April 7, 2017

How can I reduce MY risk for a heart attack?

Even if you have heart disease, there is a lot you can do to improve your heart’s health.

First of all, follow your healthcare provider's advice.  Then set goals to reduce your risk of heart attack, such as:

  •  Don’t smoke, and avoid second-hand smoke.

  •  Treat high blood pressure, if you have it.

  •  Eat a healthy diet that’s low in saturated fat, trans fat and salt.

  •  Get at least 150 minutes of moderate-intensity physical activity a week.

  •  Reach and maintain a healthy weight.

  •  Control your blood sugar, if you have diabetes.

  •  See your doctor for regular check-ups.

  •  Take your medicines exactly as prescribed.

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