February is heart health month! Supporting heart healthy is important for everyone, especially people with diabetes as this health condition increases the risk of developing cardiovascular disease. Frontline Neuropathy can play an important role in your heart health in addition to supporting your nerve health.
I would like to share important information about cardiovascular health and what you can do to reduce your risk of developing cardiovascular disease.
Let's start by considering three areas of your lifestyle that have a direct effect n your heart health and can reduce your cardiovascular disease risk.
Heart Healthy Foods
Healthy eating is the foundation for diabetes and cardiovascular disease management. This means consuming many different fruits and vegetables, choosing lean proteins, choosing healthy fats including omega-3s and strictly limiting foods that are highly processed with added sugar.
Heart Healthy Exercise
Exercise is an essential part of any diabetes or heart health program. Not only does it help to control blood sugar, but it also helps to keep the heart muscle healthy. To start, here is a newsletter article on incorporating exercise into your lifestyle.
Stress management is important for keeping your blood pressure under control and maintaining a positive outlook on your health. It is important to note that adequate sleep is important for stress management and is important for keeping your blood sugar under control. Here are my 5 tips for better sleep.