Heart disease is one of the most common causes of death in adult men and women. Paying attention to your heart health is of utmost importance! Nearly half of all adults after a certain age are living with some form of cardiovascular disease. It’s imperative for you to understand what causes cardiac risk and how to minimize that risk.
7 Steps to Better Heart Health
Educate Yourself. Education is the most powerful weapon against heart disease – or against any disease. Stoll, if heart disease runs in your family, or if you suffer from other chronic conditions that put you at a greater risk for heart disease, like diabetes or obesity, be sure to educate yourself on the proper way to treat these conditions.
Keep Your Diet Clean. We’ve said it before, and we’ll say it again. A healthy diet can reverse disease, and one that is alkaline and packed with fruits, vegetables, and with no animal products, such as the one endorsed by Dr. Sebi, is especially effective in reducing and eliminating your risk for heart disease. Stick to the Nutritional Guide, and follow Dr. Sebi’s Cell Food on YouTube and Social Media to find out more tips and recipes for healthy, fulfilling, and heart-healthy meals.
Move! Exercising can reduce your risk of stroke and heart disease significantly. As little as 15 – 30 minutes of light exercise, three times a week, has been shown to be effective in improving your cardiovascular health.
Manage Your Stress. With today’s hectic lifestyles, it might seem impossible to avoid stress. However, when preventing and caring for heart disease, managing stress and anxiety is of utmost importance. Taking 15 minutes a day to meditate, stretch, talk to a friend, or take a relaxing walk can be enough to reduce your stress levels. Having a cup of Dr. Sebi’s Nerve/Stress Relief Herbal Tea can also help.
Quit Smoking and Drinking. The negative effects that smoking and drinking have on practically every aspect of health is well documented. They are especially risky habits for developing high blood pressure and heart disease, as alcohol can adversely affect some heart medications and smoking increases stroke risk. Dr. Sebi’s Cell Food Viento can help you control cravings, while simultaneously cleansing, energizing, and revitalizing your entire body.
Be Mindful of Your Mind. Patients with heart disease and stroke survivors are at a higher risk of developing depression. Having a support system, comprised of friends and family you can talk to, and even online communities can be of tremendous help when you start feeling frustrated or depressed. Never bottle your feelings inside – always reach out for help.
Be Proactive. Treating yourself should always be a priority, but even more so when it comes to managing your heart health. Plan out your nutrient rich meals, check your blood pressure daily, and of course, be proactive about treating any symptoms that seem out of the ordinary.