Show some self-love this Valentine’s month by keeping your heart healthy! As one of the most important organs– in charge of pumping clean, oxygenated blood throughout our body and stabilizing our heart rate and blood pressure– the heart coordinates with other systems to ensure that our body is functional and healthy. There is no denying that if there are problems with our heart, we may suffer both short-term and long-term symptoms that can also impact other parts of our body.
Many factors can contribute to heart problems. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) cites diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and obesity as major risk factors. These health conditions can greatly affect the heart’s ability to do its major functions. For instance, when we have an unhealthy amount of cholesterol, the extra amount can build up in our arteries. This, along with high blood pressure, can make providing blood to other body organs, including the lungs and brain, much more difficult than it should be.
There are several conditions that fall under heart disease. Some of these are arrythmia (abnormal heart rhythm), coronary artery disease (CAD), atherosclerosis, and even heart attack If you have any of these, you may experience chest and back pains, dizziness, and extreme fatigue or numbness.
Dr. Sonny Viloria mentions that the people suffering from heart attacks and other heart problems have been getting younger and younger, especially considering the pandemic. It is much easier now to order processed, unhealthy food, and stress has increased because of the blurry line between work and personal life. Despite these, however, he maintains that the best way to keep your heart healthy is through a healthy lifestyle. Instead of eating junk food for an energy fix, one can try fruit snacks or yogurt to help skip on fats and sodium, while also improving your health. For exercise, one can also try light walking exercises or yoga to build up physical fitness. Also, prioritize your health and well-being over work. While it may be tempting to stay up late to finish tasks or cope by drinking, smoking, or spending too much time on Netflix or social media, remember that the rest and efforts you give for your heart and the rest of your body will pay off in the long run.
To cap off all these positive changes to your lifestyle, don’t forget to take a shot of Organique Acai Premium Blend before breakfast. It contains anthocyanins and vitamins that can help strengthen your overall heart health and immune system by helping decrease bad cholesterols and maintaining healthy blood vessels! Mr. Rudy Miranda, a patient of Dr. Viloria, also shares that taking it alongside his maintenance medication has helped improve the well-being of his heart and body ever since a health scare in 2017.
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