World Heart Day 2020: Know what is the history, theme of Heart Day and what to do to avoid it

World Heart Day 2020: Know what is the history, theme of Heart Day and what to do to avoid it

Hello friends, today is World Heart Day. World Heart Day is celebrated on 29 September every year to make people aware of the health of the heart. The beginning of celebrating this special day was first started in the year 2000. At that time it was decided that World Heart Day would be celebrated every year on the last Sunday of September. The purpose behind celebrating this day is to make people aware of heart-related diseases.

 

Every year a theme is laid on World Heart Day. This year, the theme of World Heart Day 2020 is “Use heart to beat cardiovascular disease.” Today, from a young age to the elderly can be seen suffering from heart disease. Heart disease is emerging as a serious disease all over the world today. Every fifth person in India is a heart patient. According to the World Heart Federation, about 18 million patients die each year from cardiac diseases.

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Know what is the history of this day:

World Heart Day was started in 2000. At that time it was decided that World Heart Day would be celebrated on the last Sunday of September every year, but in 2014 a fixed date was fixed for it. Then it is celebrated as World Heart Day on 29 September every year. Volunteer organization ‘World Heart Federation’ celebrates World Heart Day every year with the participation of the World Health Organization.

Blood accumulates in parts of the heart during a heart attack. In such cases, delay in getting treatment will cause more harm to the heart and body. Symptoms may also appear immediately and may be delayed. Like cardiac arrest, heart attacks do not stop suddenly in a heart attack. A few hours or a few days after a heart attack, it has a bad effect.

In the case of cardiac arrest, the exchange of information in the inner parts of the heart becomes messed up. Due to this, the heartbeat has a bad effect. It attempts to regularize and smooth the heart rate of the victim through cardiopulmonary resistance (CPR). According to health experts, people who have had a heart attack earlier are more prone to cardiac arrest.

* Exercise or do yoga every day for at least 30 minutes until you sweat.

 

* Make a habit of using stairs instead of walking, cycling, and elevators.

 

* Regularly get your heart checked up like ECG-Eco-TMT-CAT.

 

* Include fruits and salads in the diet.

 

* Use alcohol sparingly.

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