A heart attack does not always occur with obvious symptoms. When a heart attack has minimal, unrecognized or no symptoms, it is called a silent heart attack or silent ischemia.
Heart disease is one of the prime causes of death worldwide and is mostly preventable by changing your lifestyle and managing risk factors.
An unhealthy lifestyle will eventually lead to an unhealthy heart. Here are some tips by a cardiologist to achieve a healthy heart despite having a busy work schedule.
According to the World Heart Federation, heart diseases alone are responsible for 17.9 million deaths every year
One should ensure that they are eating right, doing adequate exercise, avoiding alcohol and tobacco to ensure the good health of their heart.
There is a stark difference in the way heart-related ailments are handled by the female body in comparison to the male body and this has its roots in the physiological functioning of the two.
Proper diet and regular exercise help you keep many diseases away from you, and if you already have it, it helps in controlling it.
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