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How heart-healthy is your home?
It doesn’t take much to create an environment that supports a healthy heart. Basic lifestyle tweaks (that become a habit) can get you there.
The American Heart Association reports cardiovascular disease is the leading global cause of death, accounting for more than 17.3 million deaths per year.
If you’re not getting regular check-ups and screenings, cardiovascular disease can progress unnoticed until it triggers an event like a heart attack or stroke. You may not realize your life needs a heart-healthy makeover – so take a look at the suggestions below and see if there’s anything you should consider.
Most of these suggestions are probably things you’ve heard before.
The best part is, by making these changes, you’ll start to feel better now – and your heart will be a lot healthier in the long run.
A heart scan is the safest and most accurate screening tool for detecting the early build-up of calcium in the coronary arteries, the most common cause of heart disease. Schedule your heart scan.
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