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Heart diseases gripping young Indians due to poor lifestyle: Experts

Experts believe that the number of people suffering from heart disease has increased significantly due to poor lifestyle, lack of exercise, wrong diet and stress. According to experts, heart disease in India may take the form of an epidemic in the coming decades.

By Ruchi Upadhyay 
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Washington: Heart disease is being discussed everywhere for the last few years. Poor lifestyle, wrong eating habits, low awareness of risk factors and poor health monitoring are all contributing towards heart disease. Heart diseases are mostly found in Indian youth due to poor lifestyle People who do yoga regularly. Live a healthy lifestyle, they do not get many diseases. Apart from this, the glow of the skin also remains with yoga. Yoga has the ability to prevent many serious diseases from happening. Yoga can also prevent cardiovascular diseases.

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Eminent experts say that yoga can help prevent cardiovascular diseases. He believes that the number of people suffering from heart disease has increased significantly due to poor lifestyle, lack of exercise, wrong diet and stress. According to experts, heart disease in India may take the form of an epidemic in the coming decades.

Dr Naresh Trehan says that people should not eat fried food or sweets excessively. Sometimes it is okay but it should not be done continuously. Obesity increases the risk of heart diseases.

The American Academy of Yoga and Meditation (AAYM) has warned that in the coming decade, India will surpass all western countries in terms of cardiovascular diseases. AAYM is a non-profit organization of physicians, scientists and other academics that regularly trains doctors to understand the use of yoga in medicine.

The American Academy said that India is facing an epidemic-like situation in terms of diabetes and high blood pressure and is moving towards becoming the ‘heart disease capital’ of the world. It is noteworthy that the AAYM is organizing an online seminar in the name of its public platform ‘Ganga Mississippi Dialogue’, in which it is being outlined how yoga can be used to prevent heart diseases.

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Heart attack, stroke, high blood pressure, diabetes and clogged arteries are some of the diseases, which can either be prevented or reduced by yoga, the statement said. According to the statement, the program, organized on the occasion of World Heart Day on September 29, will be broadcast on October 3 to create awareness in the US and internationally.

Dr. H.R. Nagendra said, “There has been a sudden increase in cardiovascular diseases globally due to poor lifestyle choices.” The institute uses yoga to cure diseases.

Dr. Nagendra, yoga advisor to prominent personalities, including Prime Minister Narendra Modi, said, “Stress is primarily lethal and yoga balances the automatic nervous system and removes stress and its ill effects.” School affiliated with the University of Memphis, Memphis. Professor of Health and Cardiologist and Cardiac Electrophysiologist at VA Medical Center Dr. Indranil Basu Rai said that many research papers and extensive analysis show the positive effect of yoga in reducing the risk of heart disease.

He said, ‘Therefore, doing yoga regularly can help reduce the risk of heart attack, stroke, heart attack and blockage of the arteries.’ Dr. Rai said, ‘Advanced molecular biology and imaging technology has clarified It has been clearly outlined that yoga may limit the activity of stress-causing genes, which increase tension in blood vessels and which can lead to heart attack, stroke and heart attack.

Dr. Dilip Sarkar, former president of the influential international yoga organization IAYT, said, “Stress is the root cause of high blood pressure and diabetes and can be improved with medication, but it can be completely cured or halted with yoga and meditation with lifestyle changes.” Dr. Nirmal Gupta, Head of the Department of Cardiovascular Surgery at the prestigious Institute of Medical Sciences near New Delhi, said, “The deaths and pains caused by this pandemic have resulted in regular yoga and meditation, low-fat diet and stress.” This can be avoided by adopting a free lifestyle.

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