Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Love your heart

Heart disease is the number one killer of both men and women.There are many things one can do every day to keep your heart healthy. Nourish the emotional heart as well as the physical heart. The heart is not just a pump it's the fountainhead of all emotions, whether it's joy and exhilaration or sadness and frustration. Mental and emotional stress can disrupt the emotional heart. Your heart needs just a few #ChhoteKadam to stay up to 50% Healthier.
So what are these #ChhoteKadam that you need to take?
- Be Active. Being Active is very therapeutic
If you are active your heart is healthy, it will be able to work for a very long time. It is up to you to keep your heart healthy. Exercise every day. You need to exercise your heart by making it work harder for at least 30 minutes a day. Meditation and Yoga technique twice daily helps in lowering blood pressure, reversing arterial blockage and enhancing resistance to all types of stress.Worry Free and Blissful Joy nourish the mind and emotions. Inner strength and the cultivation of positive attitudes and emotions increase heart health.
Walking is an excellent exercise for everyone and excellent therapy as well. The early morning is ideal for taking a 30-minute walk. It will not only help your heart; it will prepare you for the day by charging up your circulation and your metabolism.
-Eating Better
Eat a healthy diet. Too much fatty food will block up the arteries with fat and your heart will have to work harder and harder just to do its regular job of pumping blood round your body. Eat the foods your body needs and not what your heart likes.
Drink lots of water every day rather than fizzy drinks. Make good choices as you grow older. Your heart will love you for it.
Eat a heart-friendly diet. Eat more servings of fresh fruits and vegetables; start your day with stewed apples or pears; include soaked blanched almonds in your diet; dress your veggies with fresh lime juice; and eat heart-friendly spices such as fresh-ground black pepper and the antioxidant power-spice turmeric. Choose fresh foods over processed foods or leftovers; light foods over rich, deep-fried ones; and warm, cooked foods over cold, heavy foods.
Eat moderately. Don't skip meals, because eating three meals at regular times each day helps digest the food. Don't tax your digestion by eating late at night or eating a heavy meal at dinner.

Being Happy
Spend time every day on those activities that give you this contentment and happiness.
 Listen to soothing or uplifting music, enjoy serene natural beauty. Maintain a positive attitude and walk away from situations that distress or anger you.
Practice good bedtime habits — favor restful, calming activities as bedtime draws near to help disconnect the mind from the senses. Keep your bedroom clear of distractions — television, computers, other work-related material. Stay away from stimulants in the evening. Go to bed by 10 p.m. — early to bed and early to rise still works to keep you healthy and energetic through the day. 

 “I am joining the Saffolalife #ChhoteKadam initiative in association withBlogAdda and follow these small steps for a healthy heart.”

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