1 in 2 Americans Have Heart Disease

January 30, 2019

…And many who don’t probably have multiple risk factors. Genetics, diet, exercise, the make-up of your probiotic colony—and possible viruses that may make taking control of your health very difficult. With heart disease a rampant problem, every little thing you can do for yourself helps, even things as simple as taking a daily heart supporting supplement like Cardio CVS Complete.

Take small steps to support your heart, and it will add up. You probably already know what you’re supposed to be doing, but you don’t have to go all-in when you start.

Exercising more can start as simply as sitting less. Taking hourly breaks to move around helps stop blood from pooling and forming dangerous clots, helps circulate lymph fluid, and stretching and moving any is better than none for your muscles, heart, and more.

Eating better is easiest when you start with more— more vegetables. Start each meal with a variety of colorful vegetables to get a variety of nutrients, fiber, and to fill up a little eating starch/sugars and fat.

Make time to care for yourself—that’s the hard part. Sleeping as much as you need to allows your body to reset and your immune system to do its thing (sleeping too much isn’t inherently bad, just a sign that maybe there’s something else going on). Find healthy ways to relieve stress, since stress hormones are bad for your heart. And speaking of hormones, if you suspect a problem, get them checked. Besides all the normal risk factors, all the chemicals in hair, skin, and processed foods mess with hormones and may trigger problems.

Change can be as simple as starting with a heart healthy multivitamin.

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