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HOW TO OBSERVE AMERICAN HEART MONTH

  1. Take up a heart-healthy habit. Staying active, eating healthy, and watching our weight are allimportant parts of maintaining a healthy cardiovascular system. Pick a new heart-healthy habit like jogging or substituting sodaswith water and try to stick to it for a whole month.
  2. Educate yourselfLearn about the risk factors for heart disease, the ways you can prevent them, and the lifestyle choices that can help you stay healthy.
  3. Get your cholesterol tested. If you’re worried you might be at risk for heart disease, ask your doctor to perform a simple cholesterol test to let you know if you’re at risk and should make adjustments to your diet.

WHY AMERICAN HEART MONTH IS IMPORTANT

  1. It reminds us to take care of our heart. American Heart Month motivates us to examine our own health habits and risks and take steps to improve our heart health.
  2. It promotes education about heart health. Knowing the risk factors for heart disease and how to reduce them can help people lead healthier lives and diminish their risk for heart attacks or other cardiovascular diseases.
  3. It raises awareness of heart disease. As the number one killer of Americans, heart disease is a slow-moving epidemic that affects almost everyone.

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