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Can microvascular angina be prevented?

Prevention of microvascular angina is linked to controlling the major risk factors of heart disease. High blood pressure, high cholesterol, and obesity are major risk indicators of heart disease, so there are a variety of things you may do to reduce these risks. Quitting smoking, eating a healthful diet, and exercising on a regular basis may help reduce your risk of microvascular angina.
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