10. Celebrate every step:
Making changes like these takes time and effort. Think progress, not perfection. And reward yourself for every positive step you take. Ask your friends and family to support you and join in, too. Your heart’s future will be better for it!
Cardiovascular problems can be avoided or partially dealt with by having a healthy lifestyle. A nutritious diet and daily physical activity ensure that the risk of you getting heart problems is reduced. Clean diet controls your cholesterol levels, which makes your blood vessels suited for proper blood circulation. Exercise makes your heart stronger and better at pumping the blood.
Unfortunately, if you are used to an unhealthy lifestyle, your heart might already experience problems and work not as intended, which can later result in a heart attack or other problems. If you are experiencing at least one sign of this list, it might indicate that it is time for you to have an appointment with your doctor, to check up on your heart health.