I am in my 30s, 40s or 50s, And I don't have any Blood Pressure or Heart Problem


Making healthy choices during any decade of life increases the chances of staying healthy as you age.

It’s never too late to embark on a healthy lifestyle, even in your 40s, 50s and 60s. Taking steps during those decades to reduce the risk of heart disease and other chronic illnesses can help your quality of life as you grow older.

“We are increasingly understanding that what you do earlier in life has a long-term impact,” said Norrina Allen, an associate professor of preventive medicine at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine in Chicago.

Middle age is the time to focus on your health for now — and for the future.

Heart disease is the leading cause of death in the United States, yet people generally associate it with an older, aging population. But heart attacks, strokes and other types of heart disease can be blind to age – particularly when certain factors are in play.

High cholesterol is a factor for heart disease, but the genetic condition familial hypercholesterolemia is a special form of it. “FH” contributes to excessive levels – above 190 mg – of low density lipoprotein, or the “bad” LDL cholesterol. People born with FH have high cholesterol from a young age.

About 1 in 250 people have FH, which usually leads to problems associated with high cholesterol such as atherosclerosis. Half of men with untreated FH will have a heart attack or angina before they turn 50. Thirty percent of untreated women will have a heart attack before they turn 60.

“People with FH see artery disease progress earlier and more rapidly than people without FH,” said Sophocles, who has the condition and is a board member on the FH Foundation.

Awareness is crucial, she said, but only 10 percent of all FH cases are diagnosed. 

A heavy heart affects the entire body, not just the mind. Depression releases stress hormones and increases inflammatory chemicals that can cause a narrowing of the arteries.

It also has an impact on lifestyle factors that may take a direct toll on physical health, said Dr. Gazala Parvin, a family physician and integrative medicine specialist at Research Medical Center in Kansas City, Missouri.

“If you are depressed, it affects your lifestyle. You don’t eat, so your diet is bad. You don't exercise. You don't sleep well, and you don't socialize,” she said. “If mental health is not good, you are not going to take good care of yourself.”

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