Heart Disease Kill Fast: Reduce Your Intake Of These 3 Things If You Want To Live Long


Do you want to live healthy and Long? If Yes then this article is directly to you. The heart is one of the most delicate organ in body.Heart disease refers to any condition affecting the heart. There are many types, some of which are preventable. Unlike cardiovascular disease, which includes problems with the entire circulatory system, heart disease affects only the heart.

Here Are Early Symptoms Of Heart Disease:

1# Chest pain, chest tightness, chest pressure and chest discomfort (angina)

2# Shortness of breath.

3# Pain, numbness, weakness or coldness in your legs or arms if the blood vessels in those parts of your body are narrowed.

4# Pain in the neck, jaw, throat, upper abdomen or back.

5 Fatigue and weakness.

6# Swelling (edema) in your legs, ankles and feet.

7# Rapid or irregular heartbeat.

8# Reduced ability to exercise.

9# Persistent cough or wheezing with white or pink blood-tinged phlegm.

Haven Known That, Bellow Are What To Reduce In Your Body.


Sugar is sweet but when is Excessively taking it can harm the heart. Excessive consumption of Sugar can affect your heart by Increasing the likelihood of developing type 2 diabetes, which in turn increases the risk of heart disease and stroke. Spiking blood sugar levels (and so insulin levels), which increases your risk of obesity andheart disease.

See how too much sugar Intake affect the body.

When you eat excess sugar, the extra insulin in your bloodstream can affect your arteries all over your body. It causes their walls to get inflamed, grow thicker than normal and more stiff, this stresses your heart and damages it over time. This can lead to heartdisease, like heart failure, heart attacks, and strokes.


Red and processed meats do increase health risks. In spite of what the Annals of Internal Medicine study suggests, some researchers says that an accumulated body of evidence shows a clear link between high intake of red and processed meats and a higher risk for heart disease, cancer, diabetes, and premature death.


The cardiovascular system is affected by alcohol. At the time of drinking, alcohol can cause a temporary increase in heart rate and blood pressure. In the long-term, drinking above the guidelines can lead to on-going increased heartrate, high blood pressure, weakened heart muscle and irregular heartbeat.

Drinking a small amount of alcohol (onedrink a day) is likely not harmful for yourheart. But the idea that drinking alcoholmight be good for your overall health isn't fully backed by science. Over the years some studies have associated drinkingsmall amounts of alcohol with lowered risk of heart disease.

Please do your self a favour by reducing your Intake of these things to live Long and healthy. You can also share this article to the large society thanks.

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