How to Prevent and Stop Heart Attacks by Jason Eaves

akaeaves By akaeaves, 1st Jun 2013 | Follow this author | RSS Feed
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Some really great tips and preventions to keep from having a heart attack.

Heart Attack

Depending how bad your health is already, you may be able to stop them from happening to you. If anything you may not be in the greatest health, but you can work on some better odds of having a heart attack. We don’t know how long we will all be here and we don’t know how well our health is going to hold up during that time, but prevention can change the length of our lives.

Some of the negatives for our hearts that will have to end are smoking, ANY kind of greasy foods, Twinkies, candy and other cakes that are high on fatty sugars and least but not last is throwing out our sofa syndrome.

Let’s explain these things in better detail. Smoking is a big killer worldwide and has been known to cause certain types of cancer and many other illnesses and is bad for our teeth. Smoking causes heart disease and may make the risk of having a heart attack early imminent.

The cholesterol from all the greasy foods will.....

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I am 32 years old and I am from Beaumont Texas. I love to write about anything and everything. Please stop by sometimes to check out my work. Thanks

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author avatar cnwriter..carolina
1st Jun 2013 (#)

thank you so much for this...

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author avatar philpalm
2nd Jun 2013 (#)

Greasy food is really bad for the kitchen drain. Some drains clog up faster than others and it could be due to pre existing conditions similar to how different cultures tend to have more heart attacks than others.

I personally recommend drinking hot tea during your meals. It is sort of like washing your sink with hot water and soap but of course YMMV (your mileage may vary). The French tend to lean towards washing down their food with wine. The Japanese tend toward drinking hot sake.

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