According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, there are approximately 5.1 million Americans living with heart disease. But that doesn’t mean those individuals can’t live happy, productive lives – especially if they can avoid setbacks. Concordia hopes this video and program can help.
Living with Congestive Heart Failure (CHF) can be a challenge, but the program established at Concordia Visiting Nurses helps put patients on a pathway to success. CHF can be controlled with diet, exercise, medication and positive health habits – all of which are addressed in the program (and more). In this video, we look at a few simple things individuals living with CHF can do to reduce their risk of having a mishap.
If you have any questions about the signs described in this video, or if you have questions about home health care in general, call Concordia Visiting Nurses at 1-877-352-6200 (Cabot) or 1-866-869-8669 (Baden). You can also e-mail us through the Contact form on our website 24 hours a day. And as usual, feel free to leave a comment below.
(You can also view the video on our YouTube Channel by clicking here)
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