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Advanced Cardiovascular & Vein Center
Cardiologist Serving Jackson, Tennessee
Cardiologist Serving Jackson, Tennessee
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Is It Indigestion or Coronary Artery Disease?
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If you feel the signs of indigestion, you might be tempted to take a few antacids, but are your symptoms really due to indigestion? Or could it be coronary artery disease (CAD)? CAD is known for causing chest pain and tightness. Many individuals even report feeling indigestion-like symptoms.

#indigestion #coronaryarterydisease #Jackson
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Share Your Experience With Us!
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At Advanced Cardiovascular & Vein Center, we value our customers. For our team to give you the best service, it's important for us to get all the feedback we can. Head to our website to leave us feedback so we can continue to make your experience exceptional!

#Testimonial #Healthcare #Jackson
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What Causes Peripheral Artery Disease?
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Even though peripheral artery disease affects the veins in your legs, it's still a form of heart disease. Specifically, PAD is caused by atherosclerosis. Atherosclerosis occurs when the arteries are blocked, and blood flow is compromised. Because the blood flow is affected, you experience tingling and weaknesses because of the reduced blood flow.

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What Are The Benefits Of Preventive Medicine?

Preventive Medicine can help patients with early stages of disease from getting sicker. By teaching patients about healthier lifestyle choices, such as quitting smoking, exercising more, maintaining a balanced diet, and so on can improve health and reduce illness.

#TeachTuesday #Health #JacksonTN
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How to Prepare for Your Appointment with Your Cardiologist
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Like with any doctor's appointment, it's important to bring a list of all medications and supplements that you take. This includes herbal supplements too! In addition to writing down your medication name, don't forget to write your dose and how often you take your medication.

#cardiology #doctorappointment #Jackson
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What's the Worst Exercise for Your Heart?
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Exercise is good for your heart, so to think about a bad exercise seems counterintuitive. The answer, however, is relatively simple. The only bad exercise is one that your body is not prepared for. This means that you shouldn't jump from a sedentary lifestyle to running half-marathons. Your heart needs to work up to this and train at an appropriate rate.

#hearthealth #cardiology #getfit #Jackson
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Preventing Varicose Veins with Exercise
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Varicose and spider veins can run in families, and unfortunately, this is a risk factor that you can't always control. That being said, you can reduce your risk of spider veins by keeping these vein-friendly tips in mind:
-Exercise regularly to promote good circulation
-Avoid sitting or standing for too long
-Refrain from crossing your legs while sitting

#varicoseveins #circulation #Jackson
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Happy Valentine’s Day!
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Friendly affection doesn’t have to be so sugar-coated! Rather than giving boxes of chocolates or sugary treats to your loved ones, try gifting heart healthy options, like fresh fruits. Spread the love this Valentine’s Day by celebrating heart health and vitality.

#HappyValentinesDay2019 #ValentinesDay #JacksonTN
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Women and Heart Health: The Stats You Need to Know
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Did you know that as many as eight million women are currently living with heart disease? A whopping 35,000 of those women are under the age of 65. If you have been diagnosed with heart disease, it's important to work with your doctor to manage your condition.

#hearthealth #womenshealth #cardiology #Jackson
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