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According to the cardiothoracic surgeon Marc Gillinov from the Cleveland Clinic, Ohio, you should do these 5 things every day to help your heart work better.
See now the habits that you need to add to your lifestyle to improve your heart health:
0:00 How to Improve Heart Health Naturally
0:28 Eat healthy fats, NOT trans-fats.
Saturated, polyunsaturated, and unsaturated fats are necessary for our diet. The only fat we don’t need is trans-fat, which increases the risk of heart diseases and strokes throughout life.
1:16 Floss daily
Oral health is a good indicator of your general health, including your heart, since people with periodontal disease (in the gums) usually have risk factors for heart disease.
1:52 Sleep enough
Sleep is essential to keep your heart healthy. If you don’t get enough sleep, you may be at higher risk of developing cardiovascular diseases, regardless of your age and health habits.
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2:39 Don’t sit for too long
In the last few years, research suggested that sitting for long periods is bad for your health, no matter how much you exercise. Did you know that? This is bad news for anyone who has a sedentary job.
3:28 Avoid passive smoking
Studies show that the risk of developing heart diseases is 25 to 30% higher in people exposed to secondhand smoke, either at home or at work.
Follow these 5 tips, and you will be doing a favor to your heart. You will feel much better and healthier!
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