Leading a healthy and active lifestyle not only ensures that a person can remain active well into their latter years but it confirms that the most important organ in the human body is well cared for. There are a number of body parts that humans can do without but the heart is not one of them and over an average lifetime it beats millions of times. This means that blood is pumped to every part of the body and the brain and its functions benefit from this.
Lack of activity and an unhealthy diet can have an adverse affect on the vital role of the heart resulting in an even greater strain on this organ, forcing it to work much harder than it needs to. Ongoing abuse like this can culminate in a heart attack or complete heart failure. If a victim is lucky, a heart attack may not be fatal but the clinical care and sacrifices that have to be made after such an event can take many months and untold hours of sacrifice for the victim and their family.
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