Unhealthy lifestyle of Americans has made them prone to having cardiac arrest so much that every year one million denizens are suffering from heart attacks. A healthy heart lifestyle can be conducive to minimize these risks up to a huge extent.
Smoking: Quitting smoking is a tough task. Many people try religiously to get rid of their nicotine addiction. You should encourage family members and friends to quit smoking.
Nutrient rich diets: A balanced nutrient rich diet can help to fight high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and overweight. The intake of calories should be checked. A diet with high minerals vitamins and fibers such as fish, low-fat dairy products, and tropical vegetable oils is healthy for the metabolism of the body. Try avoiding intakes such as sweets and red meat.
Physical fitness: to be physically active every day is very important. Try keeping your blood pressure and cholesterol at a healthy level by doing physical exercises. If you cannot follow rigorous fitness regimes, be habitual of walking and running every day.
Manage stress: Stress can push an individual to overeat or start smoking or developing drinking habits, all these are contributing factors to increasing cardiac arrests risks.
A little cautiousness and discipline can make a difference in life and death.