Ten Things to Do After An Angina Diagnosis
Angina is chest pain that occurs when a portion of your heart is not receiving enough blood. This lack of blood flow to the heart is usually caused by coronary artery disease - a build up of plaque in the arteries, which reduces the amount of blood flowing to your heart.
Always remember that if exercise is new to you, it's a good idea to speak with your doctor first to discuss what level of exercise is appropriate.
To help remember, try using a calendar to make a timing schedule, or if you always take your medications in the morning, place them next to the coffee pot, or another location you frequent as part of your morning routine.