the whole thing, become a site member for free.at cprhealthclinic.com)

Dr. Sagar: Welcome back everybody to what is going to be the last planned episode for the series on heart attacks. I want to get into something that we haven't touched on yet, but it's still vitally important when talking about heart and blood vessel disease, cardiovascular disease, and that is. Stress.

It's just going to be me today. So to set things up, I want to give you two examples of patients. I had come into the emergency department one, we're going to call it Bonnie. She's a 60 year old woman that came into the emergency department. The ed. Via ambulance after an argument with her sister, a very heated argument. And during that. Her chest started to hurt the pain, went up to her neck, down her arm, and it felt like a heart attack in the past. She's already had one. Another patient is an 80 year old man that will call Clyde. He had his wife bring him to the emergency department and he was having chest pain too. It doesn't move anywhere to get short of breath with it. And it's happened before. He's also had a heart attack before, and he's not sure if they feel similar or not. Also, he just found out that his son is in prison. So the question is. Are these heart attacks. Neither of these people was even shoveling the driveway. So most people would say, nah, Can stress really have an effect on the heart. It's been said by some that stress isn't real or that it's all in your head. Frankly, the entirety of reality is our head. But more on that later. It's also been said that stress is dangerous and so we should do everything we can to reduce it. --Is that true?

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Can stress really contribute to a heart attack? If so, is the answer to eliminate stress?

Join me as I take the mic to delve into a topic important to my own survival: stress and heart disease. I have a special interest in stress; I work in a field where most people burnout and have a family history of heart disease. There's a course at CPR all about stress available here.

Also, this is the last episode for this season. Keep an eye out for the next season of episodes, when the weather is warm.

Find out how you can make meaningful, tangible, durable improvements to your sleep and health at cprhealthclinic.com

Schedule a free consult.

What if I told you that you could rewrite your genetics? That just because your parents died early, doesn't mean that you will. This is the science of epigenetics. Today we talk with leading expert Dr. Shimul Chowdhury about our genes NOT being our fate.

Find out how you can make meaningful, tangible, durable improvements to your sleep and health at cprhealthclinic.com

Schedule a free consult.

(Below is a portion of the AI-generated transcript. If you want the whole thing, become a site member for free.at cprhealthclinic.com)

Dr. Sagar: Welcome back everybody to what is going to be the last planned episode for the series on heart attacks. I want to get into something that we haven't touched on yet, but it's still vitally important when talking about heart and blood vessel disease, cardiovascular disease, and that is. Stress.

It's just going to be me today. So to set things up, I want to give you two examples of patients. I had come into the emergency department one, we're going to call it Bonnie. She's a 60 year old woman that came into the emergency department. The ed. Via ambulance after an argument with her sister, a very heated argument. And during that. Her chest started to hurt the pain, went up to her neck, down her arm, and it felt like a heart attack in the past. She's already had one. Another patient is an 80 year old man that will call Clyde. He had his wife bring him to the emergency department and he was having chest pain too. It doesn't move anywhere to get short of breath with it. And it's happened before. He's also had a heart attack before, and he's not sure if they feel similar or not. Also, he just found out that his son is in prison. So the question is. Are these heart attacks. Neither of these people was even shoveling the driveway. So most people would say, nah, Can stress really have an effect on the heart. It's been said by some that stress isn't real or that it's all in your head. Frankly, the entirety of reality is our head. But more on that later. It's also been said that stress is dangerous and so we should do everything we can to reduce it. --Is that true?

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