Your heart bears the burden of everything you do. That’s why it’s best to do everything possible to keep it going. Even though we’re approaching Valentine’s Day and not New Years, you’re still allowed to make a resolution to take better care of your heart.
Drop Bad Habits
Smoking causes 30% of all heart-related incidents. Your chances of developing heart disease start dropping the day after you quit. That possibility gets cut in half after one year and keeps going down the longer you stay cigarette-free.
It’s important to moderate your alcohol intake. Drinking too much increases your risk of weight gain and chances of developing high blood pressure and irregular heart rhythms. The toll on your body increases once you hit 30.
Pick Up Good Ones
Expand your diet to include heart-...Read More