7 Ways To Reduce Your Risk Factors For Heart Disease Without Medication

Heart disease is the number one cause of death in the United States. About 659,000 people die from heart disease in the US each year. Disclaimer: There are times when medications are indicated to treat heart disease in addition to lifestyle changes. This video is informational and does not replace the advice of your physician. Please consult your physician.

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Now, there are some risk factors you may have for heart disease that you cannot change. You may have been born with them and that's it. But there are many risk factors that are actually modifiable, meaning that you can change them. One person dies from heart disease every 36 seconds, which means, we just lost one. So don't you want to know how to reduce your risk factors for heart disease without medication? Keep watching...

7 Ways To Reduce Your Risk Factors For Heart Disease Without Medication

1. Exercise
2. Maintain A Healthy Body Weight
3. Stop Smoking
4. Fish Oil
5. Reduce Your Stress
6. Heart-Healthy Diet
7. Get Enough Sleep

The above seven tips are just the beginning when it comes to the many, many ways to reduce the risk factors for heart disease. If you found this video to be helpful and informative, please be sure to share it with the people you care about.

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