It affects the younger population as well, especially those who have had diabetes for a long period of time and those with poor blood sugar control.
‘10 per cent of patients suffer from cardiovascular ailments when exposed to the invisible killer’
Exposure to fine particulate matter has been associated with several cardiovascular and cardio-metabolic diseases, the study said. The study is part of ongoing research into chronic diseases in India.
On the occasion of World Heart Day, which is celebrated on September 29 every year, doctors are suggesting that it is a reminder to everyone to take care of their hearts.
Research has shown that snacking after 9 p.m. was linked to blood indicators that were worse than at any other time. Snacks at this time typically consisted of calorie-dense, high-fat and sugar items.
Union Health Minister Mansukh Mandaviya informed the parliament that studies are underway on cases of sudden cardiac arrest among youngsters.
With Dr Manjunath’s contributions, Karnataka’s access to affordable cardiac care improved over time with multiple hospitals opened in Mysuru, Bengaluru and Kalaburagi.