Cardiovascular complications are a common cause of death worldwide. Every year about 17.9 million people lose their lives due to cardiovascular problems, which is 31 percent of deaths worldwide. 85% of these deaths are caused by heart attacks and strokes. Since today (29 September) is World Heart Day, we are talking about all heart problems.
Functioning of heart
The heart is a very sensitive organ in the human body. All the time, it purifies the blood which is carried throughout the body by the veins. The health of your heart depends on many factors. Some of these factors are your age and genetics which you cannot prevent. But also the consumption of tobacco, junk food or, for example, junk food, obesity and lack of exercise increase the risk of heart disease and you can control it. This article is about people with heart problems.
high blood pressure and high cholesterol
An increase in blood pressure over time can increase the risk of cardiovascular complications. Constantly high blood pressure can damage the arteries that connect the heart, which puts a lot of stress on the heart and makes you vulnerable to a heart attack. High levels of bad cholesterol, low-density lipoprotein (LDL), causes fat to build up in the arteries. The fat layer reduces the flow of blood and oxygen that the heart needs. This causes chest pain followed by a heart attack.
If the body does not produce enough insulin, the risk of heart disease increases, even if the hormone is not properly counteracted. Uncontrolled diabetes can cause blood sugar levels to rise, which increases the chances of heart problems. In such situations, diabetes can also increase the risk of heart disease.
Obesity is harmful to health in many ways. This increases the risk of kidney problems, type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure, heart attack, and heart attack. Maintaining a healthy BMI can prevent many diseases and increase your lifespan.
Lack of physical activity
Healthy eating and physical activity are important for your health. Inactivity contributes to high blood cholesterol and obesity, both of which can be the basis for many health conditions, including heart problems.
It is true that stress and tension are an integral part of modern life that cannot be ignored. However, it is important to manage stress levels through yoga or other practices that can protect you from the risk of heart disease.
Smoking and prolonged exposure to secondhand smoke are also harmful to heart health. Tobacco can damage the heart and blood cells, putting you at increased risk of heart problems.
History of preeclampsia and auto-immune
Preeclampsia is a condition that causes high blood pressure during pregnancy, which increases the lifetime risk of heart disease. The presence of autoimmune diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis or lupus can also increase the risk of a heart attack.