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Making changes to be more heart-healthy is important for the whole family. The best way to help your kids develop healthy habits for life is to be a good role model.
Here are some great ways to keep your own heart healthy and help other family members as well.
A healthy heart helps contribute to a long, healthy life for you and your loved ones. Talk with your doctor if you have questions about the health of your heart.
Heart disease, including stroke, is the leading cause of death for men and women in the United States.
What’s good for your heart is great for your taste buds!
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Exercise helps strengthen your heart and has other benefits as well. But if it’s been a while since you were active,here are a few tips for long-term success:
Set reasonable expectations. You may be excited to get in shape and improve your health, but a 5-mile jog is likely not a good way to get started. Start gradually, with perhaps a short walk around the neighborhood or in the mall (after you have consulted your doctor), and then slowly increase the distance or intensity.
Make it fun. If you find walking to be boring, then try an activity you enjoy, like swimming or dancing. You are much more likely to stick to an exercise plan when you enjoy what you are doing.
Track your success. Changes in health can be incremental. Keep a log of your activities so you can look back to see how far you’ve come. Progress can help motivate you to continue on a healthy path.
Consult your physician before you begin an exercise program to be sure it is safe. Remember, an active life can be good for your heart!
For more information about the Cardiovascular Center, please call 818.885.8500. To find a physician, please call 818.908.8677 oruse our search tool to Find a Doctor.