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Sidharth Shukla’s Death: Why Are Young People Suffering From Heart Attack at This Massive Rate? Doctor Speaks | Exclusive

Young People Suffering from Heart Attack. Know why here…

Friday, 3rd September 2021

India woke up to the unfortunate news that actor Sidharth Shukla died young due to a severe heart attack. He is 40 years old. According to reports, the actor was unwell last night, took medication, and went to bed early. He did not wake up this morning, and relatives took him directly to the hospital. He was pronounced dead on arrival, and the doctor confirmed that he died in his sleep. The Brotherhood of Film and Television and fans were shocked. Over the years, the rate of heart attacks among young people has doubled. People in their 20s, 30s, and 40s are victims of cardiovascular disease.


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According to a study, heart attacks, formerly known as diseases of the elderly, are now surprisingly common among people 40 years and younger. The study compared people who were 4150 years old and 40 years old or younger with heart attack survivors and found that among patients who had a heart attack at a young age, they were usually 40 years old or younger. In July, actress Mandira Bedi's husband Raj Kaushal died of a heart attack. But why are young people at risk of a heart attack?


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Aakash Healthcare cardiologist Dr. Ashish Agarwal said in an interview with india.com: "Although it is very sad, the death of this actor points out the biggest problem of the growing heart problems among young people today. The main reasons are alcoholism, smoking, and sleep. Irregularities increased stress, and a sedentary lifestyle leads to reduced physical activity.”


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Dr. Agarwal further mentioned that a good body is not a sign of good health. "All these lifestyle changes are increasing the risks and events of chronic diseases such as high blood pressure and diabetes-we see patients in their 20s and 30s suffering from high cholesterol. In fact, the World Economic Forum predicts that 50% of people who die at a young age will die from diabetes and heart disease. Some people may also have a family history of such diseases, further increasing their risk. It is wrong to think that having a fit body is a sign of health: people should choose healthy foods, including vegetables and lifestyle, avoid alcohol and smoke completely, and sleep at least 78 hours. Those with a family history of high blood pressure or heart disease should monitor their health through annual exams since the mid-1930s," he explained.


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According to research, the rate of heart attacks among people under 40 has been on the rise ., An increase of 2% per year in the last 10 years. Harvard University associate professor Ron Blankstein said: “In the past, heart attacks were very rare for people under 40, and some of them are now in their 20s and 30s.”


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