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Dodging heart diseases: Five essential tips for better health

Saturday, August 24, 2013 by: Sandeep Godiyal
Tags: heart disease, better health, tips

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(NaturalNews) Countless people throughout the world have one common fear - developing heart disease. Truth be told, some are more likely than others to suffer from this circulatory concern due to uncontrollable factors such as genetics and gender. Well, even though that fact is quite discouraging, it's best to keep in mind that everyone could actually lower their chances of having heart disease - they only have to follow these five tips.

The Five Guidelines

  • Sufficient Sleep is a Must

When talking about the heart, most people wouldn't even mention sleep. While sleeping doesn't seem to be among the most useful activities, it's one of the most important things to do for those who want to lower their risk of having heart disease. In fact, getting eight hours of sleep each day is crucial to one's overall health. Sleeping for more than nine hours, though, is detrimental.
  • Eat the Right Way

A person's eating habits often gets blamed whenever the worst medical problems emerge. Well, it's true that many of those who've developed all kinds of circulatory concerns came to meet such a fate due to one simple reason - they consumed too much fat. So, people who'd like to stay heart-disease free shouldn't eat excessive amounts of meat, dairy products, and pastries.
  • Visiting the Doctor

As pointed out beforehand, there are those who are likely to develop circulatory issues due to factors that are beyond their control. That means that no matter what they do about their sleep cycle and diet, they always need to visit a doctor. Physicians are more than capable of noticing (and acting upon) warning signs that stem from blood-pressure readings and cholesterol levels.
  • Get Away from Smoke

Here's a very simple fact that anyone who wishes to protect their heart shouldn't forget: tobacco products are dangerous. That means that those who smoke are actually boosting their chances of developing the dreaded disease. Of course, some might question the need to quit smoking. Well, they just have to think about this: nicotine and carbon monoxide both overwork the heart.
  • The Power of Exercise

Keeping the entire circulatory system healthy is sometimes as simple as following a proper exercise routine. So, the question now in most people's minds is this: what's a good workout? Any moderately-tiring physical activity that lasts for 30 minutes should be sufficient. Aside from getting better heart health, those who exercise regularly also avoid other diseases, such as diabetes.

Making the Changes, Now

It's clear enough that following all those tips at once won't be easy, especially for people who have never cared about their heart in the past. No matter how difficult it might be though, it wouldn't be wise to simply quit without even trying. All in all, caring for one's body isn't something that should be associated with choices. Instead, it's an endeavor that must be deemed synonymous with one word - necessity.

Sources for this article include:

http://www.theguardian.com

http://www.nhs.uk

http://www.helpguide.org

http://science.naturalnews.com

About the author:
Sandeep is an mountain climber, runner, and fitness coach. He shares his tips for staying in shape and eating healthy on quickeasyfit.

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