Understanding your Heart
Your heart is one large pump that every minute pumps about five quarts of blood through the over 30,000 miles of arteries in our bodies. An adult heart beats around 100,000 times a day which is about one beat per second. In an average lifetime, the human heart will beat more than 2.5 billion times. As your heart pumps it keep your blood moving inside of you to deliver nutrients and oxygen to all areas of your body while carrying away waste products and carbon dioxide. When your heart muscle contracts it pushes blood through your system and to the over 60,000 miles of blood vessels within our bodies. The heart is the center of the body’s cardiovascular system and throughout the body’s blood vessels, pumps blood to all of the body’s cells. The blood carries oxygen, which the cells need to stay strong.
Heart Disease is a medical issue that occurs when the heart and blood vessels aren’t working properly. Other risk factors such as smoking, being overweight, and not exercising enough can also increase the risk of getting heart disease. But unfortunately many people don’t even realize they have cardiovascular disease until they have chest pains or experience a heart attack. Sadly Heart Disease is the leading cause of death for both men and women and statics show that 610,000 Americans die from Heart Disease each year—that’s 1 in every 4 deaths. But what most people don’t know is Heart Disease is completely preventable, without drugs, by making smart lifestyle changes. A combination of managing stress levels, eating more nutritious foods and proper supplements/minerals will greatly improve your quality of life and keep you from being a member of the alarming Heart Disease statistic.
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