It’s World Heart Day and know-how we, Raju Hospitals stand by it

Created by the World Heart Federation, World Heart Day informs people from around the globe about CVD(Cardiovascular Disease), including heart disease and stroke is one of the world’s leading causes of deaths that claim millions of lives each year. 

Cardiovascular Disease (CVD) is accountable for more than half the non-communicable diseases making it the world’s number 1 killer. Raju Hospitals aims to drive action to educate people that by controlling the risk factors such as rampant tobacco and alcohol use, unhealthy diet and physical inactivity, at least about 80% of premature deaths from heart disease and stroke can be avoided. 

“Good heart health is good for my heart, for your heart, for all our hearts”

 World Heart Day is a global campaign during everyone around the world participate in activities to take charge of their heart health and that of others. We are our members at Raju Hospitals believe in a world where heart health for everyone is a fundamental human right and a crucial element of global well-being. Celebrate a healthy heart this 29th of September with World Heart Day and have a look at these 4 amazing facts that you must know about the human heart.

 1) Alcohol and Tobacco Use is really bad for the heart: Perhaps the most life-threatening and most common ailment for congestive heart failures are alcohol and tobacco abuse due to dilated cardiomyopathy. A dilated cardiomyopathy refers to a heart that is stretched like a balloon when it appears on a chest X-Ray thus affecting its ability to pump blood throughout the body.

2) Balding? You might be suffering from heart disease: Loss of hair may be a result of a medical condition or ageing which is a source of concern. Baldness may seem cosmetic, but a recent medical study has linked balding to a much greater risk of coronary heart disease. The perils of men with male pattern baldness were found to be 70% greater than in non-balding males. The correlation between the baldness of the head and heart disease is supposed to relate to multiple factors, potentially that include insulin and other hormone-related variables.

3) Heart attack symptoms may vary in both men and women: Although heart disease is an equal opportunity killer, symptoms are different when it comes to men versus women. Whereas men often may report crushing chest pain, sweating and nausea, women may experience shortness of breath, dizziness and lightheadedness or fainting with pain in the lower chest or upper abdomen.

4) Gymming will tell you if you are susceptible to heart trouble: Workouts not only can boost your heart health, but it can also serve as your body’s check engine line. If you spend a few sessions in a row struggling to run at the same pace or complete the same circuit, you do it for no apparent reason, make sure you talk to your doctor at Multispeciality hospital in Chennai to know why. This could also signal that your heart is not pumping enough blood which is an early sign of heart trouble. 

 This World Heart Day, make sure you make your move! Get tested at best hospital for Cardiology Services in Chennai