Effective Monday, July 19, 2021, the following NOH/OMG office locations will no longer provide on-site blood draws: Westlake, Lorain, Olmsted Falls and Dewhurst. Click here for the nearest lab service location.
But the good news is that we can control most heart disease risk factors. The most common heart disease risk factors we can control include:
You can decrease your risk for these heart disease risk factors by eating a healthy diet and exercising. In addition to lifestyle changes, you can use treatment therapies prescribed by your cardiologist. And here’s even better news: By taking control of your heart health, you can greatly lower your risk of getting heart disease!
The first step is to understand the most common heart disease risk factors, so that you can adjust your behavior to increase your chances of improving your heart health. Here are some terms to familiarize yourself with: