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Risk Factors &
As per a study conducted by AIIMS and ICMR, India’s
younger population (under the age of 30) are at a
greater risk of suffering from heart ailments.
In order to prevent a heart attack, it is important to
know the risk factors which cause it.
High levels of cholesterol and fat in the
body could lead to plaque formation in
the arteries, which in turn increases the
chance of heart attack.
Higher blood pressure levels,
associated with obesity and smoking,
may damage coronary arteries leading
to heart attacks.
Regular intake of tobacco rich items such
as cigarettes can result in blood clotting
& plaque formation in the arteries.
Daily alcohol consumption and overeating
can elevate stress that can lead to
increased risk of heart attacks.
When heart related diseases are a part of the
family medical history, then there are higher
chances of a person in the same lineage to
suffer from a heart attack.
Mitigate the habit of
smoking & drinking alcohol.
Maintain a healthy
and balanced diet.
Exercise daily to ensure a
Keep your blood
cholesterol to optimum
Reduce or eliminate
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