It has been called the river of life.
 

Businesswoman addressing meetingYour bloodstream, with its over 60,000 total miles of arteries and veins, brings oxygen and essential nutrients to every cell in your body.

It’s what allows you to work, to celebrate major accomplishments and to play with your children and grandchildren.

People are making a committed effort these days to take care of their hearts. But what many do not realize is that this organ does not do all of the work by itself. With nearly 3/4 of your total blood capacity below the level of your heart, it needs assistance to overcome the forces of gravity.

Family celebrating graduationThe hidden muscles in your lower legs — the soleus muscles — provide that critical element in your bloodstream’s ability to work properly as they help push blood back to the heart.

But since they are unseen, and because of the sedentary environment many of us are exposed to, these important muscles — often called our “secondary hearts” — can become weak and ineffective. Which can lead to a number of frustrating and sometimes serious health issues.

Grandparents in park with grandkidsUntil now.

We’re Sonostics, an emerging health and wellness company. We want you to savor every moment of your life.

That’s why we developed the HeartPartner.

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