The holiday season can be one of the most wonderful times of the year—and also one of the times that we get sick the most. We do our best to avoid getting a cold or flu but unfortunately, it’s not always possible to avoid those pesky winter illnesses.
It’s hard to believe that so many people overlook the importance of keeping their feet healthy. After all, they are the base of our body that make it possible for us to stand, exercise, and even walk the dog!
We all have experienced holiday stress, whether it stems from finances, a busy social calendar, strenuous workloads, or grieving the loss of a loved one. Although the demands of the world continue to intensify, we’re glad to report that mental health awareness and managing mental health are becoming a more popular subject.
High heels can be the perfect accessory that pulls an outfit together for work, date night, or a special occasion. While they might look fantastic and give you that extra boost, we all know heels are not the healthiest (or most comfortable!) footwear for our feet.
Are you looking for ways to proactively reduce your risk for cardiovascular disease or reduce your risk of a repeat cardiovascular event? While we recommend that you have consistent appointments with a healthcare professional that is familiar with your specific health factors to stay on top of preventative care, we’re happy to share our top 6 tips on how you can improve your heart health in general!