How to keep a Healthy Heart?

The heart is beating 100,000 times a day, every SINGLE day. When was the last time you have checked your heart? Listen. You need to show your heart that you care. It doesn’t ask much , but it still needs the care (and deserve) your love and attention.

What’s Up, Doc?

Your doctor will want to get an accurate picture of your blood pressure and chart what happens over time. Starting at age 20, the American Heart Association recommends a blood pressure screening at your regular healthcare visit or once every 2 years, if your blood pressure is less than 120/80 mm Hg. Knowing your blood pressure and cholesterol will give you a good idea of the current state your heart is in and where you may need to work a little bit harder to stay healthy.

This blood pressure chart reflects categories defined by the American Heart Association.


Your Next Steps.

One of the most important steps in keeping a healthy heart is to stay active is to stay active . You don’t have to run a 10 miles for marathon but staying in sedentary for extended periods of time can be detrimental to your heart. Get at least 30 minutes of exercise per day, five days a week. using stairs instead of elevators, or even just walking around the office for few minutes will greatly improve for a healthy heart.

Keep Light, Eat Right

Fruits and vegetables together with fish are what’s on the menu for the Happy Heart Diner. For those love to snack, try nibbling on a handful of unsalted nuts to cut out bad cholesterol.

Defeat the Stress Monster

There is no way to totally eliminate stress , but taking some time out of your day to free your mind can do miracles for your health and well-being. Remember, stress is major factor in producing free radicals in our body.

10Supplements Your Tag Team Partner

Sometimes it’s hard to get everything our heart needs from just diet and exercise alone. Luckily, there are nutritional supplements out there ready to fight and prevent major risk factors of cardiovascular disease people. Know more about supplement by reading my first blog post.



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