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MAINTAINING A HEALTHY HEART AND SYMPTOMS OF HEART DISEASE

Dr. P. Rajendra Kumar Jain, Monday, October 28, 2019

Recent studies conducted by experts and heart care institutes reveal that the number of heart patients in India is dramatically going to increase over the next few years owing to various reasons. So, it’s high time that we all should be aware of the ways in which we can keep our heart healthy and avoid heart diseases to live a healthy and fun-filled life. Here are some of the ways in which we can keep our heart healthy:

  • Daily activity – This is the best way to keep hearts healthy. The best cardiac surgeons in Hyderabad suggest that daily cardio of half an hour is enough to keep your cardiac system working properly and avoid heart diseases.
  • Proper Food – Food plays a big role in keeping hearts healthy. In India, people are inclined to have oily food that plays a big role in thickening arteries and heart blockages. Avoiding sugar-rich and oily food can help in a great way to maintain a healthy heart.
  • Routine check-up – Those already diagnosed with heart disease or difficulties should be in routine check-ups. The best cardiac hospitals in Hyderabad offer a thorough check-up where patients can get their tests done easily and get advice from the best cardiothoracic surgeons in Hyderabad. These hospitals also provide the best treatment in various heart conditions and are among the topmost heart transplant hospitals in India.


The symptoms of a Heart Disease:

Heart diseases have a variety of symptoms. The common ones include chest pain, un-explained and excruciating pain in the left shoulder, feeling heavy at the chest, inconsistent heartbeats, etc. So those with such symptoms should be careful and get in touch with the best heart hospitals in Hyderabad. These hospitals have some of the best cardiologists in Hyderabad India.

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