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Heart Attack Prevention

Making lifestyle changes is the most effective way to heart attack prevention. There are 3 main steps you can take to help prevent a heart attack (as well as stroke): eat a healthy, balanced diet, do not smoke.

Lifestyle Changes
  • Stop smoking. If you smoke, quit.
  • Choose good nutrition. A healthy diet is one of the best weapons you have to fight cardiovascular disease.
  • Normalize your lipid profile.
  • Lower high blood pressure.
  • Be physically active every day.
  • Aim for a healthy weight.
  • Manage diabetes.
  • Reduce stress.

So, NICE recommend 150 minutes of moderate intensity aerobic activity per week, or 75 minutes of vigorous aerobic activity. They also advise muscle strengthening activities on two or more days per week. Heart attack prevention program should include reducing saturated fat intake, increasing monounsaturated fatty acids and five portions of fruit and vegetables per day. It’s also suggested a high fibre diet and two portions of fish per week.

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