What are some surprising risk factors for heart disease?

Lack of sleep can lead to high blood pressure, obesity, and increased heart disease risk

Chronic loneliness and social isolation can raise stress levels, increasing heart disease risk

Exposure to high levels of air pollution can cause inflammation and elevate heart disease risk

Poor oral health and gum disease can lead to chronic inflammation, affecting heart health

High job stress and lack of control at work can increase blood pressure and heart disease risk

Prolonged sitting and a sedentary lifestyle can contribute to heart disease, even with regular exercise

Indoor pollutants from household products and poor ventilation can increase heart disease risk

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