Maintaining blood pressure

Keep your blood pressure not too high. High blood pressure can damage artery walls and cause scarring. If this happens, the blood and oxygen will be more difficult to flow from and to the heart so the heart must work harder so that the body organs are not deprived of oxygen. Managing stress, exercising regularly, reducing salt intake, and limiting alcoholic beverages are some of the ways you can take care of your blood pressure. Do not forget to take your supplements, nitric oxide supplements.

Adults who have adequate sleep time in addition to quality sleep, have better arterial conditions than people who sleep less. If the condition of the arteries is good, the heart can be helped avoid the disease. Saturated fats and trans fats play a major role in the formation of excessive cholesterol in the blood. Cholesterol that accumulates potentially clog the heart arteries that endanger blood flow. Therefore, limit the consumption of saturated fats from red meat, processed foods, fried foods, and fat-rich dairy products. Being physically active or exercising regularly can reduce the risk of heart disease. You only have to exercise moderate intensity for 150 minutes per week. Means, every day you only need to exercise for 30 minutes, five times per week.