The heart is a strong muscle that can handle more than you think, but when weakened or overwhelmed by poor lifestyle decisions, it can become delicate, and that’s something to worry about.
The Harvard Medical School definition of a heart murmur is “is a sound made by turbulent blood flow within the heart.” It might happen to anyone, and it’s not always a sign that something is wrong, it can be caused by anxiety or dietary deficiency.
Heart murmurs can also be symptoms of something not going very well, like a leaky valve, congenital heart problems or heart inflammation. The good news is that there’s something you can do: keeping a healthy heart, and what you eat can help with that. Here are 10 ways to improve your diet and lower the risk of a heart murmur.