Overdrive Staff | June 01, 2006
Things to Remember
- Smokers die up to four times more often than non-smokers from a ruptured aneurysm.
- Eat a healthy diet to avoid cholesterol buildup in the arteries.
- Regular physical exams can decrease the risk for aneurysms and other health problems.
- Commit to daily exercise to get your heart pumping and keep blood vessels open and working. Be sure to consult your doctor before beginning a new exercise program.