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February is American Heart Month.

Every February, the American Heart Association works to raise awareness of the importance of heart health. Join us in celebrating American Heart Month, including National Wear Red Day on Friday, February 2. National Wear Red Day is targeted toward educating people that more women die from heart disease each year than all forms of cancer combined.

Fortunately, there are many lifestyle factors we can address to lower our risk of heart disease. The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) offers the following “7 Key Strategies to Live a Heart-Healthy Lifestyle:”

  1. Learn your health history to make sure you understand your unique risk factors. 
  2. Focus your food intake on fruits, vegetables, whole grains, lean meats and low-fat dairy products. 
  3. Make sure you keep moving- aim for 150 minutes per week of moderate intensity aerobic activity. 
  4. If you smoke, there’s no time like the present to quit. 
  5. If you take medicine to treat high cholesterol, high blood pressure, or diabetes, make sure you follow your doctor’s instructions carefully and take all medications as prescribed. 
  6. Choose water over sugary drinks. If you drink alcohol, remember to enjoy it in moderation. 
  7. Keep an eye on your health by monitoring your blood pressure and cholesterol. 

Understanding your baselines and monitoring key health data points – such as blood pressure and cholesterol – is the best way to stay proactive and informed when it comes to heart health. We offer on-site monitoring of blood pressure, cholesterol and hemoglobin A1c to help people make healthier choices. These services are available to the public. Interested? We’re happy to help you get started! Give us a call at 920-437-0206 or use the Contact Us form on this website.

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