Where can you find more Afib/Atrial Fibrillation help? Watch this Mellanie True Hills video to discover where to turn when you need more information.
Mellanie True Hills:
Well, there are two websites, one is mellaniehills.com and that has tremendous number of resources, has lots of articles. You sign up for our healthy living newsletter there where we send you news you can use about your health and particularly heart health, and it also has links to some of the best health and medical resources, really reliable, responsible, accurate health resources.
So that’s one great site. Another great site is stopafib.org and that’s for those who have atrial fibrillation or for their families or their caregivers, and atrial fibrillation is the quivering of the upper chambers of the heart which puts you at risk for stroke. So if you think you have quivering of the upper chambers of the heart, fluttering, racing heart, skipped heartbeats, please check out stopafib.org and find out if you’re at risk. Thank you.
Heart Survivor, Author, and Speaker Mellanie is a heart survivor and the author of A Woman's Guide to Saving Her Own Life: The HEART Program for Health & Longevity. After having a brush with death in emergency heart surgery, Mellanie now uses her second chance to coach individuals in creating healthy lifestyles and organizations in creating healthy, productive workplaces.
Heart disease is the #1 killer, and stroke is #3. In the US each day, we lose nearly 3,000 men and women to heart disease and stroke. Forty per cent of us will get, and die from, heart disease or stroke. But it is preventable, if you know what to do.
Women have different heart symptoms than men, and they're typically very subtle, so for women, the first symptom is frequently a heart attack. Knowing those symptoms can save your life.
Mellanie's mission is to spread awareness of how to save your own life. She provides a message of hope and encouragement, sharing how to take control, decrease stress, and protect against heart disease. Audiences consistently say, You changed my life.
To further this mission, Mellanie is the founder and CEO of the American Foundation for Women's Health.
Mellanie also works with organizations that want healthy, productive workplaces to decrease stress and keep employees healthy, including how to leverage technology and culture in doing so.
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