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3 Must-Do’s After Surviving Heart Attack

Submitted by on September 15, 2009 – 11:30 amNo Comment




Past the brave-hearty survival where you defeated death for three times in a row, take care of yourself. The need of time says that you assure yourself nutritionally, medicinally and mentally. So the following tips that I bestow must be carefully taken into notice and used appropriately.

  1. Review your discharge plan: After, you get a discharge from the hospital; you need to take care by your own self. So, before leaving the hospital exchange few significant questions with your doctor. Ask him whatever doubts you have in your mind and what is suitable for you and what is not. Clarify with him essential details like what you should eat, exercise, whether you can board an airplane or not, join your job. And if your doctor offers you with discharge class, then accept it candidly says WD advisor Nieca Goldberg, MD.
  2. 3 Must-Do’s After Surviving Heart AttackSolicit additional assistance: Request him for extra aid like reference to a cardiac rehabilitation centre, a nourishment program, an outpatient exercise program and last but not the least a stress management program.
  3. Screen yourself with depression: This is a must-do for those who have experienced the tragic heart attack. This is clear phenomenon that one will face heart-attack obviously because he or she has got intensely hurt or stressed which he could not bear. Also the American Heart Association rightly propounds that all the heart patients’ need early and repeated screening for depression.
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