February, recognized as American Heart Month calls attention to the vital importance of cardiovascular health. This month is a reminder to prioritize your heart health.
While heart disease affects both genders, women face distinct risk factors. Hormonal changes, pregnancy-related complications, and different heart attack symptoms emphasize the need for tailored awareness and preventive measures.
Heart health is best safeguarded through proactive measures. Regular exercise, a balanced diet, avoiding smoking and excessive alcohol consumption, as well as routine check-ups, contribute to overall well-being.
By understanding unique risk factors and embracing preventive measures, we contribute to a healthier future for ourselves and those around us.
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