Dress up in Red!

The first Friday of each February marks the National Red Dress Day, observed to raise awareness of cardiovascular diseases.

On this day, people wear a red garment to support treatments of heart and circulatory system diseases such asVenous Insufficiency.

Cardiovascular diseases affect a large percentage of the female population

When wearing a red garment, women are stating they are aware of the risk factors, the symptoms of these medical conditions, and the importance of consulting a medical specialist when they feel that their circulatory system is not functioning properly.

During the National Red Dress Day, different organizations, hospitals, and health entities provide information to help the population learn more about the risks of cardiovascular diseases.
Likewise, on this day, people are advised to begin/maintain a healthy eating plan and also an exercise routine to overcome a sedentary lifestyle, which is one of the main causes of
developing heart diseases.

On February 7, 2020, wear a red garment and remember to visit a medical specialist if you experience symptoms related to the heart or circulatory system problems.

The content of this article is for informational purposes only and does not constitute medical advice.

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