Health Vision

How yoga can help to maintain healthy heart?

Cardiovascular disease is one of the leading causes of death globally, thus it has become imperative to educate individuals about healthier lifestyle. Heart diseases and stroke are major public health problems killing several million people worldwide. It is a bigger problem for India because of the fact that younger individuals are getting affected.India is home […]

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SRCC Children’s hospital redefines holistic pediatric care in India

Every year 2.4 lakh children in India are born with Congenital Heart Diseases and one-fifth of them need specialist treatment in their first year. On the occasion of World Heart Day, SRCC Children’s Hospital managed by Narayana Health announced that it will conduct 200 cardiac surgery per month for needy children under various Government schemes […]

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Cardiovascular diseases – An insight

The epidemic of cardiovascular diseases has taken deep roots in India & many other developing countries. The burden of death due to coronary heart disease continues to increase & suitable preventive efforts are yet to make a significant impact. Now it is a well-known fact that coronary artery disease tends to occur earlier in life […]

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Why young Indians are at an increased risk of heart diseases?

People between 24 to 27 years are also being diagnosed with heart problems and a majority of those with these conditions are men.Recent data gathered by Agatsa, India’s most agile health solutions innovator, has revealed that Indians have a higher average resting heart rate of 83 beats per minute as against the desired 72. The results […]

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What are the factors that lead to Heart failure?

Heart failure occurs when the heart muscle fails to pump blood efficiently as it should. Some of the risk factors that leads to heart failure directly or indirectly are: 1.Diabetes 2.Smoking or chewing tobacco 3.Hypertension, High cholesterol or a family history 4.Lack of excercise 5.Unhealthy eating 6.Under stress/Lack of sleep 7.And the biggest risk factor is […]

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How you can lead a healthy life after a heart attack?

Don’t lose heart. Even after a heart attack, you can lead a healthy and productive life.With the progressive hardening and narrowing of coronary blood vessels, the blood supply to the heart muscle starts diminishing. As long as the blood supply is adequate to meet the demands of the heart an individual will not have any […]

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Heart Attack: When bystanders turn Good Samaritans

Doctors at Sakra World Hospital saved the life of a 42-year-old auto driver by performing emergency angioplasty. Mr. Balu (name changed) was brought into the Hospital by his fellow auto drivers.   He suffered from diabetes and hypertension and complained of severe central chest pain radiating from his left arm. Mr. Balu was immediately admitted and […]

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What causes Heart Attack

Symptoms and Prevention of a heart attack If you believe you are experiencing a heart attack or stroke, contact your emergency response system immediately.  If you are with someone who is experiencing this symptom drive them to the hospital immediately. Central crushing chest pain Heavy sweating Nausea and/or vomiting Cold, clammy feeling hands Palpitations shortness of […]

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Healthy lifestyle – A key to healthy heart.

Good heart health is good for “My Heart, for Your Heart“, for all our hearts. World Heart Day, celebrated every year on September 29, spreads awareness about cardiovascular disease and highlights the actions that individuals can take to prevent and control CVD. Roughly a third of all deaths around the world are the result of […]

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