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Living your best life

Keeping your heart healthy is the most important thing you can do to help prevent and manage heart and circulatory diseases. 

Physical activity can help reduce your risk of heart and circulatory disease. It can also help you control your weight, reduce blood pressure, reduce cholesterol, and improve your mental health – helping you to look and feel great.

Helping you to get healthier

Sometimes, making some lifestyle changes can play a vital role in your journey back to health. To help you on your way, our Vitality partners can support your lifestyle goals and make living a healthy life easier.

 

Understanding your condition

Want to learn more about a condition affecting you or a loved one? Visit the British Heart Foundation website for further information and support or click the link below for a full list of heart and circulatory conditions to get the information you need.

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Treatments

If you have a condition then you may need either medication, a procedure, or surgery. The British Heart Foundation has the information you need about treatment you may be offered.

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Support networks

The British Heart Foundation has a network of support groups which are open to anyone who has a heart condition, as well as their partners and families. These groups provide a chance to share experiences, along with a wide range of benefits and activities for members from social events to yoga classes.

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50% off a range of health screens with our Vitality partners

As a Vitality member you may be eligible for a half price health screen with one of our Vitality partners. A health screen will give you an understanding of your overall health and includes time with a healthcare professional to talk through your results and recommendations.

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Vitality Healthcheck

The first step to getting healthier is with a Vitality Healthcheck. You can find out your key health numbers in just 30 minutes, this includes; blood pressure, cholesterol, blood glucose, height, weight, and BMI.

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