8 Ways To Reduce the Risk of Heart Disease.
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Welcome to the video guys, I hope you all are fine. In this video, you will learn how to reduce the risk of heart disease. Before that please subscribe to the channel for the latest videos hit the nearby bell icon. Well, guys, it’s become common knowledge that the top American health risk is heart disease. It claims more than 600,000 victims each year. So it makes sense to be aware of your risks. Then take advantage of ways to boost your heart health. The National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute offers some steps to reduce your risks for heart disease. Not all tips apply to everyone. Look at the ones that apply to you. Take steps to keep your heart healthy!
1. Control Of Hypertension.
High blood pressure is also known as hypertension. This silent killer is also a risk for kidney disease and stroke. You may be able to reduce your blood pressure by following these instructions::
o Healthful diet. Reducing your salt intake is an important step in reducing your risk of hypertension.
o Reducing your weight
o Increasing your physical activity
o Managing stress
o Limiting alcohol consumption
2. Increase HDL cholesterol.
There’s good cholesterol — HDL cholesterol. Boost this through the following:
o Losing weight
o Eating more fruits and vegetable
o Avoiding trans-fatty acids found in baked goods, fried foods and portions of margarine
o Quitting smoking.
o You’ll also want to lower your LDL or bad cholesterol. The steps above will help lower LDL.
3. Control blood sugar levels.
Well, guys, High blood sugar levels can lead to diabetes and heart disease.
4. Stop Smoking.
Smoking is the leading cause of preventable death and disease in the U.S. Smokers are six times more likely to have a heart attack than nonsmokers. If you’d like some help taking this step, visit with your health care provider.
5. Manage Stress.
Stress is unhealthy for a number of reasons. Managing stress has health benefits beyond helping your heart health.
6. Eat Healthily.
There’s truth to the phrase, “You are what you eat.” Take time to learn what fuels your body well. A good tip is to eat a rainbow!
7. Healthy weight.
When you eat better, maintaining a healthy weight can be easier. Need some help with weight management? You have lots of resources. Losing weight can reduce your risks of a number of health conditions.
8. Physical Activity.
30 minutes of moderate to intense physical activity most days of the week will help you to reduce the risk of conditions such as stroke, colon cancer, and diabetes. Guys, your doctor can help you succeed with each of these steps for better heart health.
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