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Throughout February there are lots of ways you can get involved with National Heart Month and raise funds to support our life-saving work. How will you get involved?

 

 

Write a Love Note

 

For a suggested donation of just £1, you can post a heartfelt Love Note in your local BHF shop window for all to see this Valentine’s Day. Find out how to get your Love Note

 

 

Love Installations

 

 

This year we have created some amazing Love Installations in London. You can find them in Covent Garden and in Camden Lock Market. Come along and take part in the installation.

 

 

Find out about Love Installations

 

 

You can help us fill the installations. For a donation of just £3, you can add your personalised BHF designed lock and message.

Order your fundraising kit:

http://www.bhf.org.uk/get-involved/events/view-event.aspx?ps=1001595

 

Source:

http://www.bhf.org.uk/get-involved/fundraising/national-heart-month.aspx

 

These Four Things Happen Right Before a Heart Attack

By Katrina Turner

 

Every year, approximately 785,00 Americans suffer a first heart attack. And 470,000 who’ve already had one or more heart attacks have another one. The scary thing is that 25 percent of All heart attacks happen “silently:, without clear or obvious symptoms.

 

Even when symptoms occur, they can be so mild or vague, most people don’t even realize it’s heart-related (unless they are made aware). Four things in particular are the most sinister signs of a silent heart attack.

 

These four things are the focus of a recent video presentation by renowned cardiovascular expert Dr. Chauncey

 

Crandall: Silent Heart Attacks: A Special Newsmax Heart Health Report. According to Dr. Crandall, the reason silent heart attacks go untreated is because people don’t even notice the symptoms, so he created a special video presentation to show the four things to look for that may be a silent warning — before it’s too late to intervene and survive the damage.

 

Timing is the most critical factor for survival. Statistics show a clear link between delay in treatment and disability or death — the amount of time that elapses between the first sign of symptoms and receiving care.

 

That’s why knowing what to look for in terms of symptoms is critical, especially when they’re the kind that most people don’t think to associate with a heart attack — like the four things in Dr. Crandall’s video,Silent Heart Attacks: A Special Newsmax Heart Health Report.

 

Read in Full:

 

http://www.newsmax.com/Newsfront/silent-heart-attack-symptoms/2011/09/23/id/412086

 

 

Further Heart Related Articles

 

The Greater the Satisfaction You Feel with the Components

of Everyday Life, the Greater the Protection Against Heart Disease:

http://www.aspie-editorial.com/2011/07/07/the-greater-the-satisfaction-you-feel-with-the-components-of-everyday-life-the-greater-the-protection-against-heart-disease/

 

Marker Predicts Heart Disease In People With Schizophrenia:

Saved By a Punch: Playground Knockout Leads to Rare Heart Condition Discovery:
Heart Health: Why High Blood Pressure Really is a Silent Killer:
Study Suggests a Relationship Between Migraine Headaches in Children and a Common Heart Defect:
Heart Health: Increased Cardiac Risk Linked to Occasional Exertion, Sex:
Doors Set to Close on Child Heart Op Units, 8 Year Old Autistic Boy Set For Lifesaving Op Amid Relocation Fears:
Heart Health: It’s National Heart Month!/ Scientists Look to Stem Cells to Mend Broken Hearts/ Heart Attack Symptoms in Men & Women:
Eat Berries for Brain Health:
Link Between Childhood Physical Abuse and Heart Disease:
Heart Patients with Anxiety Disorder Experience More Cardiac Events, Deaths:
Links Between Hypertension, Bipolar Disorders Identified:
Side Effects of Depression Meds Improve Heart Health:
Cardiac Health and Creative Engagement:
Heart Health: February is National Heart Month:
John Hopkins Health Alert: Blood Pressure Basics/ Cardiac Risk From Chronic Stress:
Heart Health: Garlic For a Healthy Heart? Go Fresh, Study Says:
Depression, Anxiety Bad For the Heart:
Gene Linked to Depression in Cardiovascular Patients:
Depression Lowers Blood Pressure But [Some] Antidepressants Increase It:
Depression, Women & Heart Health:
Heart Health: More Reasons to Eat Dark Chocolate/ Another Reason To Go Easy on the Salt Shaker:
Psychological Stress & Unexplained Chest Pain/ Heart Health: CPR to the Rescue:
Clinical Review: Blood Pressure Self Monitoring Q & A From National Conference:
Study: Teasing Apart Links Between Depression & Heart Disease/ Do You Know What To Do For A Stroke?:
Poor Lifestyle Choices Not Stress Accounts For Most Anxiety, Depression Linked Heart Disease:
Anxiety Disorders Linked To High Blood Pressure/How High Blood Pressure Can Affect Your Memory:
“Valentine’s Day Heart Healing Superfoods”:

British Heart Foundation:

http://www.bhf.org.uk/