From a top cardiologist-simple stress-reduction techniques to prevent and reverse the four major kinds of heart disease The 15 Minute Heart Cure shows how stress can harm our cardiovascular system and offers practical, easy ways to dispel stress naturally, without spending a lot of time or money. It explains the stress-heart disease connection for the four major types of heart disease-heart attack, arrythmia, congestive heart failure, and cardiac valve disease-and equips you with the author's proven BREATHE technique to help you stop stress in its tracks. * Teaches the BREATHE (beginning, relaxation, envision, apply, treatment, heal, end) technique to help you heal and protect your heart * Gives you specific stress-reducing breathing and guided imagery exercises you can do anywhere, anytime * First book by a leading cardiologist on the stress-heart disease connection-Dr.
Kennedy is the former director of Cardiac Catheterization Laboratory and director of Inpatient Cardiology, Kaiser Permanente Medical Center, San Rafael, CA and the current medical director of Preventive Cardiology and Wellness, Marina Del Rey Hospital, Marina Del Rey, California, and member of the Board of the American Heart Association * Includes real-life case examples from the author's extensive clinical experience. Don't let stress hurt your heart. Unleash the healing benefits of The 15 Minute Heart Cure and discover the wonderful sense of focus and calm it will bring to your life.
John M. Kennedy, M.D ., is the medical director of preventive cardiology and wellness at Marina Del Rey Hospital. He is on the Board of Directors for the American Heart Association and speaks regularly on their behalf. He lectures regularly on the subject and has helped companies educate employees on how to manage stress in the workplace. Dr. Kennedy has appeared on the Discovery Channel, KNBC, and other national television and radio outlets. Visit his Web site at the15minuteheartcure.com. Jason Jennings is a bestselling business and leadership author and one of the nation's most in-demand keynote speakers.