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(HealthDay News) -- Hardening and narrowing of the arteries -- medically called atherosclerosis -- may require lifestyle changes to protect yourself from heart attack.
Here's how to find support, courtesy of the National Heart Lung and Blood Institute:
Tell your doctor if you feel depressed, anxious or stressed. If necessary, talk with a mental health professional.
Reach out to your local hospital or health department for support and additional information.
Discuss needed lifestyle changes with family and friends.
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