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The holidays bring a tremendous amount of stress, hustle and bustle to your life. Between holiday parties, decorating, shopping for gifts and a lack of sleep, there is a lot of pressure to get several things accomplished in a short amount of time. It’s the perfect recipe for a heart attack.
It doesn’t always get easy once the holidays end either. Heart attacks continue to peak during the month of January. New research suggests changes in the season, increase for an infection and lack of sleep are the reasons for the increase. Keep your heart healthy after the holidays by following these tips:
The start of the New Year is the best time to get your health back on track. Preventing heart disease and a heart attack starts by making smart choices and continues by managing any health conditions you already have. Talk to your healthcare team to find out your risk for developing heart disease. Your healthcare team can recommend strategies for you to prevent a heart attack.
How do you keep your heart healthy? Tell us in the below comments.
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