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    1. 5 Lifestyle Changes to Make After A Heart Attack, According To Cardiologists - Prevention.com

      5 Lifestyle Changes to Make After A Heart Attack, According To Cardiologists - Prevention.com

      Every 40 seconds, an American has a heart attack, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports . While that’s a staggering statistic, about one in four of those happen to people who’ve already experienced a heart attack at least once. The cause of reoccurrence is multi-pronged. For starters, people likely still have the same lifestyle habits and health biomarkers (like high blood pressure and abdominal obesity) that contributed to their first heart attack.

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    2. How to Meditate With a Simple 10-Minute Meditation for Beginners

      How to Meditate With a Simple 10-Minute Meditation for Beginners

      We've all been there: The clock strikes midnight, and our thoughts race on as if we'd just walked into the office with our first cup of coffee . Sleep ? Never heard of her, minus a few quick minutes of shut-eye in between the tossing and turning. This scenario is all too common for many. It's incredibly challenging to calm down a racing mind after a full day of working, parenting, and taking care of other responsibilities, not to mention a pandemic .

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    3. 7 Simple Changes To Your Home That Fight Depression

      7 Simple Changes To Your Home That Fight Depression

      Anyone who's ever been seriously depressed or knows someone who has been understands that it's not something you can easily "snap out of," and that working with a mental health professional is often crucial. Most people do best with a combination of therapy and medication , but other lifestyle factors may also play a role: For example, several studies have found that people who have a strong network of friends are less likely to become depressed. (Here are 8 friends every woman needs .)

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    4. Relaxation Drinks: Are They Safe Sleep Aids?

      Relaxation Drinks: Are They Safe Sleep Aids?
      New drinks that tout natural ingredients like melatonin and valerian may not help you chill out Stressed and sleep deprived? In our frazzled world, ample sleep and relaxation seem to be elusive goals. Now manufacturers are trying to cash in on our need to relax, and the market is anything but sluggish. More than 350 varieties of so-called relaxation drinks have hit the shelves, with revenues expected to reach $73 million this year.
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