“There are some important nuances of the guidelines. They don’t apply to people who’ve already had a heart attack or stroke. And they don’t tell adults who are currently taking daily aspirin to stop taking it. However, the task force does caution that because of increased bleeding risk with age, patients may need to consider stopping daily aspirin use around age 75.“
The URL’s below will lead you to a Podcast that I think has some good suggestions and information for embracing aging. In addition, the website is a good resource for topics, that may give you ideas for recreating yourself as you age.
Type the URL address below into your browser to access the Untrained Wisdom Podcast, created by Shuva Rahimm. https://untrainedwisdom.com
Finding help experts to assist us in developing the skills to make the right decisions and know what questions to ask when meeting with our doctors for our health challenges and well-being is a formidable task.
When you have a free moment, learn more by listening to my Episode 35 podcast, which provides a brief introduction to this blog post and the links which are available for your quick access to the website.
“Open-Heart Surgery survivor“. I am one of the lucky women who had doctors who believed that I was having pains in my heart. At 47 years old heavy breathing, excruciating pain in my chest, ‘unusual fatigue’ – all of that – did not resemble anything most of the doctors I saw would expect from a woman my age. This is the story of many a woman young and old.
February is American Heart Month. This Friday February 4th is National Wear Red Day in the United States.
Know the Facts About Women and Heart Disease by using the resources below. A brief introduction is available on my podcast – Episode 31