How To Live A Better And Longer Life
How do you live a better and longer life?…
If you’ve or never had a heart attack or a stroke, some main factors can help you reduce the risk, those are part of an adult’s overall balanced lifestyle and they will also assist you in developing a strong preventive strategy with your medical team.
Here are my top recommendations, if you find them useful remember to share this with the people who matter to you and the world because together we can prevent or at least reduce these things to happen!
1. Healthy Diet
Vegetables, fruits, whole grains, legumes, nuts, plant-based proteins, lean animal proteins, and fish can all be part of your diet. Limit your intake of refined carbohydrates, processed foods, and sugary beverages.
Reduce salt, added sugars, and saturated fats while avoiding trans fats by reading the nutrition facts label on packaged foods.
2. Physical Activity
Moving more is one of the most effective ways to remain fit, avoid illness, and age gracefully.
Per week, adults can engage in at least 150 minutes of moderate-intensity aerobic exercise or 75 minutes of vigorous activity. If you’re already busy, you can up the ante to reap even more rewards.
If you’re not already busy, begin by sitting less and moving more.
3. Control Your Weight
Maintain a good weight for yourself. If you’re overweight or obese, you should focus on losing weight.
Begin by consuming fewer calories and increasing your physical activity, if you need assistance, speak to your doctor about a weight-loss plan.
4. Say No to Smoking
Don’t start smoking, vaping, or using tobacco products if you don’t already.
There is no such thing as a tobacco product that is healthy, if stopping smoking or tobacco is a struggle for you enlist the aid of your coworkers to help you stop using tried-and-true methods.
Don’t simply move from one tobacco source to another. Even, try to stay away from secondhand smoke!
5. Manage Different Conditions
It’s important to work with your health care team to make lifestyle improvements if you have high blood pressure (hypertension), high cholesterol, high blood sugar, diabetes, or other disorders that put you at risk.
Many diseases can be avoided or treated by improving one’s diet, becoming more involved, losing weight, and quitting smoking.
6. Take Medicine Regularly
Your doctor can prescribe statins or other medicines to help regulate cholesterol, blood sugar, and blood pressure if you have a medical condition.
Take all prescriptions exactly as prescribed. However, just take aspirin as a preventive measure if your doctor recommends it.
A daily aspirin can not benefit you at all if you’ve never had a heart attack or a stroke and it may cause complications such as bleeding.
If you’ve had a heart attack or stroke your doctor can recommend that you take an aspirin at a low dose to lower your chances of having another.
Live Well Today For A Healthier Tomorrow
What’s the bottom line?…
Many heart and brain conditions may be postponed or reversed by leading a safe lifestyle today. This includes staying healthy and fit, eating well, not smoking, and controlling conditions that place you at risk.
Take responsibility for your wellbeing, join Healthy for Good for tips, tools, and motivation on how to make improvements and build healthy behaviours that will last a lifetime!
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