If you weren’t aware, February is American Heart Month!
You have the ability to ensure that you are protected from heart disease by taking preventative measures. Small activities that are beneficial to our hearts, such as increasing the amount of physical activity we get during the day or selecting nutritious foods, can have a significant impact on the protection of our hearts.

Get involved and get planning started!

Make Use of Materials for Community Outreach in Your Area: The page for American Heart Month contains a variety of resources, including data sheets, drop-in articles, PowerPoint slides, and more.

The Sharing of Resources via Social Media: Make use of these visuals and messages for social media on your various social media networks. Don’t forget to include the hashtag #OurHearts in your posts! You can also use the hashtags #HeartMonth throughout the month of February and #WearRedDay on February 2nd.

Start preparing your outreach efforts and activities beginning in December and continuing through February by downloading the preparing Checklist. This checklist will provide you with actionable tasks to take. A planning checklist for American Heart Month is available for download.

Explore the world of #OurHearts! Your chance of developing heart disease can be affected by your blood pressure, cholesterol, weight, and blood sugar levels; therefore, it is important that you educate yourself on these factors. There is a strong correlation between having a fundamental grasp of information that pertains to your health and making use of that information to guide decisions and activities that pertain to your health as well as the health of others.

Within the United States of America, the greatest cause of death is heart disease specifically. But there are several things you may do to safeguard your heart. Find out more about living a heart-healthy lifestyle from nhlbi’s Fantastic guide!

Another thing  that you can do is take a CPR Certification Course to learn how to save a life!

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We teach classes in the following areas:
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Mint Hill
Fort Mill
Indian Land
Visit our Locations page to discover where else we offer these lifesaving classes.