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Are Your HEART at Risk by Corona Virus?

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Now Corona Virus spread over 200 countries. Due to this pandemic over lakhs of person has died. Therefore, it is very important to take care of your health. As it is damaging several organs of the body with common symptoms like fever, breathing difficulties, cough, shortness of breath as well as its causes pneumonia, acute respiratory syndrome, kidney failure and may cause death. You must know that Heart have the maximum risk from COVID-19. Therefore you must aware the regarding the Heart Risk by Corona Virus.

Heart and Its Functions.

Heart is an organ which inflates blood through the blood vessels of the circulatory system. It is placed amid the lungs in the central section of the chest. It is separated into four chambers which are upper left and right atria and lower left and right ventricles.

Usually the right atrium and ventricle together known as the right heart and their left colleagues as the left heart. It is bounded with defensive case, the pericardium, which comprises a minor amount of liquid. Wall of the heart have three layers epicardium, endocardium and myocardium

Blood with low in oxygen received by the heart through the general circulation and enters into right atrium. From there it pumped into pulmonary circulation through the lungs, where it obtains oxygen and cut out carbon dioxide. Fresh oxygenated blood returns to the left atrium, through left ventricle and driven out through the aorta by general circulation.

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Are You At High Risk ?

Person those have the following heart related problems have the high risk-  

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To Avoid Heart Risk From Corona Virus Follow Some Under Mentioned Rules.

  • Avoid spicy foods.
  • Add foods which are rich in Omega 3 fatty acid like fish, you may take omega 3 fatty acid supplement. It protect heart from several problems and assist to keep your heart healthy.
  • Eat high protein foods, it may be animal source or not.
  • Drink lots of water because dehydration can harm your heart and prevent heart attack.
  • Eat fruits and leafy green vegetables as it contains lots of vitamins, fibers and minerals.
  • Take at least 7 to 8 hrs of sleep. 
  • Control your sugar and blood pressure those who are heart patients.
  • Don’t take Hydroxychloroquine without permission of the doctor.
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FreakToFit here suggest science proved foods, which is very effective for your heart-

Fave BeansGreen Fava Beans

Green Fava Beans.

This is one of the effective vegetable which is effective for your heart as it enrich with vitamin B, minerals and fibers also keep your heart muscle strong.



Eating peanuts in daily routine can eradicate heart problems as well as fulfill the deficiency of nutrients in the body. But avoid salty peanuts.

black plumBlack Plum

Black Plum.

It supports your heart health and controls your blood pressure.

Bottom Line. 

Along with the above nutrients, freehand exercise only for 30 min can keep your heart healthy and it boost your immune power.

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Written by Uttam- (M.Com, Fitness Trainer)
Completed Certified Personal Fitness Trainer Course from American  Council on Exercise with 10 years of experience. View author's certificates.

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