You can help to prevent angina caused by coronary artery disease by controlling your risk factors for clogged arteries:
High cholesterol - Follow your doctor's guidelines for eating a diet low in fats and cholesterol and, if necessary, take medication to decrease your cholesterol.
High blood pressure - Follow your doctor's recommendations for changing your diet and taking your medication.
Smoking - If you smoke, quit. If you ...
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