When patients first hear they have Heart Failure, they are understandably frightened. Terrified even. The name itself sounds scary. Patients assume their heart is failing, and they are dying. Now. Then they start trolling the internet, and alarm themselves even more. There they are confronted with an awful truth: The typical patient with Heart Failure [...]
This is a condition where I myself have control over how I feel. I can start new habits that make a big difference in my energy level, my ability to breathe easily and even how long I will live. I am surrounded by others who offer support.
Cathy R., Age 42