Self-Management - Physical Activity


Self-Management

self management physical activity

To become more physically active, you may need to learn some new skills and change your behavior. When learning and practicing these new skills, it may help to think about how hard you should exercise and what techniques will help you change.


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Reviewed/Updated Date: January 2012
Clinical Advisory Board Sponsor: Dr. Linda Kinsinger
Clinical Subject Matter Experts: Dr. Kenneth R. Jones, Sophia Hurley
Patient Education Subject Matter Experts: Dr. Rose Mary Pries, Dr. Pam Hebert

Tip of the Day

Tip of Day

Some fats are good! Omega-3 Fatty Acids are the good fats. Including these fatty acids in your diet will help you increase your good cholesterol, decrease your bad cholesterol, and reduce your risk of heart disease. Fatty fish, such as salmon, sardines, swordfish, and albacore tuna contain these heart-healthy fatty acids. Vegetarians can get them by cooking with flaxseed oil and flaxseed flour.

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