Take care of your heart this February.

February is American Hearth Month, an annual campaign that encourages Americans to take a more vested interest in their heart health.  With cardiovascular disease still the leading cause of death in the U.S., it’s more important than ever to take your heart health seriously.  In honor of this American Heart Month, try out these suggestions to make your heart a priority.

See Your Doctor

This February, you should schedule an appointment with your doctor.  Ask them to run the necessary tests they will need to get a better picture of your overall health.  Once the examination is complete, work with your doctor to create your long-term health plan.  Make sure you ask any questions that you might have; it’s important to understand the reasoning behind your doctor’s recommendations.

Break Bad Habits

If you are a smoker, you are putting your heart at risk every time you light up a cigarette.  Not only does smoking endanger yourself, but it also affects those around you.  Additionally, if you regularly overindulge in alcohol, you are putting unnecessary strain on your heart.  This month, renew your efforts to break these bad habits for the sake of your heart.

Make Healthy Lifestyle Decisions

Finally, you should make healthy changes to benefit your heart.  For instance, avoid eating fatty, cholesterol-heavy foods.  Instead, you should load up on heart-healthy foods like fish, nuts, oats, and fresh fruits and veggies.  Additionally, you should also step up your exercise regimen.  Getting at least 30 minutes of aerobic activity per day will ensure that your heart stays strong and healthy.

This February, try out these suggestions to take better care of your heart.  Are you looking for assistance with your personal insurance this month?  Turn to the professionals at Scavone Insurance in White Plains, New York.  Our dedicated team is ready to assist you with all your insurance needs.  Contact us to get started today.

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