Why you need these 5 exercises for a healthy heart?


Like you take care of your every­thing, most impor­tant thing to take care is your heart <3. It’s nev­er late to start car­ing about your health and tak­ing care of small things which made your heart healthy, your body fit and your life a hap­py healthy life. Check out here it’s amaz­ing Health­Li­brary.

Steps need to keep <3 heart <3 healthy. You can help your heart to be healthy by sim­ple things :

  • Avoid smok­ing and using tobac­co prod­ucts.: anti-tobacco-day-graphics-14 First thing you need to quit and avoid ful­ly for healthy <3 heart is “QUIT SMOKING & TOBACCO” Using ANY tobac­co pro­duct dam­ages near­ly EVERY organ in your body and can cause heart dis­ease and can­cer. Using smoke­less tobac­co is NOT a safe alter­na­tive to smok­ing. Tobac­co con­tains chem­i­cal called “nicotine” that gives smok­ers a pleas­ant feel­ing. Peo­ple get addict­ed to that good feel­ing. In addi­tion to the nicotine, tobac­co prod­ucts have lots of oth­er poi­so­nous chem­i­cals in them. The­se tox­ic sub­stances can destroy your body over time, espe­cial­ly your heart and lungs. So, quit it NOW!!!
  • Eat a heart-healthy diet: eat-healthy-be-healthy-395795Eat­ing healthy foods is one of the most impor­tant ways to keep your heart work­ing at its best. Your food should be low in salt and added sug­ars, and lim­it­ed in the types of fat that harm your heart. Drink water instead of sug­ary drinks. Lim­it the amount of red meat you eat. Watch what you eat as what­ev­er you are eat­ing is effect­ing your body and your <3 heart.
  • Keep a healthy weight:An image of a person standing on a scale. Keep­ing your body weight in a healthy range goes a long way toward keep­ing your heart healthy. Obe­si­ty and extra weight is harm­ful to almost EVERY organ in the body. Being over­weight can lead to many dis­eases, includ­ing heart dis­ease, dia­betes, high blood pres­sure, stroke, asth­ma and even some types of can­cer. SO, main­tain your weight. Check out full about how it can real­ly effect you Health­Li­brary.
  • Keep your blood pres­sure healthy: drinks-for-high-blood-pressure-5c Blood pres­sure is impor­tant to good heart health — even for kids and teenagers. The good news is that get­ting it checked is quick and pain­less. Blood pres­sure is a mea­sure of how easy or dif­fi­cult it is for your heart to pump blood through your body. When the heart beats, the blood that’s pumped exerts pres­sure again­st the blood ves­sel walls. When your heart and blood ves­sels are healthy, the ves­sels are flex­i­ble enough to expand and con­tract.
  • Keep your total cho­les­terol healthy: pterostilbene-cholesterol-1 Cho­les­terol is a waxy sub­stance in your blood­stream and cells that your body needs to func­tion. Some cho­les­terol is impor­tant for good health, but too much can hurt your body, your brain and your heart. When too much cho­les­terol cir­cu­lates in the blood, it can slow­ly build up inside the walls of your arter­ies that feed blood to your heart and brain. Cho­les­terol com­bi­nes with oth­er sub­stances in your blood to form “plaque.” (Wan­na know more check here Health­Li­brary ). This thick, hard deposit can nar­row the arter­ies, make them less flex­i­ble and put you at major risk for heart dis­ease and stroke.
  • Keep your blood sug­ar healthy: blood_glucose_monitor Your diges­tive sys­tem breaks down foods and bev­er­ages that con­tain car­bo­hy­drates — like grains, fruits and veg­eta­bles — down into sug­ar. Cer­tain foods, like whole grains, many fruits and veg­eta­bles and oth­er high-fiber foods, take longer to digest. This helps keep the amount of sug­ar in your blood from going too high. But refined grains, pota­toes and foods high in added sug­ar are digest­ed fast and are quick­ly deliv­ered into the blood­stream as sug­ar. If your blood sug­ar goes high too often, it can over­work your body’s abil­i­ty to keep your blood sug­ar in healthy ranges, and you’re more like­ly to devel­op dia­betes.
  • Be phys­i­cal­ly active(Exercise) every day: beactive 
  • Chil­dren, teens and adults who are phys­i­cal­ly active have health­ier bod­ies and minds than peo­ple who aren’t. Reg­u­lar phys­i­cal activ­i­ty keeps your heart healthy and strong and it helps you build healthy mus­cles, bones and joints. Phys­i­cal activ­i­ty can also raise your self-esteem, improve your mood, help you sleep bet­ter and give you more ener­gy. Mak­ing phys­i­cal activ­i­ty a part of your every­day life is also a good way to help achieve and main­tain a healthy body weight. It’s impor­tant to be phys­i­cal­ly active every day. Phys­i­cal activ­i­ty should be as impor­tant to your dai­ly rou­tine as brush­ing your teeth, bathing and get­ting enough sleep.

Let’s move to 5 exer­cis­es which will keep your heart healthy <3 :



  1. Walk It Out for Heart Health: walking-mdWalk­ing is enjoy­able, safe, inex­pen­sive, and easy to fit into almost anyone’s busy day. You can get in walk­ing time by walk­ing to work, walk­ing to the gro­cery store, and walk­ing around your neigh­bor­hood.
  2. Climb­ing Stairs : boy-climbing-stairs-clipart-gebw86-clipartTo get the max­i­mum heart health ben­e­fit from any exer­cise, aim to reach between 50 and 85 per­cent of your max­i­mum heart rate. Climb­ing stairs is an easy way to get into that tar­get range, whether you do it at home or at the gym on a stair machine.
  3. Bike Ride: boy-on-bike-clipart-1

    The pump­ing motion of the large mus­cles in your legs is a great exer­cise for your heart. Either a road bike or a sta­tion­ary bike will work for this exer­cise rou­tine. Ped­al­ing at home on a sta­tion­ary bike can get you on the road to heart health when it’s too cold or too wet to cycle out­side.

  4. Swimming : ktmbyybxc

    Swim­ming is one of the best exer­cis­es. Two and a half hours of swim­ming per week will give you all the aer­o­bic heart health ben­e­fits you need. Anoth­er advan­tage of this exer­cise rou­tine is that swim­ming puts less stress on your bones and joints. That can be espe­cial­ly ben­e­fi­cial if you’re start­ing out a lit­tle over­weight or have a joint con­di­tion.

  5. Dancing: images

    Danc­ing your way to heart health makes for a rhyth­mic and exer­cise rou­tine. All you need is good footwear, some space, and music that moti­vate you. A good aer­o­bic beat is about 120 to 135 beats per min­ute.

More details check Health­Li­brary.

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