Living With Cardiovascular Disease

About 92.1 million American adults are living with some form of cardiovascular disease or after-effects of stroke and research has shown that the emotional recovery from heart disease and stroke can often aid in physical recovery. The American Heart Association's free online Support Network provides easily accessible support for heart and stroke survivors as well as their caregivers. By joining the support network, individuals can learn from over 100,000 users with similar journeys. Share your story, chat on more than 25 specialized forums and learn from others in similar situations at Heart.org/SupportNetwork

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