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Prof. Dr. Ali Oto, Head of the Cardiology Department at Memorial Ankara Hospital, emphasizes not only what should be done for heart health but also some important points to avoid. He explains as follows:

''Don't smoke!''

''Tobacco and tobacco products are the number one enemy of the heart. If you smoke, you should quit as soon as possible.'

''Eat healthily, control your weight!''

If you are overweight, aim to reach your ideal weight, avoid fatty and high-calorie foods, and focus on a diet rich in fruits and vegetables.

''Stay active!''

Make a habit of walking for at least 5 days a week for half an hour.

''Check your blood sugar!''

Ensure that your sugar levels are within the ideal range, and if you have diabetes, follow the treatment and advice of your doctor.

''Monitor your blood pressure!''

Make sure your blood pressure is below 14/9. If you have hypertension, follow your doctor's treatment plan.'

Prof. Dr. Ali Oto emphasizes that by following these simple but life-saving recommendations, you can protect your heart health. He also says, "You can minimize the risk of cardiovascular disease. In addition to all this, those who have been affected by Covid-19 in recent times should undergo heart check-ups and adhere to hygiene rules to protect themselves from new variants of the virus. Furthermore, it should be remembered that air pollution, in addition to known risk factors, also increases the risk of heart diseases, so efforts should be made for an environmentally friendly lifestyle."''

British News Agency


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