Regular Gym Goers at Risk of Heart Attack: Read What India's Top Cardiac Surgeon Has to Say
In recent years many famous celebrities became the victim of Heart Attacks at a very young age. Therefore it has now become very important to understand the do’s and don’t’s for a healthy heart
In recent years many famous celebrities lost their lives due to Heart Attacks while working out in their gym. People often have the assumption of gym-goers as healthy people with fit good looking bodies. But this may not be true because many Indian celebrities who looked young and fit passed away due to cardiac arrest.
The sudden demise of famous Kannada superstar Puneeth Rajkumar at the age of 46 has been a shock for people across the country. The incident of Puneeth has raised several questions for gym-goers and brought the need to discuss the do's and don't's for a healthy heart.
Though the case of Puneeth Rajkumar is not the only one related to a heart attack. Earlier, famous Indian celebrity and Big Boss 13 winner Sidharth Shukla passed away at the age of 41 just a month ago. The actor died after suffering from a severe heart attack. Before this incident Kannada film actor, Chiranjeevi Sarja passed away at the age of 31 due to a heart attack.
On Friday 29 October Dr. Ramakanta Panda, leading heart surgeon, Vice Chairman & Managing Director of Asia Heart Institute talk about a healthy lifestyle through exercise and how to prevent heart attack. During his exclusive discussion with the media, he said that earlier 20 to 25 years ago doctors used to deal with cases of heart attack of people aged 30 or below once in six months but they encounter one such case every week. He added that exercising in the gym includes both good and bad effects and it depends on how people do their exercises. Ramakanta is regarded as India's best Heart surgeon and he is also a Padma Bhushan Awardee.
All you need to keep in mind during physical workout:
Dr. Ramakanta gave his suggestion for proper workout and how to prevent heart attack, what are causes heart attack causes in young age. The doctor said the human body needs a moderate level of physical exercise. Low level or high level of exercise may often lead to harmful effects which ultimately result in heart diseases.
The way to exercise right and moderately:
• Warm-up the body for 5-10 minutes
• 20-30 minutes of proper exercise
• Cool down the body by taking 5-10 minutes of time
Dr. Ramakanta reminds us that people must keep checking about how their body is functioning regularly. If they encounter or feel pain on the left part of the chest along with pain in joints, in that case, they should not ignore the discomfort. And if there is such a case in the history of the family, one must confront to heart doctor as soon as possible.
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