Heart Disease: A researcher from the Department of Cardiology and Radiology of Sir Ganga Ram Hospital has made a strange disclosure about Indians. Dr. JPS Sahni, Chairman, Cardiology Department of Sir Ganga Ram Hospital said that through this research, we want to put some facts in front of the public.
Sahni further says, ‘There is a myth among Indians about heart disease, which we have tried to dispel through this research. For a long time, there is such a concept among people that most of the Indians get heart disease because their heart arteries are small. Through this research, we want to tell that there is nothing like this. Due to wrong lifestyle, not exercising, the risk of heart disease is high.
Does small artery size increase the risk of heart disease?
of this research Under 250 patients were kept under observation. These all The size of the arteries of the patients was small and all of them were suffering from heart disease. This research done on 250 patients has been published in ‘Journal of Indian College of Cardiology’.
Dr. JPS Sahni who is the Chairman of the Cardiology Department of Sir Ganga Ram Hospital and the Head Author of this Journal. He said that throughout this research it was found that 51% of these 250 people were high blood pressure, 18% were diabetic patients, 4% were smokers. 28 percent were dyslipidemic, and 26 percent were people with a family history of heart disease. Such It is inevitable in the situation that you will be suffering from heart disease.
Dr Ashwini Mehta, author and senior consultant, Department of Cardiology, Sir Ganga Ram Hospital, said, “Research has found that Indian men have larger arteries than women. But heart attack happens to more men only. It does not matter what is the size of the heart or the size of the artery, says Ashwini. Indians get disease like atherosclerosis because Because fat gets deposited in the arteries of their heart and all this happens due to bad lifestyle.
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