World Heart Day - Overcoming Heart Conditions – Juliana Frances

World Heart Day - Overcoming Heart Conditions

Prevent the rate of heart diseases.

World Heart Day to raise awareness of cardiovascular diseases. 

About 17.9 million people die every year other due to cardiovascular diseases. This makes up a percentage of 31% globally. With these congestive heart conditions, the cardiac muscles are not able to pump blood to the body parts. The constriction of heart vessels leads to high blood pressure and, ultimately, to a heart attack. Due to the advancements in the medical field, there are many treatments available against heart diseases. Other than this, one can go for controlling the heart disease by improving his/her lifestyle, such as doing exercise, practicing yoga, and decreasing sodium in daily life. People should be aware of the signs and symptoms to stay protected from this fatal disease. The most common symptoms of heart disease include shortness of breath, fatigue, irregular heartbeat, lack of appetite and weakness. It is very important to consult a doctor if there is an increase in chest pain or an irregular rate of heartbeat. These situations can threaten life, but taking precautionary measures and improving lifestyle highly help in coping with these issues.

Celebrating World Heart Day:

WHO makes the world celebrate this day by organizing different campaigns and seminars to prevent this global health problem. There are different methods to control and prevent from being diagnosed by cardiovascular diseases. These three main technical packages include MPOWER, SHAKE, and HEARTS. The purpose of MPOWER is to go for the tobacco control, SHAKE go for salt decreasing, while HEARTS go for providing strength to the heart. These initiatives play a significant role in overcoming the disease. One can celebrate this day by attending any of the seminars in town because it is imperative to spread knowledge about heart conditions among people.

Stay safe and protect your family by seeking awareness from the informative seminars on September 29 and celebrate World Heart Day!

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