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Sedentary Lifestyle Has the Same Impact on Your Heart as Smoking Does!!!

Written by
Dr. Muhammad M. Hanif Md.
and medically reviewed by iCliniq medical review team.

Published on Sep 24, 2015 and last reviewed on Dec 22, 2018   -  3 min read

Abstract

Research confirms that sedentary lifestyle is the same as smoking too much combustive tobacco. It kills you due to heart disorders, the same way as smoking does.

Sedentary Lifestyle Has the Same Impact on Your Heart as Smoking Does!!!

Have you seen a person stabbing his own heart???

Yes, I have seen many of them and in fact I see them daily in my clinical practice. People are killing themselves on the name of the so-called new modern busy lifestyles and eating habits. All of this is silently killing them by deteriorating their heart's health on a slow but regular pace.

Everybody knows that we cannot control our family history for certain genetic cardiac diseases, but these genetics are playing far less a role in our cardiac wellness than our own preventable bad habits and lifestyle which is doing the real harm.

Ask yourself a few simple questions and then read the rest of the article afterwards, keeping in mind what your answers were and how will it impact on the outcome of your health with the passage of time. Times passes, so are your habits getting even more and more firm and not much modifiable. So, wake up today for a better tomorrow. Your heart is the basic pump of your life. If this pump stops, you will stop.

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