Living with Cardiovascular Disease
Like anyone who has had a heart attack, it’s natural to feel like no one understands what you’re going through. But there’s no reason to feel like you’re fighting this battle alone. There are many resources available to help you cope and educate yourself about getting on track to a heart-healthy life.
For some, like Lidia Morales, being open with other women about her struggles has helped her become more accepting of her diagnosis and more optimistic about her future. “I show people my surgery scar and tell them it’s my beauty mark because this experience has taught me so many things about my life,” explains Lidia.
When you’re living with heart disease, the most important thing to realize is that the future does not have to look grim. Read on to find out how listening to the advice of your doctor, making positive lifestyle changes, and knowing where to look for the support you need, can help you maintain a full and productive lifestyle.
There are many resources available to help you cope and educate yourself about getting on track to a heart-healthy life.
Living With Heart Disease: You’re Not Alone
Just because you’ve been diagnosed with heart disease, doesn’t mean your life has to stop.
How to Talk to Your Kids About Heart Disease
Learn how to talk to your kids about heart disease with these expert tips.
How to Stay Social After Heart Disease
Read on for quick tips on staying social after heart disease from nutritionist Vilma Andari.
How To Help A Friend Suffering From Heart Disease
You want to support a friend with heart disease or be a part of a support system, and you’ve come to the right place to learn how.
Caring for Someone with Heart Disease
Caring for someone with heart disease and helping them recover can take its toll on you and your lifestyle.
Caring for Someone Who Has Experienced a Stroke
Caring for a stroke survivor and helping them recover can take its toll on you and your lifestyle.
Depression and Heart Disease
Studies show that up to 33 percent of heart attack patients end up developing some degree of depression.
Sex and Heart Disease: Life After Diagnosis
It’s no secret that women living with heart disease worry about maintaining a normal, healthy sex life.
Tips to Combat Depression After a Stroke
A study on the factors that influence depression after a stroke finds that optimism and self-esteem in the caregiver can help combat a patient’s depression.
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