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BHB & Working Executives

India’s corporate environment might be booming, but it’s the working executives that are paying the price. Working executives are most prone to develop heart diseases.

With long working hours, a desk bound lifestyle, unhealthy eating habits and a whole lot of stress, it is not uncommon to see people in their thirties and forties suddenly falling prey to heart disease. It’s time to step back from the busy life and take action for your health.

Diet: It’s easy to eat out when you’re working long hours and face stress. Make it a point to start eating healthy by keeping healthy snacks handy and try to carry healthy food from home.

Stress: It is virtually impossible to avoid stress in the current work environment. The trick is to stay on top of stress and learn how to control it. If left unattended stress could prove very dangerous for your heart and will prevent you from enjoying life.

Smoking: Working executives’ smoke as a way of dealing with stress. This is in spite of being aware of its harmful effects. This site will help you kick the butt for good.

Exercising: The best way to beat stress and be healthy is by taking up the exercise of your choice. A regular workout will keep stress at bay and reduce your waistline!

Regular Heart Checks: It takes a minute, but it could save your life. Encourage your colleagues to get regular checks as well.

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January 20, 2016

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May 6, 2014

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May 6, 2014

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May 2, 2014

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December 28, 2013

BHB@ Work is a fun, interactive heart-health workshop designed to deliver the message of heart-health in an exciting and involving process. BHB@ Work is based on clinically- approved solutions: Eat Healthy, Get Active, Beat Stress, Quit Smoking and Get Regular Heart Checks The workshop has been carefully designed around these five solutions. When followed regularly, Read more…

December 28, 2013

Congratulations of choosing to quit smoking. While this is great news, you’ll realize that quitting can be a difficult task, especially when cravings strike. Most cigarette cravings last five minutes. While the craving can be powerful, there are ways to overcome them. Each time you resist a craving, you’re one step closer to stopping smoking. Read more…

December 28, 2013

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December 28, 2013

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