Laziness and heart disease :
Reach heart experts Americans through research to laziness and inactivity are the main cause of heart disease in the United States and stressed that those who live life, not the activity of which are more susceptible to heart attacks by doubling those who exercise or play sports must also be removed from the stress and unhealthy habits smoking.
and poor eating habits (rich in fats and sugars) which leads to obesity and which may exacerbate your condition if you have already heart disease. Or you may developed heart disease from eating poorly and your lifestyle -- lack of sleep, risk -- vices too much alcohol, smoking, drugs, unprotected sex (smiles).
almost perfect life, isn't it? whew...
Definitely smoking causes heart diseases. Too much smoking really bad for our health as it causes many serious health hazards. Try to stop smoking as soon as possible.
well people should know they weren't born to sit in coffee shops, play on PCs, sit in traffic, watch movies for the 99% of the day and think they are healthy. Put 20 to 30% into real activity. window shopping or a leisure sport like golf or engage in a former #1's past-time (not promiscuous of course). s-&-xual activity certainly helps.
Stress,inactivity and bad habits(sugar,coffee,processed food,smoke etc.) Too much hubpages reading
TRUE to all of the above. Try some "Co Q-10" 200mg once or twice a day. I do it and give it to my husband and we are really "Heart Healthy." Why just this morning he chased me around the block 10 times, before I let him catch me! Ha, Ha!
by Paul Maplesden2 years ago
One of the advantages of having an overall hubber score of 75 or above is that we get 'Dofollow' links on our hubs, which are considered more valuable by Google when deciding search results.My question is, if my hubber...
by goldentoad8 years ago
by Stacie L6 years ago
.... risk of developing heart disease, the world's biggest killer, British scientists said Monday. Researchers said a long-term study showed that working more than 11 hours a day increased the risk of heart...
Copyright © 2017 HubPages Inc. and respective owners.
Other product and company names shown may be trademarks of their respective owners.
HubPages® is a registered Service Mark of HubPages, Inc.
HubPages and Hubbers (authors) may earn revenue on this page based on affiliate relationships and advertisements with partners including Amazon, Google, and others.