Join the Go Red for Women movement to get tips to keep your mind and body fit.
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Women juggle so many roles in life and face different challenges to their overall health and well-being along the way. They are more likely than men to be diagnosed with anxiety and depression and also experience unique life stages that can affect their well-being such as pregnancy and menopause. Making time for wellness and managing stress can help reduce the risk of heart disease and stroke. Go Red for Women is here to help women be well in ways that work best for them.

Making time for wellness and managing stress can help reduce the risk of heart disease and stroke.


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Total health and wellness include our emotional, psychological, and social well-being. It affects how we think, feel, and act. It also helps determine how we handle stress, relate to others, and make choices. Because you can’t take care of others until you take care of yourself.

Stress Management

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Women face stress from so many different directions – family, work, finances, relationships, society. While it may be hard to carve out time to de-stress – taking back your “me” time will help create a healthier, happier you.

Mom Life

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Moms have a lot on their plate and often wind up putting their own well-being last while caring for everyone else. Go Red for Women is here to lighten the load with simple tips and tools to help moms prioritize their wellness so they can keep showing up for the people and moments that matter most.

Surviving and Thriving

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The American Heart Association’s Support Network is a place for heart disease and stroke survivors and caretakers to share stories, get advice and find and give support to each other.

Survivors and Recovery

Surviving a cardiac event or stroke is a traumatic experience. It’s normal to feel anxious or depressed afterwards. Supporting your well-being in addition to your physical health can help your recovery be more successful.

Well-being Tips from Survivors

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Overall wellness contributes to a healthier, happier and more fulfilling life. Learn how survivors of heart disease and stroke, everyday women - just like you, prioritize their overall well-being.

Stress Management Infographics