Simple Tips To Prevent Heart Attack

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Kunle Emmanuel
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Simple Tips To Prevent Heart Attack

Unread post by Kunle Emmanuel » Fri Feb 06, 2015 4:40 pm

There are 8 solid simple ways to avoid a heart attack. Find out what those 8 ways are and how easy it can be avoid a heart attack.
Tip 1: Give your heart a break

Cholesterol levels fluctuate significantly with a change in seasons, and during the winters, your cholesterol levels are likely to be higher than normal. If you suffer from borderline high cholesterol, you are at a greater risk of suffering from cardiovascular diseases during the winter months. Therefore it is essential that, apart from managing cholesterol levels, you avoid stressing out your heart which bears the brunt of high cholesterol levels.

Tip 2: Slow down

Do not overdo things and avoid exhausting yourself. Give yourself some rest and take frequent breaks so that you do not overstress your heart; even if that means altering your otherwise intense workout regime.

Tip 3: Eat little, frequently

During the winters people end up eating more than they are normally used to. Eating a large meal at one go can put an extra load on your heart. Rather, eat small meals at regular intervals.

Tip 4: Avoid alcohol

Most people tend to drink alcohol in the winters thinking that it will help them stay warm. But, too much alcohol can cause atrial fibrillation and Arrhythmia or irregular heartbeats. If you must drink, do so in moderation.

Tip 5: Be prepared

Keep emergency pills at hand that will help resolve any complaints of breathlessness or chest pain. Pills like sorbitrate help prevent chest pain and act as an emergency pill in the case of a heart attack. But, before you buy the pill make sure you buy and use these pills only after consulting a doctor.

Tip 6: Keep warm

Hypothermia is one of the leading causes of death during the winters and heart failure is most often why a person dies while suffering from the condition. Therefore, keep hypothermia at bay by staying warm. Wear layers of warm clothes, bathe in hot water only and stay indoors as often as possible.

Tip 7: Don’t ignore the signs
Never ignore any discomfort in the chest, severe sweating, shortness of breath and pain in the neck, arms, jaws and shoulders. All these symptoms are indicators of a heart attack, and you must visit a doctor immediately.

Tip 8: Get regular check-ups

If you have any chronic health condition, especially heart disease, regular check-ups are always advisable. It can help pre-empty any serious health conditions at a latent stage making treatment much easier.

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Re: Simple Tips To Prevent Heart Attack

Unread post by MistyJhones » Tue Feb 10, 2015 10:25 am

Thanks for the useful information but I would like to mention that Unhealthy eating may leads you towards heart attack and increase the risk of obesity.

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Re: Simple Tips To Prevent Heart Attack

Unread post by JohnBrice » Mon Apr 20, 2015 1:03 pm

One thing I like the most its not onlycontains great information but also its esy to understand for any one. Nice sharing.

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Re: Simple Tips To Prevent Heart Attack

Unread post by marlinwoods » Tue Jan 19, 2016 11:21 am

Great information. Thanks for sharing

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Re: Simple Tips To Prevent Heart Attack

Unread post by sophiecondamine » Tue Aug 02, 2016 8:04 am

Nice info about boiled egg, it is a complete diet in itself. its a very benefited diet, especially for kids because they growing up. i take it daily in my breakfast.

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Re: Simple Tips To Prevent Heart Attack

Unread post by carmelinawhite » Wed Aug 15, 2018 10:54 am

Thanks for the tips! This disease attacks not only old people, but also those who are young and active!

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