06 Jun

Sudden death of the heart. It’s hardly a subject about which you want to hear, but we have good reason to bring it up. A new major American Heart Association study found one in nine men suffering a blue heart attack by age 70.

We’ve never heard of it before. Because researching sudden heart attacks is incredibly hard because they are, well, unpredictable.

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Pedal for life

Finish the rigid cycle gym sessions. The action makes it more comfortable for your arteries.

Live “beta”

Eat orange food: pack good beta-carotene from the heart. Talk of squashes, not about sweets.


Exercising twice a week, scientists say, will halve the chance of stress-induced heart attacks.

Breathe it out

Take six deep breaths in 30sec to lower BP by as much as 4 percent.

Stay strong

Abandon your HIIT class: a better way to widen your blood vessels is heavy lifting.

Cut the fat

Dairy lovers are less likely to get bad cholesterol, say researchers from Bordeaux.

Bring out the mic

Bring out your inner Michael Jackson. A Scandinavian study found that singing increases the amplitude of your heart rate, rendering you cardiac arrest robust.

Take a Dose of Sunlight

BP-lowering nitric oxide improves by direct sun penetration. For a quick hit, roll up your sleeves.

Salty world – salt diets in healthy men can increase the risk of heart disease. And while those with hypertension would do well to keep tabs on their consumption, a lower dose was associated with a higher risk of early death for the general population.

Use organic

rhodiola rosea plant-turned pill curbs tension and retains a healthy heart muscle.

Free your ears

For every 10dB of traffic noise outside the building, the risk of heart attack increases by up to 10%. At night, plug your ears.

Whey is the way

A report by Reading University showed that 56 g of protein per day could reduce the risk of heart disease and strokes by 8%. Hear or dislike it – Hungry scientists at Bristol University discovered that Marmite can enhance heart function in healthy adults and help prevent cardiovascular disease when consumed three days a week.