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Prevention and Treatment of PAD
The American Heart Association explains that treatment for PAD focuses on reducing symptoms and preventing further progression of the disease. In most cases, lifestyle changes, exercise and claudication medications are enough to slow the progression or even reverse the symptoms of PAD.
Answers by Heart Fact Sheets: Lifestyle and Risk Reduction
The American Heart Association offers these Answers By Heart patient information sheets answer important questions about quitting smoking, improving your diet, increasing physical activity, and controlling cholesterol and high blood pressure.
The American Heart Association explains that walking is low-risk and easy to start. It can help keep you fit and reduce your risk of serious diseases, like heart disease, stroke, diabetes and more. Learn more benefits of walking!
Wellness in the Workplace
The American Heart Association explains that by creating a wellness environment, your company can help lower healthcare costs and protect its most important resource ? your employees.
The Price of Inactivity
The American Heart Association explains the good news about physical activity and why moving for 30 minutes a day can change your life for the better.
Common Problems and Solutions for Being Physically Active
The American Heart Association offers tips to get your exercise routine back on track.
Congenital Heart Defects and Physical Activity
The American Heart Association explains that exercise has many benefits and should be a regular part of almost anyone's life including most people with congenital heart disease.
Getting Physically Active
The American Heart Association explains that people with heart disease need regular physical activity as much as anyone else. Learn why it's so important for cardiac rehab patients.
Warm Up, Cool Down
Exercising? That?s great. But don?t forget to warm up and cool down and stretch ? they?re part of a good workout, too.
Stretches for Walking
The American Heart Association gives these basic stretches to help you get ready for walking or any physical activity.