World Heart Day: Keep balanced lifestyle and avoid heart attack
World Heart Day: Keep balanced lifestyle and avoid heart attack

World Heart Day is celebrated every year on September 29, to spread awareness about the importance of keeping the heart fit as it's one of the most important organs that deliver oxygen and nutrients to cells and also removes waste products.  Therefore, it is important to understand what causes heart attacks in younger Indians. Following are a few reasons that cause a heart attack in Indians. Following Good lifestyle steps can dramatically reduce your chances of developing cardiovascular risk factors and ultimately heart disease:

Not smoking: One of the best things you can do for your health is to not use tobacco in any form. Tobacco use is a hard-to-break habit that can slow you down, make you sick, and shorten your life. One way it does this is by contributing to heart disease.

Exercising: Exercise and physical activity are excellent ways to prevent heart disease and many other diseases and conditions,  but many of us get less activity as we get older.

Getting regular physical activity is one of the best things you can do for your health. It lowers the risk of heart disease, diabetes, stroke, high blood pressure, osteoporosis, and certain cancers, and it can also help control stress, improve sleep, boost mood, keep weight in check, and reduce the risk of falling and improve cognitive function in older adults.  It doesn’t take marathon training to see real health gains. A 30-minute brisk walk five days of the week will provide important benefits for most people. Getting any amount of exercise is better than none. Exercise and physical activity benefit the body, while a sedentary lifestyle does the opposite-increasing the chances of becoming overweight and developing a number of chronic diseases. Research shows that people who spend more time each day watching television, sitting, or riding in cars have a greater chance of dying early than people who are more active.

Following a healthy diet: For years, research into connections between diet and heart disease focused on individual nutrients like cholesterol, types of fats, and specific vitamins and minerals. This work has been revealing, but it has also generated some dead ends, along with myths and confusion about what constitutes a heart-healthy diet. That’s because people eat food, not nutrients.

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