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Saturday, April 23, 2016

9 Easy Ways to Have a Healthy Heart

National Socioeconomic Survey (Susenas 2004) shows the three main risk factors are interrelated as the cause of non-communicable diseases such as heart disease and stroke are smoking, lack of physical activity and eating unbalanced continue to rise. Ironically, many women can be more worried about the dangers of heart disease husband or partner than himself. In fact, maintaining heart health is very easy to do. No matter how small lifestyle changes can improve your quality of life and reduce the risk of heart attack by 50 percent.

Here are the things you can do:

Sunlight contains vitamin D which can minimize the formation of plaque in blood vessels. Research at the University of California showed that women with higher levels of vitamin D have an increased risk of heart disease 31 percent lower. Soak up the sun in the morning before 10:00 for 20-30 minutes.

consumption of chocolate
Foods that are often avoided because they can lead to obesity. But make no mistake, the benefits are also many. You just need to be observant choose. Dark chocolate contains flavonoids and magnesium that can lower bad cholesterol levels. In addition, there is also a stearic acid content is one of the fats that are friendly to the heart and antioxidants that can prevent free radical damage the walls of arteries. Make sure you consume chocolate containing 70 percent cocoa to get the benefits.

The heart is a muscle that needs to be exercised regularly to remain in top condition.
Aerobic exercise, such as brisk walking, swimming, jogging or cycling can give your heart the best workout. Research New England Journal of Medicine said that by doing street light for 2.5 hours a week, you can cut a third of the risk of heart attack and stroke. These activities can also increase levels of good cholesterol in the blood. Consult with your doctor before starting an exercise program. You can also follow the system of traditional Chinese medicine. According to this treatment, cardio exercise is not the only way to improve heart health. Slow motion can also cause the same effect. When your body forms a position and feel relaxed, you stimulate connective tissue through which the energy so that the organs can function optimally.

Seafood consumption
The food comes from the sea can 'lubricate' your heart because they contain omega-3 fatty acids may reduce the risk of cardiac arrhythmias, bad cholesterol levels, high blood pressure and blood clotting.

Quit smoking
Cigarettes contain more than 600 chemicals that can damage cells in the arteries. It can trigger inflammation that can lead to increased cholesterol in heart. The good news, a year after you quit smoking, your risk of heart disease decreases by 50 percent.

With a laugh, you reduce stress hormones that are known to damage the protective layer of blood vessels. When you're under stress, the heart receives a larger dose of adrenaline. This can cause abnormal heart rhythms and increases the stickiness of platelets in the end lead to the narrowness of the artery. Hormones released during a person's depression can also affect heart health. Therefore, people with depression should receive treatment as soon as possible.

Do not forget the teeth
According to a study by Sydney Dental Hospital in 2006, bacteria
can enter the blood vessels of the gums are not healthy. This can cause inflammation that damages the lining of arteries. Brush your teeth at least twice a day and visit your dentist regularly.

enough sleep
People who sleep less than five hours a night tend to mineral buildup of calcium in the coronary arteries that could someday break and cause heart attacks and strokes. Results of the study The Journal of the American Medical Association in 495 adults showed that the number of people suffering from arterial calcification can be lowered one of 10 people by adding
hours of extra sleep. Ideal sleep time is 6-7 hours a day.

Do not buried heartache
A joint study from San Diego State University and University of Pittsburgh proved that married life is very satisfying to reduce factors of heart disease. Research conducted on 493 women aged between 42-50 years is observed when gathered together, communication, sexual life, hobbies, and other characters. It is also mentioned in the book Heartbreak & Heart Disease written by dr. Stephen T. Sinatra. In the book said to the distress caused by emotional detained ranging from a broken heart, too sad, until with hostility and anger, can lead to blockage of the aortic heart you which effects are similar to cholesterol oxidation, metal poisoning, insulin, radiation and blood coagulate and sticky.


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