Welcome to my podcast. I am Doctor Warrick Bishop, and I want to help you to live as well as possible for as long as possible. I’m a practising cardiologist, best-selling author, keynote speaker, and the creator of The Healthy Heart Network. I have over 20 years as a specialist cardiologist and a private practice of over 10,000 patients.
In this podcast, Doctor Warrick Bishop, a cardiologist, discusses heart health and general health literacy.
Heart disease is a significant issue in Australia, with over 20 people dying from it daily. Doctor Bishop believes that heart attacks can be prevented by implementing strategies to reduce risk. He shares an interesting study that looked at the impact of exercise timing on results.
The study found that women who exercised in the morning were more likely to lose fat and build muscle than those who exercised later in the day. Men who exercised in the evening had better reductions in blood pressure and cholesterol and reported less fatigue.
Doctor Bishop recommends exercising regularly, preferably in the sunshine and fresh air, and at the same time each day to regulate circadian rhythms and improve sleep quality. He also offers a free risk check for heart attack on his website.
- Heart disease is a major health issue in Australia, with over 20 people dying from it every day.
- Doctor Warrick Bishop is a cardiologist, author, keynote speaker, and CEO of the Healthy Heart Network.
- Exercise is important for heart health, and having a routine or habit can help ensure it is done regularly.
- Research has shown that there may be different responses to exercise based on the time of day it is done.
- Women who exercise in the morning may be more likely to lose fat and build muscle than those who exercise later in the day.
- Men who exercise in the evening may have better reductions in blood pressure and cholesterol, and report less fatigue.
- Doing exercise at the same time each day can help regulate circadian rhythms and improve sleep quality.
- Sun exposure can also help regulate circadian rhythms and improve sleep quality.
- Any exercise is good exercise, but doing it regularly is important.
- A free risk check for heart attack is available at www.virtualheartcheck.com.
Australia, like the rest of the western world, has a heart problem.
Over 9 million people around the world die from heart disease every year.
Every 10 minutes, someone in Australia suffers a heart attack. And 21 lives are lost daily because of it.
The devastating fact in all of this is…
Almost every one of those cases could have been prevented.
This podcast is for anyone who wants to improve their health literacy and gain information to help them make the best decisions about their risk of heart attack, their cholesterol, blood pressure, risk of diabetes, weight loss and general health. Join me on my personal mission journey to prevent Heart Attack on a global scale. If you like this podcast, I would be honoured by a 5-star review and appreciate if you let your friends and family know about this podcast; you may even save the life of someone you love!
Are You at Risk of a Sudden Heart Attack? How Healthy is Your Heart? Really?
Heart disease is the #1 killer in the Western World. In Australia, someone dies every 28 minutes from heart disease. That’s 51 people a day. In the US, someone has a heart attack every 40 SECONDS! Fortunately, many heart attacks are preventable. However, regular exercise and eating healthy are no guarantee you won’t succumb to this silent killer.
- 94% of Australians have at least One Risk Factor for heart disease.
- 59% of Australians have been Touched by heart disease.
- Yet only 3% of Australians have had a Full Heart-Health Assessment in the past 12 months.
Do the free heart check today at www.virtualheartcheck.com.au
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