The human heart beats about 100,000 times a day, and in that time, it pumps about 23,000 liters of blood around your body.
But what happens when it doesn’t work as well as it should?
Well, diseases like Coronary heart disease arise.
But that shouldn't slow you down to stop you from living your life to the fullest. There's a tremendous amount of power you have to minimize the impacts of CHD on your quality of life, and it all starts with knowledge.
In this course, we cover the full spectrum of everything you need to know about CHD, what your options are and how you can march forward through life, safely. All of these tips and knowledge are meant to compliment your health care providers recommendations.
Although CHD is a physical issue, we also explore ways to enhance your mental and emotion well-being to regain your confidence, motivation and strength.
Here's what you can expect:
Phase 1 of this course is designed to help you understand what CHD is and how it can impact your life, as a patient or as a family member. We will learn the symptoms of this disease in this section along with understanding how CHD is diagnosed and what smart choices can save you from getting the disease in the first place.
In Phase 2 we will talk about the conventional and alternative treatments available for patients of CHD along with how simple changes in their lifestyle like working out, eating the right foods, and stress management can help patients deal with CHD.
In Phase 3 we will take a look at the challenges patients with CHD encounter everyday and take inspiration from the lives of a few heroes living with CHD to stay motivated to fight the disease. In this section, we will also talk about the importance of effective communication and how a positive approach towards life can change it for the better.
Living with CHD challenges
How To Talk About Your Illness
Adopting a Positive Mindset Towards Life
Phase 4 of this course is designed specifically for friends, family members, and employers who would like to help the patients suffering from this disease live better. This phase focuses on providing care-giving guidelines to family members, how to provide basic life support to the patient and some guidelines on how employers can facilitate employees who have CHD.
Ready for a better change? Start the course now!