Put a Little Love in Your Heart with St. Joseph’s Low Dose Aspirin
#ad ❣️ February is American Heart Month so I want to let everyone know some of the things I do as a Registered Nurse on a daily basis to keep my heart healthy, and things you can talk to your doctor about for your heart health!❣️ The heart is a muscle so one of the most important things I do to keep it healthy is exercise at least a half hour a day. I also pay close attention to the foods I eat and always try to eat heart healthy foods. 🥑 My favorites are avocados, leafy green vegetables, whole grains, fish, walnuts and dark chocolate.
I also want to talk to you about discussing a St. Joseph’s low dose aspirin regimen with your doctor if you’ve had a prior heart attack or stroke. Low dose aspirin helps to prevent blood clots from forming, therefore helping to prevent a secondary heart attack or stroke. An adult low dose aspirin regimen using 81 mg aspirin, such as St. Joseph Low Dose Aspirin, is recommended by doctors and leading health organizations to help some individuals prevent a recurrent heart attack or ischemic stroke.
I recommend St. Josephs because they are easy to swallow micro sized tablets and have an enteric coating. The enteric coating delays the release of the aspirin so it can pass through the stomach before releasing the aspirin in the small intestine. This is important because it helps protect the stomach lining from the possible irritating effects of aspirin. Only take low dose aspirin under your doctor’s advice!❣️ There are many benefits of taking low dose aspirin daily but that doesn't mean it's right for everybody. 👨⚕️ Always use as directed by your doctor and talk to your physician before starting or changing any kind of aspirin regimen. #StJosephAspirin is well known brand I trust that's been around for over 125 years. Plus you can always find it at all my favorite local retailers like CVS, Walgreens, Rite Aid and Walmart. ❣️ February is Heart Health month & the perfect time to ask your physician about putting a little love in your heart with @StJosephAspirin. Here are some important questions to ask your physician to find out if low dose aspirin is the right choice for you: What is my risk of having a stroke or heart attack? Am I a candidate for a low dose aspirin regimen with St. Joseph’s Low Dose Aspirin? If so, how often should I take it? ❣️ To find more info and coupons visit