It’s that season again, and we try to have a change for good in our lives.
What could be a better new year resolution than to try and avoid a heart attack? Here are six tips that will help.
1. Let go of stress. Try to set aside some time for yourself every single day. At long last, tune in to your body for when it says “enough.” When it says “enough”, better go and get some rest.
2. Quit smoking. Quit smoking. Quit smoking.
3. Eat more beneficial food. Drink low-fat milk. Take baby carrots or cherry tomatoes to work for lunch. Have fish for supper twice every week. Have one green vegetable with each night dinner. Getting in shape if overweight is self-evident. Track your weight on paper every morning to outline your advance.
4. Control blood pressure if it is high. Watch your salt admission. Take your blood pressure pills frequently. Screen on paper your morning blood pressure and audit them with your specialist at follow-up visits.
5. Lower raised cholesterol. Know your LDL (“bad” cholesterol) and HDL (“good” cholesterol) levels. Follow a reasonable low cholesterol count calories. Take your medications if recommended.
6. Exercise routinely. Indeed, even small measures of day by day exercise can provide significant heart benefits. Attempt a movement that can fit into your day by day schedule. It doesn’t need to be a gym. Walking 2 or 3 miles per day every morning would do fine and dandy.
So with this, have a healthy heart and enjoy your new year!