American Heart Association Complete Guide to Women’s Heart Health : The Go Red for Women Way to Well-Being & Vitality – American Heart Association

American Heart Association Complete Guide to Women's Heart Health : The Go Red for Women Way to Well-Being & Vitality

Take care of your heart and it will take care of you! Let the American Heart Association show you how– in this complete, up-to-the-minute owner’s manual from the country’s most respected authority on the heart. No matter what your year, make, or model– male, female, young, or old– here is everything you need to know. Learn how to: Evaluate your personal risk factors Recognize signs and symptoms of heart disease and stroke– what they are, what they mean, what to do Fuel up on heart-healthy nutrition and keep your motor humming with physical activity Clear the air and stop smoking for good Eliminate excess weight with a low-fat, low-calorie eating plan that works Manage emotions that may be damaging your health Seek emergency help– when, where, and how. Discover what to do in the event of an emergency, how to be a good medical consumer, what to expect from diagnostic and treatment procedures, and more. Develop the habits of heart-healthy behavior with the book that could save your life.

Author: American Heart Association
ISBN: 9780307450609
Pages: 290 pages
Format: PDF
Size: 25.58 Mb

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