Regular Physical Activity Lowers Heart-Disease Risk

Exercise can help prevent heart failure

Its no secret that people who are physically active tend to have healthier hearts than those who are not. Regular physical activity can help control blood pressure, cholesterol, weight, diabetes, systemic inflammation and other risk factors that lead to coronary artery disease. Now, we have evidence that regular exercise also helps prevent healthy people from developing heart failure and reduces atrial fibrillation in overweight, postmenopausal women.
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