Local Heart Attack Survivor Offers 10 Ways for Women to Reduce Their Risk
Eliz Greene survived a heart attack at age 35 while seven months pregnant with twins.
Her life changed.
Not only did she survive a ten-minute cardiac arrest, the cesarean delivery of her daughters and open-heart surgery, all on the same day, she gained new perspective and passion for life.
Her mission for more than a decade has been to inspire other busy women to pay attention to their heart health.
She travels the country sharing down-to-earth strategies with 10 simple ways women can decrease the risk of heart attack.
Among her strategies is a list of ten things you can do to reduce your risk of a heart attack.
#1: Stand Up Every Hour
#2: Avoid Energy Drinks And Drink More Water
#3: Move More
#4: Call A Friend
#5: Take A Breath
#6: Eat A Colorful Lunch
#7: Don’t Mix Birth Control And Other Risk Factors
#8: Know Your Risk
#9: Go Outside
We've attached an interview with Eliz who was a special live guest on the CBS 58 News at 4 p.m. to explain her strategy.
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