10 Signs You May Have Undiagnosed Heart Disease

Posted by: Tampa Cardio

On: April 27, 2023

If you get a weird feeling in your chest the first thought for most people is “Is it my heart?” This is a very valid question. A number of things can cause chest pain, pressure, and discomfort. Some of which are of concern, and some may only be a temporary fleeting feeling. Regardless, your body

What You Can Learn by Checking Your Pulse

Posted by: Tampa Cardio

On: April 24, 2023

A simple pulse check can reveal if you have any irregularities in your heartbeat. It’s important because an irregular heartbeat can be a sign you are developing a heart condition. How to Check Your Pulse at Home Finding your pulse The easiest places to find your pulse are: Your wrist Place one of your hands

Diagnosed with Depression? It Might Be Your Heart

Posted by: Tampa Cardio

On: April 20, 2023

Depression isn’t just a bad mood or having an off day. Depression lingers and seeps into what feels like your very being. You can’t just shake it off and smile as so many would like you to do. If you’ve ever experienced depression, you know that it can feel like you have a broken heart

If You Are Eating These Foods, You May Be Making Your Heart Disease Worse

Posted by: Tampa Cardio

On: April 13, 2023

No matter your age, what you eat affects your health. As we age it becomes more noticeable and if you have a diagnosis of heart disease, watching what you eat becomes an integrated part of your wellness care. Your heart health is directly connected to nearly everything that you put in your body, and a

Varicose Vein Treatments That Deliver Quick Results

Posted by: Tampa Cardio

On: April 6, 2023

Those who suffer from varicose veins tend to have enlarged and twisted blue veins located on the back of their legs. They usually develop when the walls of the veins get weak or the valves become damaged. Though most of us can readily identify a varicose vein, there are still many myths about this condition.

4 Reasons to Monitor Your Blood Pressure Regularly

Posted by: Tampa Cardio

On: April 1, 2023

You may have been to the doctor and gotten an abnormally high blood pressure reading. It happens, especially at the doctor’s office. It is known as “White Coat Syndrome” – a situation where medical environments can feel intimidating and make you nervous, so your blood pressure rises. A high reading can however also be an