Prevent Heart Disease: Weight Loss
6 Weight Loss Tips That Help Your Heart
Feel the urge to chow down when the pressure's on? You're not alone. A 2011 study published in the Journal of Obesity shows that stress can pack on pounds, and that stress reduction can curb weight gain. In addition to shrinking their waistline, women in the study who experienced the biggest reductions in stress tended to lose the most deep belly fat, which is associated with a higher risk of developing heart disease. Chronic stress that causes an increase in heart rate could also damage your artery walls, according to the American Heart Association (AHA). The next time you feel anxious, breathe deep and try to chill. Tackle stress with Slim Calm Sexy Yoga moves.
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