Heart attack cases are being reported every day from every corner of the country. This is becoming a matter of serious concern. The most surprising thing is that since the Corona epidemic, cases of heart attacks have increased, especially among the youth. Recently, two such cases have come to light which will increase anyone’s concern. Because the way people are becoming victims of heart attacks is a matter of concern as well as frightening. In Gujarat, a 19-year-old boy fell victim to a heart attack during Garba practice. When the boy was taken to a nearby hospital, the doctor declared him dead.
Based on research, these can be the reasons for heart attack at a young age.
Today’s youth are far away from a healthy diet. As much as he enjoys eating fast food, he does not like home-cooked food. Today’s generation is preferring to eat fried and oily food from the market.
The biggest cause of heart attack in youth is excessive stress at an early age. This stress can be of many types like financial, family reasons, sudden death of someone in the family. Doctors believe that most of the youth are becoming victims of heart attacks due to stress.
Not getting enough sleep
6-8 hours of sleep is very important. But today’s young generation is so crazy about smart phones that they do not care about sleep. One cannot get enough sleep due to Instagram and social media scrolling. Due to which cases of heart attack are increasing.
If someone in the family has died due to a heart attack, then they need to be more alert than others. The biggest cause of heart attack is also genetic.
exercise within limits
In recent times, it has been seen that those who exercise a lot and remain fit have also become victims of heart disease. There is a limit to anything. In such a situation, whenever you exercise, do it according to your body. Because in many cases of heart attack, it has been seen that too much exercise is also the reason for it.
Is cardio better for the heart than strength training?
There are a lot of claims that say strength training is better than cardio. But experts believe that both these exercises complement each other. And both should be done regularly. However, cardio exercise and strength training should be reduced or avoided by those people who have a family history of heart disease. Whenever you go to the gym, it is very important that you tell your trainer about your family history and your diseases. Many times, hiding about these diseases can be fatal for you. Especially cardio and strength training has the biggest impact on your heart, which later results in heart attack.