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With the prevailing unhealthy lifestyles and stressful minds, it is natural to expect a quantum leap in heart-related problems, with the disease afflicting persons not only with hereditary and age-related heart history but the younger generation as well. The risks of developing the disease differs from individual to individual, depending on their dietary habits, lifestyle, drug abuse, etc. Heart disease requires proper diagnosis and treatment and adopting a home remedy, too, involves taking advice from a health care professional. You can then make use of some of these home remedies to improve the health of your heart.

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1. Exercise frequently

Exercise is essential for maintaining the health of the heart. Proper exercise helps in controlling blood pressure, diabetes, body weight and high cholesterol all of which contribute in elevating the risk of a heart attack. In case of a defective heart or heart arrhythmia it is always advisable to consult a specialist before choosing any exercise. Once permitted, a minimum of 30 minutes of moderate exercise like walking, swimming etc is sufficient for most days in a week. A sensible method would be to exercise certain muscles of the body and then let them rest a day before starting another session.

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