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  • Writer's pictureLisa Damron

CPR Manikin, Mani Tells You how to Prevent a Broken Heart

Meet Mani, the CPR Manikin. Even Mani would like to find some love this Valentine's Day, however he is trying to heal his own broken heart, recovering from a recent over-aggressive CPR student. Here are a few tips he'd like to share on how to keep your heart from getting broken.

Grab some fruit and veggies. There are so many eating plans out there, it's hard to know which one is the right one. Mani recommends following your physician's advice, or at a minimum try to eat more natural food that our beautiful earth provides for us.

Get a move on. Although Mani doesn't have arms or legs, he still gets some physical activity during CPR practice. Don't beat yourself up if you're not sprinting to the gym every day. A short 30 minute walk goes a long way.

Lose the belly jelly. According to the Mayo Clinic "Even a small weight loss can be beneficial." Read more here.

Get some shut eye. Do you wake up feeling refreshed in the morning? If not, this is a good indication that you need more rest and should try to maintain a regular sleep schedule.

Chill out. This is Mani's favorite bit of advice on decreasing stress. Most days you'll find him taking a breather and settling back with some of his favorite chill time songs, "Stayin' Alive" and "We Got the Beat."

So if you don't get a chocolate filled heart today, remember to give your own blood filled heart a little TLC. Happy Valentine's Day!

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