The ARIIX Guide to a Happy Heart
Heart health doesn’t start and end with supplements. Your lifestyle can greatly impact your heart and reduce the risk of heart disease and stroke. Find out what you can add to your routine to stay healthy, reduce stress and, of course, help your heart.
One of the best things you can do for your heart is to maintain a healthy weight. The Slenderiiz Program is the only weight management system of its kind that shows improved results over diet and exercise alone. The simple routine of the Drops combined with the Approved Foods list makes it easy to achieve your full-spectrum transformation.
Your body can react to stress in many different ways, none of which benefit your heart. Use Priime Essential Oils® to relieve tension and manage your stress levels. Calm and Escape should be your go-to blends to reduce feelings of anxiety and stress. Where Calm relaxes and soothes, Escape uplifts. Use both at varying times of the day to remain stress-free.
A sedentary lifestyle is one of the worst things you can do for your heart. By incorporating just 30 minutes of activity each day, you can help strengthen your heart, improve circulation and lower your risk of heart disease.
The best heart-healthy exercises consist of aerobic activity, the kind that increases your heart rate to a higher, but healthy, level for a steady amount of time. Remember to always consult your doctor before beginning a new workout regimen.
The best excuse to travel — it benefits your heart! Not only will time off help you feel well-rested and less stressed, but taking an annual vacation can also reduce your risk of heart disease and heart attack. So book your trip now and start relaxing for the good of your heart!
Now that you have a few tips to improve your lifestyle, we hope you will take steps to better protect your heart. Remember, you don’t have to change your entire lifestyle at once. Start small and work your way up to big success! Your heart will thank you for it.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.