4myheart

4myheart® is a personalized care program to help improve and maintain heart health. It is based on individual results from your Cardio IQ® tests. Once your doctor enrolls you in the program, you will have access to a clinical educator who can review your test results and connect you to the Go! Well programs from the Cleveland Clinic Wellness Institute.

Along with your doctor's treatment plan, these services can help you reach your personal goals such as:

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Making healthy food choices

  • Search more than 100 heart-healthy recipes
  • Find ways to make better choices, like eating locally grown produce
  • Use online trackers to record your meals
 
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Staying active and social

  • Create goals for daily activity
  • Track your progress using an online tracker
  • Connect with other people like you
 
Medication

Understanding your medicine

  • Learn why you need certain medications
  • Try to prevent unwanted side effects with helpful tips
  • Set medication reminders
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Managing your stress

  • Find out what causes stress in your life
  • Learn positive ways to deal with stress differently
  • Get support from friends and family

Our 4myheart program is designed to help you understand heart health and assist you in leading a healthy lifestyle. It can help you:

  • Follow the treatment plan prescribed to you by your doctor
  • Learn about your tests and what the results mean
  • Set lifestyle goals to help improve your heart health

The benefits for diabetics

Because a strong link exists between heart disease and other chronic conditions, the 4myheart® program also help those with diabetes.

Diabetes

The American Heart Association considers diabetes to be 1 of 7 major controllable risk factors for CVD.

In the U.S., diabetes is a common problem. It occurs because of high blood sugar levels, either because there is not enough insulin or because the body’s cells do not respond properly to it.

Diabetes is a chronic condition, which means it will not go away once you have it. If left untreated, it can cause serious health problems, such as heart disease, stroke, blindness, kidney failure, and lower limb amputation. It’s better to work at preventing diabetes than to have to treat it.

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