Exercising WELL with Heart Disease

You probably already know exercise is a key part of heart health. Whether you are trying to prevent heart disease or keep the disease from progressing, exercise is a powerful tool. Exercise not only helps prevent heart disease and secondary heart events, it also helps reduce other risk factors like diabetes, high cholesterol, and high blood pressure. Yet for many people with concerns about their heart, there is an underlying fear of having a heart attack when they exercise. That fear, along with other challenges like lack of time, painful joints, or lack of equipment keep most people from getting all the great benefits exercise has to offer for heart health. Using exercise to protect your heart health requires a mind-body science-based approach so you build confidence you know how to exercise safely to improve your heart health.

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