Heart Health tips || Guide for heart health tips 

heart health tips


Heart Health tips

  • Heart your is the hardest your body of working part.
  • The UW medicine regional heart center has tips for giving your heart the TLC it deserves.
  • Speak with your healthcare provider if you’re having trouble quitting.

Eat a healthy diet.

  • Stay away from   foods high in salt, sugar, cholesterol, saturated and trans fats.
  • Eat fruits , vegetables, whole grains, low-fat dairy, fish, poultry  and nuts.

Exercise

  •  Exercise that get your heart pumping make it more efficient.
  • Talk with your healthcare provider if your want to start a new exercise routine.

Watch your blood pressure

  • High blood pressure can damage the heart and blood vessels of the body.
  • If you are concerned about yourself with blood pressure, talk to your healthcare provider.

Watch you r weight

  • Heart and even modest weight loss may provide further vascular benefits
  • Talk to your healthcare provider about setting up a diet and exercise plan that you will be able to stick to over the long term.

Monitor your cholesterol

  • Everyone who is 20 years of age or older should get their cholesterol checked once every five years.

Reduce stress

  • Exercise spend time with friends make time for yourself every day—do whatever helps your feel relaxed.

 Stop Smoking

  • The tobacco in chemical damage your blood cells smoke. The structure of blood vessels damages the function of your heart. Smokers are at risk of having an early heart attack. Hearth care talk to smoking your about quitting.They will help you quit smoking successfully.