Is Smoking Increasing the Risk of Heart Attack in Young Women

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Smoking has long been related to a higher hazard of allergies and lung cancer. However, smoking also dramatically raises the hazard of coronary heart disease, which many humans are ignorant of. This is mainly for adolescent smokers who are women. According to investigate, smoking is a huge risk aspect for coronary heart disease, especially in […]

Preventing Heart Disease with Lifestyle Changes

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Heart disease is the biggest cause of mortality in the world, and lifestyle adjustments can often avoid heart disease. You can lower your risk of heart disease and improve your general health by making little adjustments to your diet, exercise programme, and daily routine. Adopting a healthy diet is one of the most significant lifestyle […]

Chak De! India: The Role of Exercise in Cardiovascular Health

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Welcome to the Dr. Ameet Oswal Cardiac Show, where we talk related to heart health.  I’m Dr. Ameet Oswal, and in today’s episode, we’ll discuss the role of exercise in cardiovascular health. As the Movie “Chak De! India” gives as a relevant reminder, hard effort and devotion are essential for both attaining our goals and […]

5 Best Tips To Prevent Your Heart Disease

5 Best Tips To Prevent Your Heart Disease

Introduction Cardiovascular diseases account for most of the deaths worldwide each year. According to the World Health Organization (WHO) report, in 2021, more than 18 million people around the world are suffering from heart disease and it caused 32% of the deaths. According to the Indian Heart Association, India has seen an increase in the […]

How Nicotine Affects Your Heart

Are you addicted to smoking? If not, you surely know how harmful smoking is to your health. Smoking causes countless deaths yearly, including people who don’t smoke but are in the company of people who smoke. In addition, the chemicals in cigarette smoke can cause lung cancer and other health problems. Did you know that […]

Congestive Heart Failure – All You Need To Know About Heart Failure

What is Congestive Heart Failure

Overview The name “heart failure” sounds like your heart has stopped working, but it isn’t. Heart failure, also known as congestive heart failure, is a long-term condition that gets worse over time. Simply put, heart failure occurs when the heart muscle cannot pump blood as well as it should. When this happens, your heart’s pumping […]

Congenital Heart Defects (CHDs)

Congenital Heart Defects (CHDs)

Simply put, Congenital heart defects (CHDs) are one of the most common types of birth defects. The way the field of medicine has progressed has helped children with CHD to live healthier and longer lives. Proper care and advanced treatments have made children with CHD live longer and healthier lives. Today, through this blog, we […]

Is Surgery The Only Way To Treat Infective Endocarditis?

Infective Endocarditis

Infective endocarditis refers to the infection of the heart valves and the inner layer of the heart chamber, which is called the endocardium. This condition usually occurs when germs like bacteria and fungi spread from other parts of the body through blood circulation and attach themselves to the sensitive areas of the heart. This is […]

What You Need To Know About Syncope or Fainting? Is It Life Threatening?

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Overview Have you ever experienced fainting or passing out? In fact, medically fainting or passing out is known as a syncope or syncopal episode. This condition usually occurs when a sudden temporary drop in blood flow to the brain begins, causing loss of consciousness and muscle control. The person then falls into a state of […]

What is a heart Arrhythmia and when should you worry about Arrhythmia?

heart Arrhythmia

The phenomenon of irregular heartbeat or arrhythmia has become so common in today’s time that 1 out of every 5 people is suffering from it. According to a recent study, 2.2 million people are living with arrhythmia in the US alone. 1 in 4 adults over the age of 40 develops an irregular heartbeat. In […]