Cardiac rehabilitation is a programme designed to improve your heart condition and to help you in restarting activities after a cardiac event.
Drug treatment is one of the cornerstones to controlling your risk of cardiac events. Learn what they do.
Physical exercise training promotes faster recovery from heart disease and prevents new heart problems.
A heart problem is a distressing life event and feeling apprehensive or helpless is normal. Don’t be scared, learn how to get over it.
Driving can be stressful and could be an additional risk factor for heart disease. Discover when you can start to drive again.
Fitness to travel differs between individuals and the type of transport.
How long you stay off work depends on several issues which should be discussed with your cardiologist.
Families are an essential source of support for patients recovering from heart disease.
Sexual activity is important for you and your partner and you can still be active after a heart attack. Discover when and how your heart will cope with the increased effort.
People who have a heart attack are at higher risk of another one. But you can reduce this risk.
Estimating your risk of a second heart attack can help your doctor determine your treatment.