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Top 10 Ways to Avoid a Heart Attack This Super Bowl
Date:2/4/2010

Stretching, jumping rope, or throwing a football with friends are simple and easy ways to relax your body and mind before the big game.
  • Take CoQ10 before the game. Co-enzyme Q10 is a powerful anti-oxidant that reduces your risk of heart disease.
  • Limit your intake of alcohol and tobacco.  Over-consumption of these two potentially dangerous substances is a leading risk factor for sudden cardiac arrest.
  • Eat in moderation. Many heart attacks are reported to occur after eating an exceptionally large meal.
  • Choose healthy snacks like broccoli, cauliflower, fruits with the skin, seeds, and nuts. Avoid binging on chips, pizza, and other salty and fatty foods.
  • During the commercials, take a break. Getting off the couch, moving around, and talking to friends helps break up the intensity of an exciting game.
  • Manage your anger. If the official makes a bad call, don't take it personally. Excess anger and yelling at the TV will increase your chances of heart problems.
  • Avoid gambling or only wager an amount you're comfortable losing. Excess adrenaline caused by excitement, worry, or excess anxiety increases the risk of heart attack.
  • Pay attention to the warning signs, which are heart attack, dizziness, chest pain, trouble breathing, and nausea. If you experience these symptoms, call 911 immediately.
  • Make a fitness program a regular part of your daily life. It's easy. In just 12 minutes a day, you can get a lean, fit, disease-free body. And, you don't need any expensive equipment, trainers, or a gym membership.

  • Don't become a statistic and don't fall prey to conventional medical advice.

    About Dr. Al Sears:

    DR. AL SEARS is the author of 14 books on health and wellness, including The Doctor's Heart Cure (Dragon Door Publications, 2004). In addition to being Board-Certified by the Amer
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