Student’s Name Tutor’s Name Course code and Number Date The Cardiovascular Risk Factors Cardiovascular disease or the coronary heart disease that is common in many cases of stroke has many risk factors. The cardiovascular risk factors are either modifiable or non-modifiable. Modifiable risk factors are related to the lifestyle of an individual family or the community at large and they can be modified through a significant change in the lifestyle of the family an individual or the community at large. Different lifestyle changes and practices make a direct positive impact on the body and reduce conditions in the body that put one at the risk of developing the coronary heart disease and the stroke. To begin with ethnicity is one of the factors that is directly related to the cardiovascular risk. Ethnicity comes with different lifestyles and behaviors that can put one at a high risk of developing the frequent participation in physical activities is an important way of reducing the risk of heart disease as it improves the normal functioning of the body and helps in weight regulation. More or less cardiovascular disease or the coronary heart disease that is common in many cases of stroke has many risk factors. Among the major cardiovascular risks among the people of the Asian ethnicity are smoking obesity and lack of sufficient exercise. Changes in the lifestyle play an important role reducing one’s risks of the heart disease. Most important changes include increasing physical exercise taking a healthy diet and quitting addictive behaviors such as alcoholism and smoking. Works Cited Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Obesity and Modifiable Cardiovascular Disease Risk Factors among Chinese Americans in New York City 2009–2012. May 11 2017. Retrieved from https://www.cdc.gov/pcd/issues/2017/16_0582.htmThe World Heart Federation (WHF). Cardiovascular Risk Factors. May 30 2017. Retrieved from https://www.world-heart-federation.org/resources/risk-factors/ [...]
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