I always carry the aspirin (somewhere!) but always worried I wouldn’t be able to put my finger on it if/when it was needed. Now I know exactly where it is!
Thank you Save A Heart for your excellent customer service and a wonderful product. I am now carrying aspirin and my spouse is carrying allergy pills - and we are no longer fumbling with bottles and blister packs. Great product that provides convenience and peace of mind.
Cute, practical and gives me a feeling of calm knowing my loved one has an added assurance with him should he suffer a cardiac incident.
Exactly as described. Does not incumber my keys on the ring. Well worth the price.
This is a great idea! I have friends and family members who’ve had sudden heart attacks. Knowing that I always have aspirin on hand in case myself or someone I care about has a heart attack is reassuring. Great idea. Great product.
Thank you for sharing your positive thoughts on the Save a Heart Pill Fob! We're thrilled to hear that you appreciate the convenience and potential lifesaving benefits of having aspirin readily available in case of a heart attack.
It's unfortunate that heart attacks can occur suddenly and without warning, but having a tool like the Save a Heart Pill Fob can help ensure that you and your loved ones are prepared for such emergencies. Knowing that you have a reliable way to access aspirin can provide a sense of comfort and security during stressful situations.
There are several factors that can increase the risk of heart disease and stroke during pregnancy, including:
Pre-existing conditions: If the mother has pre-existing conditions, such as high blood pressure or diabetes, the risk of heart disease and stroke may be higher during pregnancy.
Gestational diabetes: Pregnancy can increase the risk of developing gestational diabetes, a type of diabetes that occurs during pregnancy and can increase the risk of heart disease and stroke.
Pregnancy-induced hypertension: Pregnancy can also cause pregnancy-induced hypertension, which is high blood pressure that develops during pregnancy and can increase the risk of heart disease and stroke.
Excessive weight gain: Gaining too much weight during pregnancy can increase the risk of heart disease and stroke, as it can put extra strain on the heart and increase blood pressure.
To reduce the risk of heart disease and stroke during pregnancy, it is important to manage any pre-existing conditions, maintain a healthy weight, and follow a healthy diet and exercise routine. It is also important to seek medical attention if you experience any unusual symptoms, such as chest pain or shortness of breath, as prompt treatment can help to prevent serious complications.