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It's the month of love, but February is more than just getting your loved ones some Valentine's Day chocolates. For American Heart Month, you can bring awareness about heart-related conditions and what one can do to better support their cardiovascular health. Right now, heart disease is the leading cause of death in the United States. It can happen at any age and is most prone to individuals with certain risk factors, such as high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and smoking. There are around 610,000 fatalities a year due to heart disease. To make the fact even more sobering, that's about 1 in every 4 deaths.
But still, there's hope. Regular preventive care can stem your health problems, including those for your heart. If you've been neglecting your heart and its tireless efforts, you can give something back.
Raising awareness about heart health and the steps to prevent heart disease is what American Heart Month strives to do. Many people are unaware of the efforts they can do to keep their heart as healthy as can be, and how they can do the same for both their family and community.
The effort to spread awareness doesn't need to be big either; encouraging others for better lifestyle habits, such as using spices to season food instead of salt, or to take that daily walk, motivating work leaders or teachers to create more physical activities, as well as asking doctors on how best to prevent heart disease, are just some of the things you can do.
Information about heart health is the greatest tool we have for American Heart Month. Even sharing the purpose of the month on your social media, or discussing it with your community, can help people take their own steps towards better heart health. However, the best way to teach someone is by following one's own advice.
Even the smallest changes to your lifestyle matter. When you make healthy lifestyle changes a habit, it's easier to stick with it, which boosts your heart health in the long run. These include the following:
All of the above can help reduce the risk of heart disease. Efforts such as eating healthier foods, and doing exercise often can be enough to support your health. Make sure to also visit your doctor regularly, who can help devise a health plan to support your heart and give it the love it needs.
With USDC's unique heart health formula, HeartHealth, you can deliver even more support for your heart. Blended nutrients include high concentrations of herbs that are known for their positive impact on the cardiovascular system. From rosemary to olive leaf, along with other familiar nutrients including vitamin A, manganese, chromium, zinc and more, HeartHealth supplies a truly hearty network that strengthens and protects your most important organ.
Optimal heart health is not out of your reach, and there's no better time to start. As you help spread the news about American Heart Month, you can do as you say with updating your lifestyle habits and having HeartHealth by your side. This February, show your heart how much you care!