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Every dollar will be matched to double your impact for the hearts you love, thanks to a group of generous donors!

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Since the COVID-19 pandemic began, we all feel like we've skipped a beat. Stress has soared while physical and mental health have declined. But now's the time to Reclaim Your Rhythm. We can help you create or rebuild healthy habits that work best for you — and take back control of your physical and mental well-being.

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Create healthy habits that work best for YOUR life, for the best chance at life.

Mellow Out and Reduce Stress

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Music is a universal language that connects, soothes, and inspires. Let's use it to get healthier!

Curate and share a playlist that helps us reclaim our rhythm. Be it a soundtrack for rallying or resting, cardio or mediation, we'll look forward to finding your personal medley for well-being on social media (#HeartMonth).

Find tips on better health and well-being.

Get Up and Move to the Groove

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One of the keys to better health and mental well-being is getting back into the rhythm of an active lifestyle. Staying active may lower blood pressure, control weight gain, pump more oxygen into your heart and reduce stress—a leading cause of heart attacks and strokes. Move today.

Feed Your Soul, Rock Your Recipes

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Create a family rhythm by eating meals together for a chance to connect and decompress. Regular meals at home with family reduce stress, boost self-esteem and make the whole family feel connected.

This Black History Month let's reclaim control of our well-being.

Get information and resources to reclaim control of your heart health and mental well-being at


A Chart-Topping Lineup: The 2022 Class of Real Women

As heart disease and stroke survivors, these 12 women embody everything it means to “live fierce.” And over the next year, they will share their powerful survivor stories as national volunteers to help empower women everywhere to take control of their health. Because losing even one women to cardiovascular disease is too many.

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Stay on Beat with Blood Pressure

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Reclaiming Your Rhythm means getting back in the groove of self-care, including focusing on your blood pressure and working with your health care team to get (or keep) it in a healthy range.

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Learn Hands-Only CPR

When a person has a cardiac arrest, survival depends on immediately receiving CPR from someone nearby.

Help your community by learning the 2 simple steps of Hands-Only CPR:

  1. Call 911.
  2. Press hard and fast in the center of the chest.

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Stay connected this American Heart Month

Sign up today so we can stay healthy together! You’ll receive:

  • The latest heart-health and prevention information
  • Exclusive invitations to hear from health experts
  • Opportunities to get involved
  • And more!

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Discover a Simpler Way to Give

The American Heart Association Donor Advised Fund Program offers an easy, flexible and tax-wise way to support all your favorite charities through one account.

We Still Need Your Help

Every 40 seconds, a loved one still has a heart attack or stroke. Protect the hearts you love with a gift today.


Find volunteer opportunities that fit your time and talent.

Hands-Only CPR

Hands-Only CPR can save lives. Your actions can only help.

Warning Signs

Learn about the warning signs of heart attack, stroke and cardiac arrest.