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World Heart Day 2022: Surgeons call for lifestyle, diet changes for good heart health

New Delhi: To celebrate “World Heart Day”, Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry of India (ASSOCHAM) organized “Dil Ki Baat” as part of Illness to Wellness campaign aimed at raising awareness and providing information about heart health. Organized a webinar called ,

“On the eve of World Heart Day, ASSOCHAM is organizing a webinar titled ‘Dil Maange More: Healthy Heart for a Healthy Long Life’ as part of its Illness to Wellness series,” Assocham said in a tweet.

The main goal of the webinar was to raise awareness and provide information about heart care symptoms and prevention so that participants can lead a healthy life with a strong cardiovascular system.

Even though one does not think much about it throughout the day, but his heart is working round the clock. Because it carries blood and oxygen to all its organs, the heart is the most important muscle in their body. In fact, certain foods can affect blood pressure, triglycerides, cholesterol levels, and inflammation, all of which are risk factors for heart disease.

There is no shortcut to a healthy heart, he highlighted the importance of maintaining it. Addressing the webinar, ASSOCHAM CSR Council President Anil Rajput said, “We must commit to protect one of the most essential organs of the human body – the heart and any symptoms of difficulty in this organ should be taken seriously. because it is a question of life and death.” Emphasizing on the importance of maintaining good heart health, he said that there is no shortcut to a healthy heart. Medication and regular check-ups are essential to maintain good heart health and lead a healthy life for years to come. Heart-healthy habits such as adopting a nutritious diet, engaging in regular physical activity and making changes in one’s lifestyle are also important.

Cardiologist Padma Shri Dr Praveen Chandra, President of Interventional Cardiology at Medanta, shares his insight into how a heart attack occurs when the blood flow to the heart is severely reduced or blocked. The blockage is usually caused by a buildup of fat, cholesterol and other substances in the heart (coronary) arteries, he said. He stressed on the need for early treatment for heart attack to prevent death and not to wait till the last hour.

Dr Rajeev Pasi, MBBS, DNB, DM, Cardiologist, Fellow of Indian College of Physicians (FICP), Sir Ganga Ram Hospital said, Heart diseases kill more people in the world than coronavirus.

He further added, “Both the private and government sectors must work together to reduce the loss of lives through this disease as it is the cause of the highest number of deaths worldwide. The symptoms are hereditary, breathlessness, chest pain, Dizziness, exertion, weakness may occur. Limbs, and extreme headache. Moderation in lifestyle is important. Taking proper advice from a good cardiologist at the right time is essential.” Dr. Sushant Srivastava, President, Adult Cardiac Surgery and Heart Lung Transplant, Artemis Hospital said tests to diagnose or treat heart attack include ECG, MRI, angioplasty, statins and bypass surgery. Heart disease is responsible for 32 percent of all global deaths. He said that 85 per cent of these deaths were due to heart attack and stroke.

In his moderation, Dr Rajesh Kesari, Founder & Director, Total Care Control, Delhi – NCR EC Member, RSSDI said that heart diseases have become the leading cause of death and affecting the younger generation. It has a lot to do with a lifestyle with high calorie, bad fats (trans fat, saturated fat) that comes with fast food, lack of physical activity, stress and even environmental pollution. A low-fat and white diet such as flour (refined wheat flour and other carbs), sugar and salt, yet colorful and rich in whole grains, vegetables and fruits, with daily physical activity of no less than 150 minutes per week, can prevent heart It will be beneficial in reducing diseases and deaths to a great extent.

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