Love My Heart, Your Heart!

Posted by on Sep 22, 2018 in Swavalamban Blog

Care & Inspire Each Other for Healthy Heart

Heart is not only one of the most vital organ of body, but till ages it symbolizes love, care n compassion.

Whether a person is happy or sad, excited or depressed, the heart will be affected the most.
Thus, maintaining a good heart health is very important not only for a longer life, but for enjoying a healthy n hearty life.


तेज़ी से बदलती हुए जीवन-शैली के परिणामस्वरूप हृदय रोगों की संख्या में भी अत्यधिक इज़ाफ़ा हुआ है, अतः समस्त विश्व में लोगों को हार्ट हेल्थ एवं हृदय रोगों के प्रति जागरूक करने के उद्देश्य सेWorld Heart Dayका आयोजन प्रतिवर्ष 29 September को किया जाता है.


वर्ल्ड हार्ट फाउंडेशन के अनुसार समस्त विश्व में प्रति वर्ष करीब १७ लाख से ज्यादा लोगों की जान किसी न किसी प्रकार के हृदय रोगों की वजह से जाती है जो की That’s a third of all deaths on the planet and half of all non-communicable-disease-related deaths. इनमे से ८०% उन आबादी वाले क्षेत्रों में से है तो की या तो निम्न-मध्यमं वर्ग हैं या फिर जहाँ हृदय रोगों से सम्बंधित चेतना का आभाव hai.



This observance also inform people about cardiovascular diseases, which is the cause of half of non-communicable disease related death. This day promotes awareness about healthy lifestyle n also about preventative measures to reduce the risk of cardiovascular diseases.


My Heart, Your Heart- Let’s Say Yes to Heart Health

The theme for this year isMy Heart, Your Heart” जो हमे एवं हमारे प्रियजनों के स्वास्थ्य को बेहतर बनाने के लिए प्रेरित करती है . It also focuses on healthy lifestyle measures which need to be incorporated in everyday life in order to prevent the risk of CVD ( cardio-vascular diseases). It also encourages each of Us to inspire Others about Healthy Heart Habits n keep CVD at bay. पोषक एवं सही आहार, भोजन पकने/बनाने के लिए उचित सामग्री का संतुलित इस्तेमाल, नियमित कसरत और व्यायाम, साथ ही धम्रपान/ तम्बाकू से दूरी- thses are all essential for our good heart health.



Risk factores for heart disease

Heart related disorders are not only confined to adults, but it can affect any age group.

Children are also vulnerable too. About 1.35 million babies are born with congenital heart disease every year.

Moreover, children may have to face the emotional consequences of seeing a loved one becoming ill with CVD.



The unhealthy lifestyles that lead to cardiovascular disease often begin in childhood and adolescence, so that prevention of heart disease must begin there. A healthy heart starts from childhood, the best time to adopt heart-healthy behaviors and reduce risks.


The risk factors can be eliminated/ prevented by adapting certain lifestyle modification techniques n switching on to a better n healthier lifestyle.



So, Do Take Good Care of Your Heart.


as We Only have…

One Life, One Heart!!!



Dr. Pooja Pathak


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