Thursday, February 9, 2023

Year Ender 2022: This year was very challenging for heart health, deaths due to sudden heart attack while walking

Only a few days are left in the year 2022, then welcome the new year. If we remember the events of this year in terms of health, then this year was challenging in many respects. Due to the Corona epidemic that has been going on for the last three years, the third wave was definitely seen in the country in the beginning of the year, although it was controlled to a great extent with time, but a problem which remained very challenging for the people throughout the year and in the coming years. What experts are alerting about in the year also, is the increasing cases of heart attack and cardiac arrest. The year 2022 can be considered quite challenging for heart health.

This year, cases of heart attack were in the headlines, especially sudden heart attack in which people got heart attack while walking and dancing, due to which they died. This threat is still continuing and health experts are alerting people for the year 2023 as well.

Until a few decades ago, heart attack was known to be a problem with ageing, but this year, the risk of it was also seen in people aged 30-40.

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Many such cases of heart attack-cardiac arrest were also registered this year in which the person had no known heart disease earlier. People got heart attack even while dancing on DJ, walking on the road, working. Many videos and pictures related to this dominated the social media throughout the year.

During a program in Bareilly, a 48-year-old man suffered a heart attack due to which he died instantly.

Similarly, in September, a 20-year-old stage artist from Jammu also died due to a sudden heart attack in a similar manner. You must have also read the news of sudden death of many people while dancing in front of DJ.

Many celebrities also became victims

This year was very much discussed about the increasing cases of heart attack, many celebrities also fell victim to it. On August 10, famous comedian Raju Srivastava suffered a heart attack during a workout in the gym, he was hospitalized for almost a month, though he died on September 21. Similarly, famous singer KK died due to a sudden heart attack during a program on 31st May.

Why heart attack cases increased

Deaths due to sudden cardiac arrest continue to be a cause of great concern for health experts. Cardiologist Dr Amit Pendarkar It is said that the side effects of Kovid-19 are also being seen as a reason for this. Researchers found that infection with the coronavirus affects the inner surfaces of veins and arteries, which can lead to inflammation of the blood vessel, a condition that can lead to a heart attack.

Apart from this, the loud sound of DJs (which increases the pressure on the heart) is seen to damage the sympathetic nervous system, which can make people prone to increased heart rate. Disturbance of diet and routine is also considered as one of its main reasons.

challenge for next year

Health experts say, the risk of heart diseases remains even in young people, this situation is challenging in many cases. To reduce the risk of heart diseases in the year 2023, all people need to take special precautions. Healthy people should also get their heart checked, as well as it is very important to keep taking measures to keep it healthy. Keep the diet healthy, definitely include exercise in the routine. Some such important measures can reduce your risks.


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