10. Eating red meat
Red meat should be considered occasional treats, rather than the foundation of your daily meals. Red meat is high in saturated fat, which is bad for the heart. Try to eat a variety of healthy foods each day and avoid eating too much red meat.
11. Not getting checked for health risks
Some people procrastinate medical consultations because they do not feel any physical symptoms. Always have regular check ups, especially if you have a family history of heart disease. Getting your cholesterol levels, blood pressure and blood sugar levels checked will help you promote heart health and prevent certain diseases.
12. Smoking cigarettes or living with someone who smokes
Smoking cigarettes or inhaling second-hand smoke may increase the risk of developing cardiovascular disease. Smoking damages the lining of the arteries, leading to the build-up of a fatty material that narrows the passageway of blood. This may cause various health conditions such as angina, heart attack and even stroke.
13. Stopping or not taking medicines prescribed by the physician
Taking the prescribed medicines for hypertension or diabetes is helpful in preventing heart disease. Yes, taking pills can be painful, especially if you are not into taking them each day. However, they’re called maintenance drugs for a reason. They need to be taken every day – with or without your symptoms. Stopping or not taking these medicines may worsen your condition and may lead to heart problems.
14. Skipping fruits and vegetables
The most heart-healthy diet is a plant-based diet. Eating ample amounts of fruits and vegetables are good for the heart. Studies have shown that eating more than five servings of fruits and vegetables per day may reduce the risk of heart disease and stroke by as much as 20 percent.
15. Ignoring the physical symptoms
If you suddenly feel some symptoms that weren’t there before, you should call your doctor immediately. For instance, you’re exercising or running and you suddenly become short of breath or you feel chest pressure, you might be suffering from a heart attack, which needs urgent care.
16. Being a salty snacker
Increased intake of salty foods like chips and processed food products may raise your risk of heart disease. Increased salt intake has been linked to hypertension, a condition that may take a toll on your heart.
17. Consuming empty calories
Consuming empty calories like foods high in sugar and fats may affect your heart. Aside from affecting the heart, empty calories have been linked to obesity and diabetes, which are both risk factors for heart problems.
Do you have these bad habits? It’s time to take a look at your health and schedule a doctor’s appointment right away. There’s no harm in making sure your heart is in good shape.
Terrifying Game of Thrones Theory Reveals The Night King Might Be Someone We Already Know
If this theory is true, a chilling scene may happen soon.
With Game of Thrones being the biggest show on Earth right now, it’s not surprising that your social media feeds is filled with all things GOT-related. With such a massive storyline and set of characters, fans have taken to the internet to talk about the show bit-by-bit. Right now, the hottest debate is about the identity of the most-feared Night King.
In the books, it was told that the Night King is a former Lord Commander of the Nights Watch. In the series, his identity has yet to be established. This is why when THIS theory about who he is started circulating online, a lot of fans are actually taking notice.
We may already know who he is.
Having Handsome Husbands Could Lead To Women’s Unhealthy Eating Habits, Study Finds
Apparently, being married to a hot guy is not always that good.
For many women, having a physically attractive husband is an achievement. Sure, the success of a marriage doesn’t rely on the couple’s attractiveness as good character and values are more essential. Yet in this appearance-driven world, women place much importance in beauty. They normally care not only about their physical appearance but also their romantic partner’s.
However, a recent study has discovered that being married to a handsome man could have negative effects on a woman. The new research from Florida State University found that women whose husbands were deemed more attractive were prone to develop unhealthy eating habits. They were found to have a higher motivation to diet and seek a thin body compared to women who were evaluated as more attractive than their husbands.
Man Stages Epic Underwater Proposal For Princess Ariel-Loving Girlfriend
An underwater wedding proposal is taking over the internet as a man dressed his already-fiancee in a fancy mermaid suit in his second chance to pop up the big question.
Some men can be very creative when doing their proposals, as we've seen a lot of amazing ones lately. These guys really worked hard at winning the attention of their significant other with the unique ideas setup they come up with. Just recently, another engagement proposal took over the internet as the fancy theme easily appealed to ladies who love the magical world of Disney princesses.
Eric Martinez has already proposed to his girlfriend and got a “yes” for an answer, but he decided to pop up the question again, this time in a more memorable scene. Eric staged an underwater proposal as he is fully aware that his already-fiancée, Cammy Rynae Cuoco, is pretty much in love with mermaids.
Eric found a way to please his girlfriend in their engagement shoot as he came up with an underwater theme.
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