Mayo Clinic Healthy Heart for Life
Start improving your heart health in as little as 10 minutes a day
W "Even if your body has been exposed to bad things for 30 or 40 years, six months of doing the right thing can lead to positive changes."
— Francisco Lopez-Jimenez, M.D.
Cardiologist & Professor of Medicine
Improving your heart health and reducing your risk of heart disease are two central goals of
Mayo Clinic Healthy Heart for Life! The book identifies all the factors Mayo Clinic doctors know you can use to achieve those ends, organized into 10 easy-to-follow steps.
This book helps you start making the changes that will improve your heart health. You can start small. In fact, we'll bring you page after page of ordinary but effective things you can do to fight heart disease. They're often part of routine activities that you do every day anyway.
- What's your chance of a heart attack in the next 10 years? We'll help you calculate it — but more important, we'll help you reduce it. See page 93.
- If you take medication for cholesterol, high blood pressure or other heart-related conditions, flip to page 98 the first moment this book is in your hands. You'll get key tips for improving medication effectiveness and avoiding harmful side effects.
- See what three heart-healthy goals you can take action on as soon as your book arrives. The quick-start goals discussed on page 25 show that making your heart healthier and stronger doesn't have to be complicated or difficult.
"You might be surprised to learn that keeping your heart healthy doesn't really take a lot of time. You can start with as little as 10 minutes a day. Small changes, such as standing up and moving more, can make a big difference … One of the most important keys is learning to enjoy life."
— Martha Grogan, M.D., Medical Editor
Cardiologist & Assistant Professor of Medicine
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Even if your heart itself is in good shape, blockage of the arteries leading to it (a condition called coronary artery disease, or CAD) can still kill you. Turn to page 144 and learn the causes, symptoms, complications, diagnostic techniques and treatments for CAD.
Open to page 116 and learn that two keys to getting and staying healthy are to reduce stress and have a good time — that's right, you're on doctor's orders to enjoy life more!
Diagnosing heart disease in women can be trickier than in men. But it still just takes a phone call to schedule a heart checkup. Learn what your test results mean and how they can direct your next steps to better health.
Getting enough sleep may help you lose weight, maintain good physical and mental health, reduce stress, and re-energize your body. That's why we devoted a full chapter to helping you sleep well, including five keys to sleep and heart health.Let Mayo Clinic's expertise in cardiology help you improve your heart health.
About the Medical Editor
Martha Grogan, M.D.
Martha Grogan, M.D., is a consultant in the Division of Cardiovascular Diseases at Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minn. She is an assistant professor at College of Medicine, Mayo Clinic, and has a busy clinical practice that includes general cardiology. She specializes in echocardiography, heart failure and adult congenital heart disease.
Martha Grogan, M.D., has been the cardiovascular medical editor of the award-winning MayoClinic.com website for almost a decade and has special interest in health education for the general public. She conducts clinical research, with a focus on cardiac amyloidosis, and lectures widely.
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