Don't smokeSmoking is one of the biggest risk factors for developing heart disease. The chemicals in cigarettes damage your heart and blood vessels, which leads to a narrowing of the arteries, which can eventually lead to a heart attack. Visit www.healthtravelguides.com/MoreProcedures/Cardiology.
Get enough exerciseExperts recommend everyone get between 30-60 minutes of moderately exercise daily. If that seems un-doable, don’t give up hope. Even brief 10 minute intervals help keep your heart pumping. Call and talk to a medical case manager today, 866-978-2573.
Eat WellEating a diet full of fruits, vegetables, whole grains, beans, fish and low-fat dairy products, while limiting fat, is proven to help protect your heart. Want to learn more about affordable, quality healthcare abroad? Join our mailing list: https://healthtravelguides.custhelp.com/ci/documents/detail/5/19.
Know your cholesterol levelsKnow your numbers. There are two main type of cholesterol, and the good (HDL) and the band (LDL). Generally, you want your LDL low and your HDL high. If your LDL is high, find out why, and what you can do to bring it down. Chat with a medical case manager today: healthtravelguides.custhelp.com/ci/documents/detail/2/1005.
Manage your weightAs most people age, the tendency is to gain weight a few pounds every year. It may not seem like much at the time, but it can really add up over the course of a decade. Extra weight can lead to conditions that increase your chances of heart problems — high blood pressure, high cholesterol and diabetes. Visit www.healthtravelguides.com.
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