World Heart Day: Why Celebrates It?

World Heart Day is celebrated widely around the world on September 29th. It is celebrated to provide exposure to the public about the rate of cardiovascular disease, which is very alarming at this time.

For your information, in the past, most heart patients were men due to smoking, but now women also tend to suffer from heart disease even though the hormone estrogen should protect most young women. This shows that most people overlook the long-term effects (10-15 years) of "basic" disease problems such as diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol that are not treated will lead to heart disease.

All about heart that you need to know:

Types of heart disease

  • Ischemic heart disease (IHD)
  • Heart valve disease.
  • Cardiomyopathy
  • Rhythm problems (arrhythmias)

 

 

Normal heart rate

The standard heart rate is between 60 to 90 per minute, but this rate can change depending on several factors; for example, the heart rate will be higher after exercising. Heart rate will also be higher during fever, anaemia or lack of red blood cells, and pregnancy. The heart will beat slowly due to medication factors or the heart’s own failure to function.

 

Symptoms of heart disease:

  • Pain is concentrated in the heart and felt outside the chest, shoulders, neck, hands, arms, and fingers.
  • Having difficulty breathing
  • Having palpitation or rapid heartbeat.

 

Ways to prevent heart disease:

  • Adopt a healthy lifestyle by exercising regularly
  • Excess foods that contain "healthy fat."
  • Practice healthy oils such as olive oil to reduce the risk of helping to lower high cholesterol levels in the blood
  • Always make a health check and refer to a specialist
  • Stop smoking
  • Avoid being stressed and depressed.

Let us all practice a healthy lifestyle and take natural and organic nutrition, high quality and proven from scientific studies to prevent this disease.