Cardiovascular diseases are the leading cause of morbidity and mortality worldwide. While such as medications and procedures are vital in
managing CVDs, lifestyle factors play a crucial role in their prevention and management. Lifestyle medicine focuses on using evidence-based
lifestyle interventions, including nutrition, physical activity, stress management, sleep and tobacco cessation, to prevent, treat and even reverse
chronic diseases. In cardiology, lifestyle medicine has gained recognition as a powerful tool to reduce the burden of CVDs and improve patient
outcomes. This article explores the relationship between cardiology and lifestyle medicine, highlighting the role of lifestyle interventions in
preventing and managing CVDs.