Enemies of the heart are junk food & gymkhana

New Delhi, Sep 29 (Agency) The increasing incidence of cardiac arrest in India at an early age needs to be taken very seriously by the youth and the need of the hour is to take this as a challenge and take every step to avoid it. Padma Shri Mohsin Wali, who was the personal physician of former President R Venkataraman, Shri Shankar Dayal Sharma and Shri Pranab Mukherjee, said in an interview with ‘Varta’ on the occasion of ‘Heart Day’ on Thursday that the rapidly deteriorating lifestyle causes many diseases.
Is the mother of whom cardiac arrest is the most prominent. Professor Wali, who achieved the distinction of becoming the President’s personal physician at the youngest (33), said, “You have seen how fit KK, Siddharth Shukla, Puneet Rajkumar and all the youths who lost their lives to cardiac arrest in the recent incidents look so fit. Some have died of cardiac arrest at the age of 19 and some at the age of 29. At present, people in the age group of 20 to 50 are falling prey to it. Dr Wali, a world-renowned doctor who has researched heart diseases for a long time, said, “Many incidents of cardiac arrest have happened in the gymkhana.

There is always a risk of becoming a victim of cardiac arrest at a young age in the process of making dole-sholay. Our youth will be healthy till 100 years if we follow the desi trick. It is best that our youth do brisk walk in the fresh air in the morning, do light exercise and yoga and eat home food. Dr expressing concern over the eating habits of the youth, Wali said, “Tonight the increasing number of children sleeping through the night and sleeping during the day is a matter of grave concern. When the parents are asleep, then at two o’clock in the night all the junk food including pizza, momos, burger, noodles, all the junk food are present at the gesture of one finger of your children. Children do not get a full night’s sleep, due to which there is a risk of many serious diseases including Alzheimer’s and cardiac arrest. He said, “The work from home culture has further increased the addiction to smoking. Dr Wali, who was awarded the Padma Shri in the year 2007 for his remarkable contribution in the field of medicine, said, “Apart from bad lifestyle, gore anxiety also proves to be fatal. He said that some people think of cardiac arrest as a heart attack, but these two are different. He said, “I urge all the people, especially the youth, to make their lifestyle healthy by taking care of their parents if not themselves.