• Following a healthy diet and getting adequate exercise will go a long way toward easing your heart’s workload and improving your heart failure symptoms.
  • Advance directives help you gain a measure of control over your health care. Using directives, you may offer as much or as little guidance as you like to describe what kind of medical care you hope to receive if you are unable to communicate your wishes in the future.
  • At some point, drug therapy may no longer be enough to manage your condition. Learn more about treatment options you may need to consider as your heart failure advances.
  • These delicious and nutritious recipes are also good for your heart.
  • What is palliative care? And how can palliative care help someone with heart failure?

BWH Virtual Heart Failure Clinic

If you are enrolled in Brigham and Women’s Virtual Heart Failure Clinic, click here to meet the team and to learn more about us and what we can do for you.