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Your Heart

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Heart Fitness Tips

  • <p><span>Eat</span> a <span>heart healthy diet</span> (greens, fruits).</p>

    Eat a heart healthy diet (greens, fruits).

  • <p>Keep your <span>blood</span> pressure in <span>check</span>.</p>

    Keep your blood pressure in check.

  • <p>Don’t be <span>under weight</span> or <span>over weight</span>.</p>

    Don’t be under weight or over weight.

  • <p>Be <span>physically active daily</span> (30 mins. exercise).</p>

    Be physically active daily (30 mins. exercise).

  • <p>Avoid <span>drinking</span> & <span>smoking</span>.</p>

    Avoid drinking & smoking.

  • <p>Keep <span>blood sugar</span> in <span>control</span>.</p>

    Keep blood sugar in control.

  • <p>Sleep for <span>7-8 hrs</span> daily.</p>

    Sleep for 7-8 hrs daily.

  • <p>Keep <span>cholesterol</span> under control.</p>

    Keep cholesterol under control.

  • <p>Avoid <span>stress</span> & <span>relax</span> daily.</p>

    Avoid stress & relax daily.

Some Interesting Facts About Your Heart

  • <p>India is the <span>coronary heart disease and diabetes</span> capital of the world.</p>

    India is the coronary heart disease and diabetes capital of the world.

  • <p>About <span>33%</span> of India's population suffers from High Blood Pressure and <span>80%</span> of them develop <span>Heart Disease</span>.</p>

    About 33% of India's population suffers from High Blood Pressure and 80% of them develop Heart Disease.

  • <p>People with <span>diabetes</span> are <span>twice</span> more likely to develop <span>heart disease</span>.</p>

    People with diabetes are twice more likely to develop heart disease.

  • <p>The most common cause of heart disease is <span>coronary artery disease (CAD)</span>, which is a <span>blocked</span> or <span>narrowed</span> artery that supplies the heart with blood.</p>

    The most common cause of heart disease is coronary artery disease (CAD), which is a blocked or narrowed artery that supplies the heart with blood.

  • <p><span>Age</span> is the most significant risk factor of developing heart disease, followed by <span>family history, lack of exercise, high blood pressure, diabetes</span> and <span>high blood cholesterol</span>.</p>

    Age is the most significant risk factor of developing heart disease, followed by family history, lack of exercise, high blood pressure, diabetes and high blood cholesterol.

  • <p><span>Sedentary lifestyle</span> is a major cause of death due to heart disease.</p>

    Sedentary lifestyle is a major cause of death due to heart disease.

  • <p>Instead of chest pain, heart attacks in <span>women</span> are accompanied with <span>nausea</span>, indigestion and <span>shoulder aches</span>.</p>

    Instead of chest pain, heart attacks in women are accompanied with nausea, indigestion and shoulder aches.

  • <p><span>One-third</span> of first heart attacks are <span>fatal</span>, and another third result in <span>permanent damage</span> to the heart.</p>

    One-third of first heart attacks are fatal, and another third result in permanent damage to the heart.

  • <p><span>Smoking</span> makes the risk of a heart attack <span>200%</span> to <span>400%</span> greater than that of non-smokers.</p>

    Smoking makes the risk of a heart attack 200% to 400% greater than that of non-smokers.