Consider this your much-needed primer on this devastating disease
Talk about overworked and unappreciated. His heart fuel your body through your treadmill sprints blisters, flutters at the sight of a shirtless Chris Hemsworth and steps through a crazy work days-while providing your brain, limbs and bodies in blood oxygen and rich in nutrients. However, 40 percent of women rarely give a second thought his heart, according to a survey conducted by Women’s Health, the American Heart Association (AHA), and Weekend Today.
That’s scary, considering one in four women will die of the disease often silent can start as early as their teens heart disease. (Framed another way, the lifetime risk of heart disease is almost triple their lifetime risk of breast cancer.)
So, yes, it’s time to give this power pulsing a little love. The new AHA guidelines published in November urging people to fill products and whole grains, break a sweat for at least 40 minutes a few times a week, and keep cholesterol under control. Research reveals the following stories (listed below) will help you to go further, so the heart of your heart.
It turns out that a few adjustments in lifestyle can lead to a healthier ticker and, by extension, clearer skin, a sharper brain, higher energy levels, and improved fertility, says cardiologist and WH advisor Sharonne N. Hayes, MD, of the Mayo Clinic.