1. The Best Ways to Keep Your Heart Healthy, Pt 2

    Welcome back to our blog page here at Stockton Cardiology! Whether you’re in need of heart health services for congenital heart disease, intervention for coronary artery disease, transcatheter aortic valve replacement, chest pain, peripheral vascular disease, or any other heart condition, you can’t go wrong when you reach out to your Stockton heart health team at Stockton Cardiology! Contact u…Read More

  2. The Best Ways to Keep Your Heart Healthy, Pt 1

    Here at Stockton Cardiology, we understand the value of your happiness and quality of life. For that reason, we offer our unique cardiovascular services so that you can have the peace of mind that a healthy heart can provide. Because your heart is one of the most important organs in your body, you must do everything that you can to maintain and care for it. Part of that, of course, includes gettin…Read More

  3. Peripheral Vascular Disease FAQ

    If you’ve been diagnosed with peripheral vascular disease (PVD), you may have several questions and concerns. Let’s take a moment to address the most common questions that we encounter here at Stockton Cardiology. What Is Peripheral Vascular Disease? Peripheral vascular disease is caused by plaque buildup in arteries that exist outside of the heart or brain, nearer to the extremities of the bo…Read More

  4. The Best Drinks to Mitigate Hypertension

    Welcome back to our blog feed! In our last blog, we’d discussed some diet tips that you can follow to maintain a healthy blood pressure in order to improve your cardiovascular health. Today, we’re continuing that theme, but we’re shifting a little bit. While, in our last blog, we’d discussed food that’s best to reduce or reverse high blood pressure, today we’re talking about drinks tha…Read More

  5. Does Sleep Help the Heart?

    Proper amounts of sleep are beneficial to heart health. With too little sleep, your body may be more at risk for contracting heart disease, yet with too much sleep you may also be harming your cardiovascular system. Regulating your sleep hours may give your heart health a boost. Let’s take a look at the best proper amount of sleep that you should shoot for in order to improve your heart health -…Read More

  6. Smoking Harms Your Heart!

    OK, we’ve heard it all before: Smoking is harmful for your health. Aside from increasing your risk of lung cancer, it is harmful to just about every other part of your body; and that includes your heart. So, it’s time to make a real change. Invest in your future by quitting smoking. If you have cardiovascular issues, or a history of cardiovascular complications in your family, it’s especiall…Read More

  7. More Blood Pressure Reducing Strategies

    In our last few cardiologist blogs, we’ve discussed some strategies to employ in order to lower your blood pressure and bolster your health. We’ve discussed heart healthy exercises that you can try, and great food that you can enjoy. Today, we’re continuing that theme with a few further tactics that you can employ to ensure that your blood pressure stays at a healthy level. If you suffer fro…Read More

  8. Diet Tips to Lower Your Blood Pressure

    Welcome back to our cardiology blog! In our last article, we’d talked about different ways that you can help your cardiovascular health and lower your blood pressure through exercise. Today, we’re continuing that theme with dietary recommendations that are ideal for those suffering from high blood pressure (also known as hypertension). Great Food for Hypertension We are what we eat. And while …Read More

  9. Exercise Tips to Lower Your Blood Pressure

    A healthy blood pressure promotes whole-body health. Yet high blood pressure, or hypertension, can lead to a litany of problems, including aneurysms, an enlarged heart, coronary artery disease, stroke, dementia, kidney failure, and heart failure, among other issues. In short, it’s in your best interest to keep your blood pressure at a healthy, stable level. That’s not new news, especially for …Read More

  10. A Walk a Day Keeps the Heart Doctor Away

    Here at Stockton Cardiology Medical Group, our heart specialists believe in the power of walking. Walking, is a simple step that almost anyone can take to improve their heart health. But beyond your heart health, walking provides a litany of benefits. Let’s take a look at what walking can do for your heart health, the health of the rest of your body, and for your mind. Walking and Your Cardiovas…Read More