For years, studies have shown that leading an active and healthy lifestyle with regular exercise can help prevent diseases, including cardiovascular diseases.
If you want to dramatically lower your chances of developing heart diseases, adopt an active and healthy lifestyle by exercising regularly, watch your weight and do not smoke.
The World Health Organization encourages adults aged 18 to 64 to do 150-300 minutes of moderate-intensity aerobic physical activity a week, and limit the amount of time spent being sedentary.
Another big taboo one should adopt would be to not smoke. Smoking is an addictive habit that has been found to contribute to heart diseases. Protect your heart by watching these modifiable risks and adopt a heart-healthy lifestyle.