Heart Disease Can Lead To Heart Attack

Are you at risk?  

  • Sedentary lifestyle, or get little physical activity

  • High levels of stress, feeling little control over your environment

  • Overweight

  • High Blood Pressure

  • High cholesterol, including a high LDL (bad cholesterol) low HDL (good cholesterol) or high triglyceride levels

  • Smoking or use of tobacco products

  • Diabetes

  • Family history of heart disease

  • Early menopause (before age 40)

  • Previous heart attack

What steps can you take today to reduce your risks? Your primary care provider can help you get on the right track. If you don't have a primary care provider and need assistance finding the right one for you, our registered nurses at Billings Clinic HealthLine are available to help. 406-255-8400 or 1-800-252-1246

Ways you can prevent heart disease.

Ways You Can Prevent Heart Disease

The American Heart Association has created Life's Simple 7 steps that are inexpensive and practical ways to lower your risk of heart disease and improve your health. Find out how you can reduce your risks.

Life's Simple 7 Steps