Ventricular Fibrillation Happens Without Warning

Posted by: Tampa Cardio

On: October 26, 2021

Ventricular Fibrillation happens without warning and stops the heart from working. Ventricular fibrillation is an increased rate chaotic heart rhythm that takes place in the lower chambers of the heart. In cases of VF, the heart loses the ability to effectively pump blood. This results in an almost immediate drop in blood pressure which results

Heart Rhythm Disorders

Posted by: Tampa Cardio

On: October 18, 2021

A large percentage of the population will experience abnormal heart beats (Arrhythmias) within their lifetime. Most of the time these off beats are harmless. They can happen in perfectly healthy people who show no sign of heart disease. There are, however, some types of heartbeat abnormalities that can be serious and even potentially deadly. Heart

Could it be May Thurner Syndrome?

Posted by: Tampa Cardio

On: October 6, 2021

With sites like Web M.D. and other medical self-diagnostic tools now readily available online it can seem like you don’t really need a doctor anymore. While there is a wide array of very good solid information out there, the problem is that when you enter your symptoms it can bring up a huge nonspecific list

Stress Raises Blood Pressure – Helpful Tips To DeStress in Crazy Times

Posted by: Tampa Cardio

On: September 24, 2021

2021 Has been filled with reasons to stress out. Just turn on the news for 10 minutes and you will have at least a dozen potential culprits. Friends and family at odds with each other over politics and world events and social media stirring the pot on a daily basis. We thought it might be

Looking for a Customized Cardiac Care Nutritional Plan?

Posted by: Tampa Cardio

On: September 16, 2021

The professional Cardiologists at Tampa Cardiovascular Associates of Tampa Bay, Florida are here for you. Why go to a regular nutritionist when you can have a specialist who fully understands the workings of your heart and cardiovascular system as well as the key nutrition needed to boost your overall wellness along with heart health at

Dietary Tips to help Lower High Blood Pressure

Posted by: Tampa Cardio

On: September 14, 2021

How is your blood pressure? It is an unfortunate fact that many prescription blood pressure medications do have side effects or other potential adverse reactions. Because of this, many people try to control their high blood pressure naturally by changing and monitoring their diet and lifestyle. While exercising and losing weight frequently can have a

What Do Stress Tests Really Reveal? Tampa Cardio Answers the Question

Posted by: Tampa Cardio

On: September 7, 2021

If you or your doctor suspect issues with your cardiovascular system you may be asked to take a stress test. A stress test is a series of measurements taken during exercise. It is designed to cause your heart to work and pump harder than at rest in a controlled environment. It is focused on finding

Is It Just Anxiety? – Heart Palpitations and What They Could Mean for Your Health

Posted by: Tampa Cardio

On: September 1, 2021

Heart palpitations are easy to interoperate when we are nervous about something. They are understandable in these times. Stressful situations can cause us to get the butterflies. But what if you begin to feel heart flutters, palpitations, and can’t seem to calm yourself when there is literally nothing going on? Our bodies react to stressors

Tips to Help Improve Circulation from Tampa Cardiovascular Associates

Posted by: Tampa Cardio

On: August 30, 2021

Ready to improve your blood flow and feel better? Good circulation is vital for optimal health. Blood circulation allows oxygen and other vital nutrients to be carried to all areas and organs of the body. It keeps your heart healthy, your brain focused, and even wounds heal faster. Circulation helps your immune system operate at

Recommendations from the American Heart Association

Posted by: Tampa Cardio

On: August 20, 2021

Lifestyle has a huge effect on your health and wellbeing. This is especially true for your heart and cardiovascular health. Change isn’t as drastic or as hard as you might think. Just a few small habitual adjustments and you could alter your health now as well as into the future. Tips for a healthier heart