According to the CDC, approximately one in every four deaths in the United States is attributable to heart disease. And heart disease doesn’t discriminate—it’s the leading cause of death for both men and women alike. But even if you exercise every day, keep your stress levels low, and haven’t let a French fry go down the hatch in years, that doesn’t mean you’re necessarily in the clear when it comes to heart health. Knowing the risk factors for heart disease is the first step toward taking control.
Some of the habits putting your health at risk might just surprise you—check them out!