Cardiovascular Disease - Trivia

It has been well recognized for decades that cardiovascular disease (CVD) is a life-course and lifestyle disease. The burden of cardiovascular diseases is increasing in India. Thus, prevention of CVD is a public health priority. Please share your thoughts on one of the leading causes of mortality in our country......

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Yes prevention is better than cure CVD are no exception Lifestyle and addictions are compounding the problem True CVD are one 9f the leading causes of mortality irrespective 9f age as over burdened lifestyle with junk foods and addictions to alcohol drugs and smoking Yes if can convince the real dangers of contributing but modifying factors we can definitely improve the board and loss of manpower as well as add the years to life Yes sincerely we must look in this deeply

Thanx dr Basavaraj M Yadravi
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Nowadays CVD in India increasing and it is the leading cause of mortality. like other noncommunicable diseases it has some risk factors and it can be prevented. 1. We should exercise mainly cardiac exercise daily . 2. Healthy diet habits 3. Avoid smoking and drinking 4. Early diagnosis and taking medication regularly. 5. Avoid stress etc.

All I can say is Medicine needs to be taken seriously by the practitioners and upgradation is always required.

C V DISORDERS ARE ON THE GREAT HIKE AND ARE INCREASING RISK FACTORS HYPERTENSION D M SMOKING OBESITY GENETIC FATTY DIET LACK OF EXERCISED

Essential and helpful educative post, thanks@Medi- Insights .

Thank you Sir@Dr. Vilas Deshpande .
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Prevention is better than cure.

Thanks Dr Dinesh Gupta
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Agree with you Dr Pranab Bera, thanks for invite.

CVD is the major cause of death worldwide. It can reduce by follow some tips 1 stop chilli and spicy fast foods 2 stop tobacco 3 stop long sitting and heavy weight exercise 4 early rise and 2km walk regularly 5 yoga /prayanam daily

Excellent post

NICE EDUCATIVE USEFUL UPDATE

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