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Easy Ways to Avoid a Heart Attack

Men are at higher risk of than women. Most heart attacks are caused by the way we live, and can often be avoided with lifestyle changes. Here are some easy ways to avoid a .

Healthy Diet
Eat a diet low in saturated fat and transfat, but high in fresh vegetables and fruit. For snacks, eat fruits or vegetable strips.

Get Sufficient Vitamins
Include goji berry and acai berry juices in your diet. They are high in vitamins, minerals and antioxidants. Both provide the nutrition your heart needs, and they are .

Your Weight
If you are overweight or obese, your risk of heart attack is much higher. Work hard to get your weight into the normal range.

Smoking
If you smoke, the possibility of a heart attack is imminent. Consider yourself and your family, and stop smoking.

Exercise
Talk with your doctor about what type of exercise is safe for you. Exercise the amount of time your doctor recommends five or six times a week.

Stress
Stress is a contributing factor to heart attacks. Eliminate stress from your life as much as you can, and learn relaxation techniques so the stress is less likely to affect your heart.

You can lower your risk of heart attack by eliminating potential risks. Heart attacks are debilitating and deadly. Follow these easy ways to avoid a heart attack and get your heart in shape.

The information supplied in this article is not to be considered as medical advice and is for educational purposes only.

2 Responses to “Easy Ways to Avoid a Heart Attack”

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    Charlotte Says:
    I have a question about the first point in the article. It says that men are more prone to heart attacks than women, but why is that? Surely, women experience equally stressful situations in their daily lives and generally have the same amount of bad habits, don't they?
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    Charlotte Says:
    I have a question about the first point in the article. It says that men are more prone to heart attacks than women, but why is that? Surely, women experience equally stressful situations in their daily lives and generally have the same amount of bad habits, don't they?