7 ways Reduce the Risk of Heart Attack

by Alisha Carter Best Urologist Hospitals And Doctors In India
A heart attack is a severe condition that takes place when the flow of the blood to the heart is blocked. Thus, the heart does not get the adequate amount of blood flow.  The blockage in the arteries is usually caused by the buildup of the fat, cholesterol and other substances that makes up the plaque. Most often this plaque breaks up and forms the clots. Due to the disruption in the flow of the blood any part of the heart or the heart muscle may get damaged. With the improvements in the technologies, there are treatment methods that can be used to treat the condition. But why to think about the treatment options only when you can opt for the prevention methods. With certain easy tips, you can at least reduce the risk of heart attack if not eradicate it completely.

Here are the 7 ways that can assist you in reducing the risk of cardiac attack-
  • Say no to smoking - Smoking is the biggest enemy of the healthy person. The people who smoke increase their risk of having the heart twice the risk of the non-smokers. Thus, you should quit smoking as soon as possible.

  • Improving the cholesterol level -  The person is at the risk of developing the heart condition if he has the total cholesterol level over 200, HDL ("good") cholesterol level under 40, LDL ("bad") cholesterol level over 160 and Triglycerides over 150. So always keep in mind your cholesterol level.

  • Controlling to high blood pressure - Hypertension or high blood pressure is one of the most common causes of cardiac attack.  You can control the high blood pressure by exercising, reducing salt and eating healthy.  Moreover, you can take medications to control the high blood pressure.

  • Stay active - Inactivity brings many health conditions. People who do not indulge in any physical exercise are at a greater risk of developing the cardiac attack than others.

  • Following the healthy diet plan - Make sure to pack your diet with the food items that are low in fat and cholesterol. Eat more of fruits, vegetables, whole grain, beans, nuts and plant-based to get the adequate proteins and nutrition.

  • Maintain the healthy diet - Obesity is the underlying cause of many heart conditions. Make sure to maintain the healthy weight that in turn will help you in managing the high blood pressure and the diabetes complications. 

  • Managing stress and anger - Stress and anger are the part of everyone’s daily life. It is definitely hard to eliminate them completely. But you can surely take steps to control and managing the anger and anxiousness to a large extent in order to stay healthy.

Prepare yourself to prevent the cardiac condition from today only eat the right diet and practice lifestyle. Don’t wait for something to happen to take any steps.

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