20 Weird Facts You Never Knew About Your Heart

  1. Do you know what your heart weight? The weight of your heart is even less than a can of soda.
  2. Your heart beats about 100,000 times everyday. Over a period of 70 years, it beats up to 2.5 billion pulses.
  3. Workout serve your body’s “check engine”. A poor workout may lead to Heart Problem.
  4. Do you know your heart everyday creates enough energy to drive a truck for 30 km.
  5. Your heart has its own electric impulse, hence keep beating even after separated from the body.
  6. Except corneas, each and every cells of the body (75 trillion) receive blood from the heart.
  7. The risk of coronary heart disease cuts into half while having organism 3 times a week.
  8. Symptoms of heart attack in women, differs from men. As women feels nausea, indigestion, and shoulder aches instead of chest pains.
  9. In 70 years of lifetime, your heart pumps around 1.5 million barrels of blood.
  10. Studies found that owning a cat can lower the risk of heart attacks.
  11. According to recent studies, multivitamins increase the risk of cancers and heart disease.
  12. Your heartbeat synchronize with the music you listen to.
  13. Your right lung is bigger that your left lung to make place for your heart.
  14. A man receiving the heart from the donor acts the same as the donor did.
  15. A studies found that vegetarians are 19% less expected to die than non-vegetarians from heart disease.
  16. One-third risk of heart disease is reduced if you ear dark chocolate everyday.
  17. Heart rates of couples, who are in love, gets synchronize for three minutes after looking into each other’s eyes.
  18. Human heart is not on the place (left side) where you think. Heart is situated in the middle of the chest.
  19. Smokers are in the risk of heart attack 200% to 400% more than that of nonsmokers.
  20. People working 11 hours or more are having 65% more risk of heart attacks than people working with an 8 hour work day.

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