Heart Health Vitamins

Taking good care of your heart is one of the most important things you can do.read moreSee less

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Maintaining a healthy lifestyle with diet and exercise, avoiding tobacco and limiting your alcohol intake are all highly effective ways of keeping your heart healthy.

 

However, there are some supplements you may want to try to top up your protection, particularly omega-3.

 

Omega-3 may prevent irregular heartbeat, reduce fat in the blood and arteries, increase HDL (good cholesterol) and decrease blood clotting.

One of the best and quickest ways to improve your heart health is to quit smoking - you can half your risk of developing heart disease after just one year of quitting.

 

Fitting in 150 minutes of exercise per week is great for your heart health.

 

It limits your risk of developing heart disease further down the line - plus, it’s a mood and stress buster, too.

 

Managing your weight is important; you can do this by eating the right foods and being active.

Choosing the right heart-healthy foods can help you avoid any health conditions further down the line.

 

Leafy green vegetables are high in vitamin K which helps to reduce blood pressure, and some studies even suggest that they can lower your risk of developing heart disease.

 

Whole grains, avocados, fatty fish, walnuts, almonds, beans, tomatoes and garlic are all useful at lowering your cholesterol levels, which in turn decreases your risk of heart disease.

If your circulation is poor, it will slow down the blood flow throughout your body, meaning that the cells and organs can’t get the oxygen they need to function as they should.

 

If you smoke, quit - nicotine is very harmful to your artery walls and thickens the blood so that it can’t reach your body’s key functions.

 

Cardiovascular exercise can boost the flow of circulation throughout your body, too.

 

If you’re sitting at a desk all day, take regular breaks to walk around and try wearing compression socks or elevating your legs from time to time, which helps to encourage the blood vessels to pump blood up to your heart.