Low Risk of Heart Disease

From your answers, it looks like you’re currently at a low risk of developing heart disease, but this assessment isn’t a substitute for talking to a heart expert. Keep up with the good work of striving for a healthy weight, diet and exercise routine, and be sure to get your annual physical every year to stay healthy.

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Find a Trusted Primary Care Doctor

You indicated that you don’t currently have a primary care doctor. Having an established relationship with a primary care doctor is important to your whole-person health. To find a physician near you, click here.

Be sure to see your new doctor at least once a year, share any major lifestyle changes with them and ask how to keep your heart healthy for the long term.

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Your Next Steps

With heart disease, prevention is the best medicine. Based on your answers, your best next step is to ask your primary care doctor the best ways to lower your heart disease risk and follow their guidance.

We also recommend taking these steps to keep your heart healthy and happy:

  • Aim for 150 minutes of exercise each week
  • Find ways to manage stress
  • Get your annual physical each year
  • Maintain a heart-healthy diet
  • Strive for or maintain a healthy weight
  • Stop smoking, if you currently smoke

We’re Here to Keep Your Heart Beating Strong

We hope you use your risk assessment results to inform ongoing conversations about your heart health with a trusted health care provider. Learn more about our general and specialty cardiovascular care, including care for arrhythmias, heart failure, valve disease and more.