Heart Of The Matter: Dealing With Cardiovascular Diseases

Tips for ParentBy Onlymyhealth Editorial Team / Sep 10, 2019

In times when people of all age groups are suffering from various cardiovascular diseases, there is a dire need to spread awareness about this medical condition in detail. In most cases, there are several myths and misconceptions that people have been blindly following. The need of the hour is to make people understand how cardiovascular diseases progress and what are the actual reasons behind it. With the World Heart Day 2019 approaching onlymyhealth.com collaborates with Dr Naresh Trehan, Chairman And Managing Director, Medanta - The Medicity, to spread awareness about how cardiovascular diseases progress and what are the reasons behind it.

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A major misconception that needs to be busted is that cardiovascular diseases come with age. However, due to sedentary lifestyles and unhealthy eating habits, this condition is fast becoming common among youth. The key to having a healthy heart is to have an active lifestyle, to eat a healthy diet and to work towards a disease-free life by going in for regular checkups. This video talks everything related to cardiovascular diseases, its symptoms, triggers and ways to stay safe from the risk of heart failure and strokes.

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