Here’s the final phase of the healthy heart tips from Dr. Devi Shetty’s conversation. If you have missed the previous phases, checkout useful healthy heart tips.
Ques: Do low hemoglobin count and low white blood cells lead to heart problems in any way?
Ans: Not really. But it is good to have normal hemoglobin intensity to increase the capacity of your exercise.
Ques: Sometimes, due to the frantic schedule we can not exercise. Therefore, does walking while doing everyday chores at home or climbing stairs in the house and office substitutes for exercise?
Ans: Certainly. Avoid continuous sitting for over half an hour. Moreover, the act of getting off the chair and sitting to another chair helps a lot.
Ques: Is there a connection between blood sugar and heart problems?
Ans: Yes. There is a strong relationship because diabetics are more exposed to heart attacks comparing to non-diabetics.
Ques: What are the issues one needs to take good care after a heart surgery?
Ans: Diet, drugs on time, exercise, control cholesterol, weight, blood pressure. .
Ques: Are people who work on night shifts more susceptible to heart disease comparing to day shift workers?
Ans: Not at all…
Ques: What are the contemporary anti-hypertensive drugs?
Ans: Your doctor may choose hundreds of drugs and exercise combination to meet your problem, but my recommendation is to avoid the drugs as much as you can and go for natural methods of controlling blood pressure such as walking, planned dieting to reduce weight and modifying attitudes towards lifestyles.
Ques: Does Dispirin or other headache pills increase heart attacks risks?
Ans: Absolutely not.
Ques: Why the heart attack rate is more in men compared to women?
Ans: Nature provides protection to women till their age of 45.
Ques: How can a person keep his or her heart in a healthy condition?
Ans : Avoid junk food and eat a healthy diet, exercise everyday, stop smoking and, go for regular health checkups (recommended once in every six months) if you are more than 30 years old.