Getting to the Heart of the Matter

Last week, I went for my annual exam.  For my entire life, my blood pressure was 90/60 even when I was pregnant. Over the last couple of years, I’ve seen it creeping every so slightly higher, not to a dangerous level; however, no me gusta!  One of the things my Nurse Practitioner shared with me on this visit is that arteries change with age; and that I shouldn’t expect those numbers to reappear.  I’m not willing to accept that idea.

Even though I’ve always been a healthy eater, I felt it was time to make some changes to be more diligent and more consistent with my healthy routine.  What does that include?  Exercise, diet, and supplementation.  I realized that it might be time for me to be a little more proactive in my retention of good health.

I made some small adjustments and have already noticed some differences — no more occasional fluttering of my heart, no more feeling it beating noticeably when I go to bed, and much more stamina during exercise — just like the “old” days.  That’s what I wanted to see!  It didn’t take too much effort or even time; however, I feel it has created massive benefit! I’m happy with it.


Author: Pamela Anne Schwarz

Pamela is a successful professional network marketer. She retired her private practice of almost 20 years specializing in the alleviation of chronic pain and now enjoys helping people live better lives, physically and financially.

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