There are a number of lifestyle changes that can help to prevent heart disease as you age.

1. Balanced diet

 Avoid trans fats and put a limit on those that include saturated fats, salt and refined sugar. And add some heart-healthy foods from like salmon, berries, nuts,  olive oil and green leafy vegetable.

2. Exercise regularly

Your body’s ability to effectively pump oxygen to your heart declines each decade as you age, so it’s important to exercise regularly.

3. Lose weight

4. Control chronic diseases 

 Diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol and obesity can all lead to heart disease if they’re not well controlled. If you have a chronic condition that could affect your heart, make sure you’re following your doctor’s treatment plan.

5. Get Regular checkup 

Regular checkup can help identify heart problems before you end up having a heart attack or stroke.

6. Get Regular Dental checkup

One is that the bacteria that cause periodontal disease can release toxins into or travel through the bloodstream and help to form fatty plaques in the arteries. These plaque deposits can lead to serious problems, such as blood clots, which can block blood flow. So dental checkup very important. visit your periodontist

7. Possible signs of heart disease should not ignored

Shortness of breath,Leg swelling, Chest pain or discomfort, Unexplained fatigue, Sudden change in exercise tolerance, Heart palpitations,Confusion,Dizziness etc

8. Stop smoking

Smoking is a major cause of atherosclerosis . The plaque restricts blood flow to your heart and other organs, which can lead to heart attack.