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Easy Methods for Avoiding Heart Disease

[19 Jul 2011 | One Comment | | Author: ]
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To prevent or avoid heart disease you need to avoid tobacco products, become more active and choose to eat good nutrition. These three things will help you to avoid heart disease. Most people have a difficult time committing to doing these three things because it involves making lifestyle changes.

Smoking is a difficult habit to break, and if you are used to sitting all day at work or at school is it difficult to do what needs to be done to be physically active. Motivation is what is lacking when it comes to exercise. Unfortunately all to often it is bad health that motivates in the end to make lifestyle changes.

We lead a fast-paced life where grabbing a quick bite to eat at a fast-food restaurant is more often what today’s families see as the reality to the family meal instead of a sit-down around the table family meal that past generations were brought up doing. These meals on the go are usually not nutritious. Breaking this eating habit and developing healthy eating habits is difficult to do.

When a person experiences the first signs of heart disease is when they become motivated to make these lifestyle changes. Those wishing to prevent heart disease need to avoid tobacco smoke including not smoking or exposing yourself to second-hand smoke, reducing stress levels, monitor and control high blood pressure or blood cholesterol, becoming physically active everyday, and taking steps to obtain a normal body weight for your height. It is also beneficial to drink alcohol in moderation, and manage any diseases such as diabetes mellitus.

Sometimes the best motivation is to visit a hospital ward where individuals are dying of heart disease to witness first-hand what happens when you do not do anything to reduce your controllable risks for heart disease.

Look around at your loved ones, your home-life, your career and ask yourself if you are willing to give all these things up for the privilege of smoking one more cigarette?

Discuss your risk factors with a doctor so that you can find ways to control those things you can and learn to accept the risk factors such as age and family history that are out of your control.

Your doctor can suggest meal and snack plans that will put you on the path to eating heart-healthy foods. Your doctor can also suggest appropriate exercise programs that will fit your desires, lifestyle and budget.

Exercising doesn’t have to involve expensive equipment or time at a gym. You can exercise in the comfort of your home by taking walks, swimming in a local pool or your own backyard pool, or by playing catch with your child or a neighborhood child. You can choose to take the stairs instead of the elevator, and to park the farthest parking spot away from the front entrance.

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