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Are We Becoming Prone To Early Age Heart Attacks?

Are We Becoming Prone To Early Age Heart Attacks

There is much health concerning news flashing all over the internet in India. The first heart attack news is about Sidharth Shukla. Then actor Sonali Phogat makes people do stunts. 

Cardiac arrest is not uncommon among human beings, but when someone is facing cardiac arrest just at the age of 20 or 30s, then it is sure there are certain types of problems. We know about these people as they are celebrities. But apart from the famous people, there are many more general people’s cases also in the line.

According to the statement of Dr. Kader Sahib Ashraf, Senior Interventional Cardiologist, Apollo Hospitals. This was not common even 10 or 15 years ago. But the Indians are more prone to coronary artery disease from an early age. 

The medical statistics are showing the weather in western countries; people are getting heart attacks in their 60s. Indians are more likely to get a heart attack in their 50s. There is also a very serious concerning point that Indians have smaller blood vessels. And young people who often smoke and drink have higher chances of cardiac failure.

Let’s see what the early signs of cardiac arrest are.

  • Fainting and seizure sensation after any physical activity.
  • Irregular heartbeat and sudden sweating.
  • Dizziness and fatigue feelings.
  • Chest pain and discomfort.
  • Excessive shortness of breath during exercise.

These are the primary symptoms. Carefully monitor and always seek the help of the doc if you have sugar or blood pressure-related concerns.

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Rashmi Chadhuri
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