World Heart Day

World Heart Day

World Heart Day

 

September 29 is World Heart Day, and this day cardiovascular diseases are the leading cause of death.

Cardiovascular diseases, which include cardiac and cerebrovascular diseases, are responsible for 17.5 million premature deaths. If we do not plan a change in our habits, these changes will increase to 23 million deaths by 2030.

A healthy diet and regular physical activity are key to improving our cardiovascular health and running fitness.

Who are the risk factors that can affect our cardiovascular health?

  • Menjar i beure appropriately. A healthy and balanced diet provides our body with the fuel necessary to live a full life.
  • It pays attention to both our blood glucose levels. If we suffer from undiagnosed and early treated diabetes, our chances of developing cardiovascular diseases increase.
  • Sports and physical activity will help improve our physical and mental status, reducing the risk of cardiovascular diseases.
  • Perform periodic blood pressure controls. Excessively high blood pressure is a risk factor.
  • Control your cholesterol and BMI levels.
  • If you are smokers, it is time to quit. Health care and economic health will be better.

From Neosalus we aim to create cardio-protected countries and ensure that cardiovascular emergencies continue to be addressed at the highest level of success possible.