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Some habits are very bad for your heart

Bad habits can harm you

Overweight is not the only dangerous condition for your heart, find out what are the habits that can harm you.

Watching TV

 

 

Sitting in front of the TV for hours increases the risk of heart attack even if you exercise regularly. Try to reduce the time that you spend watching TV and replace it with a walk out or whatever makes you happy.

Hostility and depression

 

 

You feel stressed and depressed. That too can leave a mark on the health of your heart. It is important to release the negative emotions from yourselves and to have a person with whom you can talk to. 

Do you ignore snoring

 

 

Snoring can be a symptom of something more serious, like sleep apnea syndrome. Sleep apnea is a serious sleep disorder that occurs when a person’s breathing is interrupted during sleep. If left untreated can increase the risk of heart attack. 

You don`t use dental floss

 

 

Although the real reason is unknown, there is a strong link between gum disease and heart disease.So use dental floss to keep your gums and heart healthy. 

Alcohol abuse

 

 

A small amount of alcohol is good for your heart, but excessive alcohol consumption is associated with high blood pressure and heart attack.A maximum of two drinks per day for men and one for women. 

Smoking 

 

 

If you smoking that`s a total disaster for your heart, experts say. Smoking stimulates the formation of blood clots that can block blood flow to the heart and contributes to the creation of plaques in the arteries. One of the worst habits that you can have.

 

Avoiding fruit and vegetables

 

 

The best diet for your heart is one that is based on fruit and vegetables. 

Eating too much salt

 

 

If you eat too much salt, the excess water that is stored in your body raises. This affects your blood pressure by increasing it. It is recommended to avoid fast food and read the labels on the packaged food.

 

For more information visit:

http://www.webmd.com/

https://www.nih.gov/

http://www.everydayhealth.com/

 

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