Knowing you should exercise to help prevent heart disease is one thing, but knowing how you should exercise after you’ve been diagnosed with heart disease can be more complicated. From avoiding hot weather to hills to recognizing the warning signs of when to stop, it’s critical that all heart patients are given the right advice on physical activity.
“Your doctor can let you know what activities are OK for you to do. You may have more options than you think.”- WebMD
For tips and advice on exercising after heart disease, read the full article here.
Disclaimer: You should consult your physician or other healthcare professional before startingany exercise program to determine if it is right for you.