He sleeps better and since his heart attack, his cholesterol is half what it used to be.
When people hear Boyer's story, they usually ask if he remembers seeing anything in that minute when he coded. He does not. However, it did impact him.
"To be that close to death, it does make you appreciate life a lot more," he said.
Todd encourages anyone with heart attack risk factors or a family history of heart disease to consult with their doctors for an evaluation. He also warns anyone feeling off to not dismiss it just because he or she does not have the "typical" heart attack symptoms.
"Because believe me, I didn't know what I was in for when I woke up on April 6," he said. "I got lucky. Not a lot of people get that second opportunity."