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“My wife and I were stopping at the store to get dinner, and I saw an older gentleman laid down in the road in front of the store, so I pulled over and rushed to his side. Another guy was next to him checking his pulse and said he couldn’t find it, so we pulled him out of the road, and immediately begin chest compressions. The two of us worked on him for about five minutes or so while a whole bunch of onlookers just stood there. The paramedics finally arrived and took over, and after shocking him several times and what felt like a lifetime, were able to stabilize him, and get him to the hospital. Police officer came over and told us he had a massive heart attack. He then shook my hand and congratulated us for saving this complete stranger, and said had we not been there and acted as fast as we had that he would of absolutely not made it. This morning the family contacted me and I went to the hospital to meet this man. Turns out he had Vfib and died three times at the hospital and had we not sprung into action as fast as we did he wouldn’t of even made it there. The doctor told me that people have less than a 10% survival rate, and couldn’t remember the last time he saw somebody survive this. This man Stephen is super awesome and incredibly funny. Every year he is Santa Claus for the kids in his town and hosts an event called “meet santa” at the high school, and he even promised me were gonna toss back a few beers when he’s fully recovered. You never know what kind of situation might unfold at any moment, and simply knowing what to might be the difference between someone going home to their family or not.
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Consider pet therapy
Our pets offer more than good company and unconditional love. They provide numerous health benefits. NIH suggests owning a pet may help improve your heart function. It may also help lower your chances of dying from heart disease. https://zcu.io/Ap16
Take the scenic route home
Put down your cell phone, forget about the driver who cut you off, and enjoy your ride. Eliminating stress while driving can help lower your blood pressure and stress levels. That’s something your cardiovascular system will appreciate.
Play between the sheets,
Or you can play on top of the sheets! That’s right, having sex can be good for your heart. Sexual activity may add more than just pleasure to your life. It may also help lower your blood pressure and risk of heart disease.
If you don’t sleep enough, you may be at a higher risk for cardiovascular disease no matter your age or other health habits.
Regularly monitoring your blood pressure, with support from your health care team, can help lower your risk for heart disease and stroke. You can check your blood pressure at the doctor’s office, at a pharmacy, or even at home!
is not a heart attack. Know the signs and the steps to survival: Call 911, Give CPR, Use an AED.
Stay warm, but do it safely.
doesn't just happen to the elderly. Over 7,000 teens under the age of 18 suffer an SCA every year.
Did you know??? Immediate CPR Triples the chance of survival from . Find CPR and AED training here. https://zcu.io/tIFF
It's heart month, and we are focused on bringing awareness of and the chain of survival: Call 911, Perform CPR, Use an AED. Look at how many lives we can save!
keep current with doctors and medications. Remember to keep current on your doctor's appointments and your medications as part of your self-care routine. are healthier together.
stay in check together. Self-care helps keep your blood pressure in the healthy range and reduces your risk of heart disease. are healthier together.
quit smoking together. Social support makes quitting smoking easier. Don't go it alone. are healthier together.
namaste together. Try yoga or meditation to reduce stress. are healthier together.
stay active together. Aim for 150 minutes of physical activity each week. are healthier together.
motivate each other. February is American Heart Month.
When we take care of our hearts as part of our self-care, we set an example for others to do the same. Share how you're caring for your heart.
are healthier together.
motivate each other. Trying to keep your heart healthy? Joining forces with friends or family may keep you more motivated. are healthier together.
stay healthier with family support. Play in the yard with your family. are healthier together.
move together online. Join a live interactive workout class. are healthier together.
are healthier together. February is American Heart Month. Share how your hearts are healthier together. Tell us with
learn together. Join a heart health education class in your community. are healthier together.
beat together. If you're pregnant or planning a pregnancy, take extra care of your heart to help protect you and your baby. are healthier together.
devote time to self-care. Self-care for your heart is really self-care for your whole self. are healthier together.
stay in check together. Track your health stats together. are healthier together.
get physical activity together. February is American Heart Month.
When we take care of our hearts as part of our self-care, we set an example for others to do the same. Share how you're caring for your heart. are healthier together.
It's Heart Month, a tradition over 50 years old! The first proclamation was issued by President Lyndon B. Johnson in February 1964. Let's use this month to spread the word about so we can make survival from SCA the norm vs. the exception. ,
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