by Dr. Mohamed Shalaby
WEBSTER, Texas — Take control of your heart health and live a healthier, happier life in old age. "BOLDER", a new book by Dr. Shalaby, is an essential guide to understanding how your cardiovascular health influences overall well-being as you get older. Filled with evidence-based tips, this one-stop resource shows you how to make wise, informed decisions about your heart health. Available now at Amazon and Barnes & Noble.
Dr. Shalaby's new book empowers readers to take control of their and their loved ones' heart health.
by Dr. Mohamed Shalaby
WEBSTER, Texas — Heart disease is the number-one cause of death around the world and in the United States. It accounts for almost 380,000 American deaths a year — that is about one in six — according to the American Heart Association’s Heart Disease and Stroke Statistical Update 2014. Indeed, about 2,150 Americans die every day from some form of heart disease, one every 40 seconds. The American Heart Association estimates that the disease costs Americans $315.4 billion a year, including health expenses and lost productivity.
by Dr. Mohamed Shalaby
In this book the reader will learn about the evolution of cardiovascular medicine all the way from 1500 B.C. up till now. The fields of heart disease and cardiology have been improvised drastically as time progressed over the years.
This book is designed for those enthusiasts who like to discover deeper into cardiovascular medicine in the field of medicine and its evolution. Heart Healing Stories also unveils how people of the ancient times discovered and cured heart diseases which were once unknown to human being like us. The link between arteries and blood pressure to heart failure and many other illnesses are discussed thoroughly for the readers to understand.
Board certified and fellowship trained, Dr. Shalaby has over 20 years of experience in cardiovascular medicine.
Training under some of the best cardiologists in the nation, Dr. Shalaby is a Fellow of the American College of Cardiology and board certified in Cardiovascular Disease. His office is conveniently located in the heart of the Clear Lake community. He is also a staff physician at St. Luke's Episcopal Hospital, the Texas Heart Institute and southeast Houston area hospitals. His focus is on education and early detection for a long healthy life.
The book 'The Future of Cardiovascular Health' highlights technological contribution to cardiovascular diseases. It is a combination of diversified technological means for CV treatment. The book is a key to understand the usage of technology in future for health care and exercise. The revolutionary concepts introduced, will change the way we evaluate and treat cardiac disease in the future. It highlights the influence of social media, digital technology, genetic modifications, meditation, spiritual practices, exercise, minimally invasive procedures and their change in cardiovascular care.
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Millions of people across the country suffer from a collection of cardiac conditions grouped under the umbrella term heart disease. Yet few people truly understand what this diagnosis means—and more importantly, what they can do to mitigate the effects of the disease.
Now, renowned cardiologist Mohamed Shalaby, MD, FACC, draws from his years of experience successfully treating heart patients and collects his wisdom and knowledge into one accessible volume.
Told in narrative form, this book introduces readers to a number of patients with an array of different forms of heart disease. Each case begins with the patient’s presenting complaint and follows along the process of physical examination, lab work, testing, diagnosis, and discussion of treatment between the doctor and patient.
Heart Health Action Plan
Dr. Shalaby discusses aspects that make a person more vulnerable to heart disease as outlined in his book Heart Heath Action Plan.
One of the most pronounced is not getting enough healing sleep. Another is sleep apnea and if not treated will continue to damage your body.
Research show depression and stress increase your chance of having heart problems.
Medically approved relaxation techniques can reduce your chance of a heart attack or stoke by thirty percent.
Knowledge is power, and Heart Healthy Action Plan provides a wealth of knowledge, delivered in a friendly, conversational manner, that will empower you to take control of your and your loved ones' heart health.
Author and early detection cardiology specialist Mohamed Shalaby, MD, FACC, spends early chapters of the book explaining, in easily digestible terms, the scale of the problem, what the different types of heart disease are, and risk factors, as well as raising awareness about special populations who can be easily missed, such as women, youths, and athletes. He also includes a useful chapter on finding scientifically approved testing methods that are simple, safe and economically feasible.
Prevention, lifestyle, and cardiology care are key to wellness
Dr. Mohamed Shalaby and the Texas Heart Center are featured in Change Magazine for the standard of cardiovascular care and overall health approach he and his staff provide patients. As heart month kicks off, Dr. Shalaby is asked about his proactive approach to maintaining a healthy lifestyle and discovering heart disease at its earliest stage...
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