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Health care first raises the heart 3 measures to benefit heart health1.
Laughter promotes blood flow, which is good for heart health. Early studies have shown that stress and other types of emotions can cause blood vessels to contract and reduce blood flow.
A study published at the European Society of Cardiology’s annual meeting in Paris examined for the first time the opposite, whether positive emotions would dilate blood vessels.
銆€銆€It was found that the participants had vasodilatation while watching the humorous film, while the participants contracted the vasoconstriction when viewing the pressure film, and the difference in blood vessel diameter reached 30%-50%.
Therefore, to prevent heart disease, you should eat more vegetables, exercise more, and laugh a lot every day.
Yoga relieves arrhythmia A large number of studies have shown that yoga has a calming effect, which can lower high blood pressure, blood pressure, and blood sugar, and relieve stress.
However, a new study announced at the American College of Cardiology’s 60th Anniversary Scientific Conference last April found that practicing yoga can reduce the risk of arrhythmia by 50%, greatly improving the quality of life of patients with arrhythmia and benefiting heart health.
Moderate drinking is good for heart health An animal study found that lowering alcohol (men drinking two glasses a day for two days a week) accelerates arteriosclerosis and vasoconstriction, increasing cardiovascular and stroke risk.
Moderate drinking can reduce these risks.
The second day after the competition, blood pressure will rise, leading to an increased risk of heart rhythm and “holiday heart disease”.
銆€銆€Another small study found that resveratrol and alcohol are good for heart health.
Therefore, moderate drinking of red wine is more protective, and health care first, to ensure heart health.