For all this, when you go to a specialist do not forget to tell how you feel, if you have discomfort or pain, what are your fears and how is your general mood, so you can recommend the most appropriate treatment for you.
Meanwhile, some of the suggestions of the new AHA and ACCF guide are:
- Stop smoking and avoid secondhand smoke.
- Make at least thirty minutes of exercise a day, five to seven days a week.
- Losing excess weight and weight control after reaching the weight recommended by the doctor
Sometimes we would give anything not to have to lift a finger. When the chores and duties accumulate, we dream of the eternal holiday! Or what the Italians call the “dolce far niente” (the delight of doing nothing). It turns out that we will have to change your mind:
A study has shown that older people remain more active and use more energy to perform everyday tasks are less likely to lose their mental abilities and can thus keep dementia away.
It’s about a new perspective. Washing dishes, vacuuming, go to the cleaners, caregiving, fold laundry, ironing, dusting … None of that was considered formally as “exercise”, unlike sports or specific body movements as aerobics, weights, and yoga.
Ah, but the Cinderella of the housework has come to the ball! They now have health benefits and very specific, including the all-important task of reducing the likelihood of dementia.
Dementia is the loss of mental functions, such as thinking, reasoning ability, and memory, which prevents the person can function normally in daily life. It is not itself a disease but a set of symptoms that include changes in personality, mood, and behavior.
It develops when the parts of the brain associated with learning, memory, and ability to make decisions are affected by different causes, one Alzheimer’s.
How to improve the Live of our heart
Are you leading a healthy life for your heart? Food and customs can help you keep your circulatory system strong and healthy. This is even more important for those who have or have had heart problems.
And so you can take those habits that make you much good for your body, we tell you what these new recommendations from the American Heart Association and the Foundation of the American College of Cardiology.
Since 2006, the American Heart Association (AHA) and the Foundation of the American College of Cardiology (ACCF) develop a guide with suggestions and recommendations for maintaining a healthy heart and strong for longer.
This is done based on the results of scientific research that has recently come to light that show new ways to avoid or prevent heart problems.
The update of this guide, maintaining a healthy lifestyle that includes diet and care in an exercise routine at least five days a week, coupled with the use of appropriate medications (where necessary), can help people with heart disease live longer and avoid a heart attack or stroke (CVA).