We’re in this together.
These recent months have us thinking about health more than ever as those with cardiovascular disease are at higher risk of Covid-19. For women whose lives have been impacted by heart disease, we need to do all we can to protect our health – often while faced with the challenges and anxieties of stay-at-home orders.
That’s why we’re starting the Heart & Soul newsletter. Every week we’ll send you heart-healthy tips to ease your mind and de-stress while staying physically healthy with nutritional recipes and exercise suggestions. It will also be the best source of the latest on policy and research important to heart health.
Above all, we hope to show you during these stress-filled days how to take a long, deep breath and practice living heart-healthy. It’s important to you, to those who love you, and to those caring for us during this national crisis.
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What’s in the newsletter:
Feed Your Soul
There’s a lot going wrong in the world right now. It’s important to remember there are still things to be happy about. Every week, we’ll send you something to make you smile.
Cheer up Your Heart
It’s true that a happy heart can lead to a healthy heart. Mental health is just as important as physical health. We’ll share tips and activities to help keep your mind calm and happy.
Clear Your Mind
It’s a stressful time for everyone, but stress and anxiety can have negative effects on your heart health. Each week, we’ll share how we’re de-stressing and keeping ourselves calm and relaxed.
Keep Eating Right
Good heart health starts with good nutrition. That’s why we’ll be sharing healthy food advices and easy at-home recipes for you to try every week.
Stay Heart Strong
Staying active is so much harder when confined at home, but thankfully there are a million ways to move. Be on the lookout for our fitness challenges and heart-healthy exercises each week. We guarantee something for everyone.
News for the Heart
We know the news can be overwhelming right now, but it’s still important to make time to keep up with the latest heart-related news and research. We will keep you updated on the latest heart health news as we all try to navigate this pandemic together.