Are you at risk for heart disease? Find out here.

Risk factors are conditions or habits that make a person more likely to develop a disease or increase the chance that an existing disease will get worse.

  • Do any of these statements apply to you?

  • I am a man over 40 or a woman over 55 or younger and post-menopausal.

  • I have a family history of heart disease.

  • I have high blood pressure.

  • My total cholesterol is 200 or higher, or I don't know my cholesterol level.

  • I smoke and/or live or work with people who smoke regularly.

  • I get less than 30 minutes of physical activity at least three times a week.

  • I am 20 pounds or more overweight.

  • I have diabetes or pre-diabetes, or take medicine to control my blood sugar.

  • I have a strong family history of heart disease.

If one or more of these statements is true for you, then you are likely at risk for developing heart disease. The more "yes'"statements, the higher your risk.

The good news is that first step toward heart health is becoming aware of your own personal risk for heart disease.

Find out more about how your doctor can help.Or, call us to learn more about determining your own risk and how to talk to your doctor about it at (352) 867-8181.

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