3 Ways to Avoid the Risk of Heart Attack

Bad lifestyle, Alcohol consumption, and not exercising may increase the risk of Heart attack.
3 Ways to Avoid the Risk of Heart Attack

Heart attack has become common disease due to bad lifestyle and unbalanced diet. Heart attack does not necessarily mean that the pain can happen on the left side of the chest, but heart attack pain can also be happen in the middle of the chest and it feels like something is being squeezed inside the chest. Also sweats badly. People who have diabetes have heart attack symptoms like gas and they die while sleeping.

Causes of Heart Attack

Unbalanced eating, irregular lifestyle, non-exercise, fast food-junk food and alcohol, consumption of tobacco products, overeating, stress, eating too much salt, sugar, BP or obesity, high calorie intake,  increased cholesterol, Hemoglobin deficiency or Anemia are the main causes of heart attack.

Symptoms of Heart Attack

Shortness of breath, pain in the middle or left side of the chest for more than 15 minutes, excessive sweating are some symptoms of Heart attack.

Say No to Junk Food

By reducing the amount of junk food from your diet, you can reduce the risk of heart attack by 53%. 100 grams of noodles contain 138 calories, which is responsible for increasing fat and heart attack. Moreover, one pizza piece of 28 grams each contains 18.5 grams of fat. This constitutes 28 percent of the daily fat. A slice of pizza contains 151 calories. The cheese and flour present in it increase the unsaturated fat. This lowers the metabolic rate and increases the risk of cardiovascular diseases.

Avoid Caffeine and Energy Drinks

You need to be careful even if you consume too much tea, coffee as it increases blood pressure in the body which increases the chances of heart attack.

Remove Trans fat from Diet

Trans fat means fried and roasted things. Of course, the combination of dumplings with evening tea seems to be tremendous but if you want to keep the heart healthy then make samosas, dumplings and chips say bye-bye.

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