Xarelto Lawsuit Dallas Texas
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Men’s Heart Attack Facts
Most of us don’t start thinking about heart health until we have a health scare of one sort or another. It’s wise to think about your heart health long before you start having chest pains, or, worse yet, require an angioplasty or the placement of a stent or two. Like the boy scouts always say, it’s best to be prepared. The following men’s heart health facts will help you gain much-needed perspective about this important health concern.
Heart Attack Fact #1 Heart disease is the leading cause of death for men
What is the most likely way for you to die? From a heart attack. That means you’ll want to pay attention to heart health advice starting today.
Heart Attack Fact #2 Being physically fit can reduce your risk of having a heart attack by 50%
How can you best prevent a heart attack? By getting in shape. Sure, you may have already snagged the life partner of your dreams, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t be thinking about that beer belly you’ve been ignoring.
If you choose to eat right and exercise daily, you’ll cut your risk of having a heart attack in half. Simply commit to a healthy diet and at least a half hour of moderate exercise five days a week. It’s not as hard as it sounds, and it may extend your life by years.
Heart Attack Fact #3 Men can be at high risk for heart attack as young as age 45
Think you’re too young to be worrying about a heart attack? Men who smoke, drink to excess, are overweight, have high blood pressure, are under a lot of stress or who don’t exercise are all at risk for a heart attack – even as young as age 45.
Heart Attack Prevention
If you fit any of the above descriptions, you should take your heart health very seriously. Try the following suggestions to protect your heart and extend your life:
Set up an appointment with the doctor for a comprehensive physical, including a stress test
Meet with a nutritionist to establish a heart healthy diet plan
Establish some sort of accountability and motivation support system for an exercise plan, even if that just means contracting with your wife to daily walk the dog with her
Get help kicking addictions (smoking, drinking, drug use) that may be stressing your heart
Establish a daily stress management routine (such as walking, stretching, listening to music, meditation or writing in a journal)
Protect the People You Love
Heart attacks are also the leading cause of death for women. Protect the women you love by passing on heart health information as you educate yourself on this important health issue.
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