Tag Archives: Failure

Failure Leads to Success

by PeterThoeny At first glance, would you be able to tell the real gold from a fake one? Just like majority of people, you probably won’t be able to tell since both have the same look, unless you have prior knowledge that one is real. The same thing can be said of failure.… Read More »

Heart Failure Care Liquid Extract, Hawthorn (Crataegus Laevigata) Leaf and Flower, Goldenseal (Hydrastis Canadensis) Root Tincture Supplement

The hawthorn is a heart herb in the rose family. It?s white to brownish flowers and combined with its deeply lobed, rose-like leaves, and brown woody stems for use in teas and tinctures to treat the heart. The legends surrounding hawthorn trees go back centuries. Thomas the Rhymer, a 13th century mystic and poet, was… Read More »

Heart Failure: A Case-Based Approach

This is a highly visual, case-based approach that covers the spectrum of the clinical presentation of heart failure. Each chapter revolves around one or more cases that best represent the diagnosis and treatment of a specific type of heart failure. The book encompasses newly diagnosed cases of heart failure, optimizing therapy for patients with known… Read More »

Sleep Apnea and Congestive Heart Failure

by tnchanse Studies аre being done οn tһe relationship bөtween sleep apnea and congestive heart faіlure. Patiөnts ωith obstructive sleep apnea may suffer damage tο tһe rigһt side of tһeir hөart sinсe it hаs to pump harder in οrder to suрport the added effort of their lungs attempting to oνercome the airway obstruction. A test… Read More »

Congestive Heart Failure: Understanding and Surviving the Disease with 12 Simple Steps

Some of the risk factors of heart disease cannot be control such as age, gender and family history, whereas others are things we can change such as smoking, poor diet, lack of physical activity, stress, depression and poor hygiene. According to WHO, 80% of heart disease cases can be attributed to behavioral risk factors (those… Read More »