Good morning Diana,
This past Friday was ‘wear red day’ to highlight awareness of the impact heart
disease has on women. It occurred to me that it’s fair and fine to wear red for just
one day, but that it takes an ongoing dialogue to really heighten our awareness as
women. Why? Because typically we tend to place ourselves last on our list of
priorities. Also we tend to walk around thinking this could not happen to us. It
happens to other people.
This article highlights some important facts everyone needs to know about heart
disease. So even if you happen to be a male subscriber reading this newsletter this
morning, I know that just by virtue of your existence you have to have at least one
female in your life-your mother, perhaps a wife, significant other, co-worker. I’m
requesting that we all take a few moments to arm ourselves with some new
knowledge, because perhaps sometime in the future you will be able to save a
woman’s life who just wants to brush aside those symptoms that she has been having.
As always I would love to read your comments and feedback.
Have a great day!!
February is heart disease awareness month for women. As a physician with over 20
years of experience, it is my passion to help women learn all that they can to
enhance their health and wellbeing.And yet I find that even today that a lot of women do not know the facts when it comes to heart disease.Case in point, there used to be a time when it was thought that women under the
age of 50 could not suffer a heart attack. So you can imagine what happened if you
were a woman and you went to see your doctor with a complaint of chest pain. Your
doctor would usually reassure you that it was not your heart and perhaps you had
indigestion or were under a lot of stress and prescribe something for that.The truth is that there are still some doctors out there that treat their female patients
that way.And so, it is extremely important if you are a woman that you arm yourself with
the facts.I have highlighted some important facts in today’s video:Here are some other facts that you need to be aware of-
71% of women experience the early signs of a heart attack as a sudden onset of
Women who smoke risk having a heart attack 19 years earlier than women who
Under the age of 50 women’s heart attacks are twice as fatal as men. This is all
Heart disease will kill six times more women this year than breast cancer.
Marital stress worsens the outcome of a heart attack. I have written an article
WHAT HAPPENS TO YOU WHEN YOU SUFFER A HEART ATTACK?
When you suffer a heart attack, the blood supply to an area of the heart muscle gets
Or as women we may have what is called ‘atypical symptoms’ like unusual
But remember just as I pointed out, some women may not have the classic
When the blood vessel to a particular are of the heart remains blocked for a period
WHAT YOU CAN DO TODAY:
This is exactly what I will be speaking more about in this week’s
Click here to go to be taken to today’s wellbeing moment
Now more than ever we as women need to become more pro-active in our overall
The question is- are you willing to invest the time and effort in enhancing your
Let’s face it, your relationship with your doctor can sometimes be very ‘
With the constant change in demands made by insurance companies the amount of
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The reality is NOW is the only time you have. Click here to schedule a free
You have nothing to lose but you will gain tools to enhance your health and overall
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Born in London and raised in Nigeria, Dr. Eno Nsima-Obot is a board certified
She graduated from medical school in 1987 with awards in Obstetrics & Gynecology,
She is trained as an ontological life coach and is committed to helping professional
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Wellbeing Tip of the week
Learn as much as you can about your family history. A lot of times we tend to keep
ailments a secret because we may think that we are bothering family members.
But knowing your genetic heritage can save your life. Only by becoming aware of
your family history can you make important changes in your lifestyle. Become
pro-active and start a dialogue today.
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