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Heart Health: 5 Dos And Don'ts When You Hit Your 30s

Your post 30's can be critical for heart health!

Written by Kinkini Gupta | Updated : January 27, 2023 11:20 AM IST


Heart Health: 5 Dos And Don'ts When You Hit Your 30s

Our post 30's can be a difficult time health-wise if we have spend our entire 20's being reckless, eating junk, not exercise, drinking and smoking. 30's is when it is high time you get serious about your health and it begins with your heart.



Develop a habit of regular exercise. Our heart will remain healthy for the longest period of time if we invest some time in doing cardio. Regular cardio will also keep our body away from illnesses like hypertension, diabetes, high cholesterol and simultaneously keep our heart healthy. Any form of workout can be good for example, running, cycling, playing a sport or swimming.


Routine Health Checkups

Our post 30s are a critical time for our overall health and that starts with our heart. It is imperative that we get regular heart tests and screenings and advises from our doctors to stay on top of our heart health. This is even more crucial for people who have an unhealthy lifestyle, history of heart problems or genetic problems. Also Read - 7 Out Of Every 10 Urban Indians Experience Digestive Issues: Survey


Quit Smoking

A person who smokes is twice as likely to suffer from heart related issues as compared to a person who does not smoke. So, in case you do have this habit, this is the right age to stop.


Stop Excessive Drinking

Control the amount of liquor consumption. People who enjoy the occasional glass of drinks should be a little more cautious about the quantity. You do not have to stop drinking altogether if you know that you are not an alcoholic but certainly keep a strict tab on the amount. Alcoholics however, should quit, period. Also Read - Irritable Bowel Syndrome And Mental Disorders: Studies Find A Connection