Time for a heart to heart.

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Time for a heart to heart.
Time for a heart to heart.
Time for a heart to heart.
Time for a heart to heart.
Time for a heart to heart.

 

People living with type 2 diabetes might also have high blood pressure or high cholesterol and this means a greater risk for heart attack or stroke.

However, managing your condition is one of the best ways to reduce your risk and help lessen the damage to your blood vessels and nerves over time.

Millions of people living with diabetes are taking care of their hearts and leading healthier lives, and you can join them.

Time for a heart to heart.

Talk to your doctor.

The longer you live with diabetes, the higher your risk of heart disease and stroke — but the best course of action is a plan of action.

In addition to adjusting your diet and increasing your exercise, regular check-ins with your doctor can help you keep your diabetes in control and help lower your risk of heart disease and stroke.

 

Did you know?

 
Adults with diabetes are 2x as likely to have a heart attack or stroke than people without diabetes?

 
 

We’re in this together.

Are you looking for answers, support, or more information? Please visit us online at https://knowdiabetesbyheart.org/join to get the most up-to-date information on how to reduce your risk for heart disease if you have type 2 diabetes.