A Healthy Heart? A Reason To Smile

A stroke can be fatal or may cripple a person for the rest of his or her life if precautionary actions are not taken on time. The heart is one of the most vital organs in the human body. What you eat or how well you take care of it can predetermine the strength of your heart. Adopting a natural remedial approach can work wonders on your heart. In plan lay man’s words, the heart is made of cardiac muscles and it functions in two ways-first by pumping blood into the lungs in order to retrieve oxygen and second, by circulating the oxygenated blood into all the parts of the body. The oxygenated blood further nourishes the body cells and supports their functions. So, when does the problem starts?

When the flow of the blood in the blood stream gets obstructed the functions of the heart are disturbed. The blockages in the blood stream may be progressive with age until they rupture causing a stroke or a heart attack. The root cause of heart disease may differ from person to person; it may be triggered by lack of physical activity, poor eating habits, genetic heredity, stress and anxiety and high blood pressure. The risk factor involving heart disease manifolds for people suffering from diabetes, blood pressure patients and those with a history of high cholesterol. To topple the list of the high risk-groups are the smokers who face nearly 50% chance of developing the disease.

The symptoms of heart disease may have resemblances to other diseases however, some of the most common ones are-shortness of breath and feeling of discomfort in the chest while performing activities such as climbing stairs, walking etc. Numbness and pain in the left arm, sense of heaviness and complaints of acidity or gastro problems are few of the symptoms associated with heart ailments. You can safeguard your heart against illnesses by following simple routines in your day to day life. Include light cardio-vascular exercises in your daily routine, practice 30 minutes of brisk walking and see the difference in your life. High Sodium and cholesterol intake may prove detrimental in the overall well being of your heart so keep these food items under check.

‘Go green’ in your platter-eat lots of green vegetables and fruits as they are rich natural vitamin supplements. Excessive calories are the biggest barrier to a healthy heart, ensuring the ideal intake of 1200 calories per day for women and 1800 calories per day for men is the right path to a ‘good heart’.

Ayurvedic herbal health supplements, ArterCare has proven to help maintain a healthy heart and the vascular functions naturally. It helps to regulate lipid metabolism by increasing the good cholesterol HDL-cholesterol and reducing the bad LDL-cholesterol. Natural and healthy dietary supplements keep your heart in the right hands. Just as the adage goes-Laughing is the best medicine-control body stress and anxiety for a longer life.

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