Environmental Conditions, Clean Air and Water
Water and air pollution are significant contributors to people developing heart disease and stroke (a stroke is like a heart attack to the brain). Staying indoor too often might not be as safe as you think because there’s indoor air pollution.
Pollution comes from a mixture of different contaminants such as fumes from household cleaning products, wood burning stoves, and fireplaces, second-hand cigarette smoke, vapors from cleaning products, paint solvents, pesticides, insecticides and carbon monoxide.
There is evidence that several minerals commonly found in drinking water may contribute to heart disease or aggravate its symptoms.