Cardiovascular heart disease that plagues Indian youth

World Health Organization (WHO) data shows that cardiovascular heart disease is the number one cause of death worldwide.

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But what’s worse is that heart disease isn’t just limited to the elderly. With increased stress levels, inconsistent work-balance, India’s youth is also suffering from heart disease.

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Young people suffer from cardiovascular heart disease and it is increasing all over the world. Several issues of concern to a group of doctors focused on this have been revealed.

Data were collected from over 70,000 ECGs taken by the SunKitLife device, trying to improve the cardiovascular health of Indians using the latest devices available.

Their findings suggest that young people between the ages of 24 and 27 suffer from heart problems and that the majority of this population is men.

People over the age of 60 have a higher heart rate, which may indicate an increased stress level in young people.

The results were confirmed by another study conducted by the Indian Heart Study on 18,000 participants in 35 Indian cities.

In particular, cardiovascular deaths (CVDs) have emerged as a major public health problem in India. It affects people of all classes.

Doctors suggest that stress is a major cause of heart problems in the young population, and therefore requires immediate lifestyle changes.

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