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See all Premium member Presentation Transcript Prevention of Heart Disease : Prevention of Heart Disease What is Heart Disease? : What is Heart Disease? Heart : The most hard-working muscle of our body – pumps 4-5 litres of blood every minute during rest Supplies nutrients and oxygen rich blood to all body parts, including itself Coronary arteries surrounding the heart keep it nourished with blood What is Atherosclerosiswhat is coronary artery disease? : What is Atherosclerosiswhat is coronary artery disease? Over time, fatty deposits called plaque build up within the artery walls. The artery becomes narrow. This is atherosclerosis When this occurs in the coronary arteries, heart does not get sufficient blood, the condition is called coronary artery disease, or coronary heart disease Slide 4: Myth : fat deposits at old age! It starts from 2 years of age Foam Cells Fatty Streak Intermediate Lesion Atheroma Fibrous Plaque Complicated Lesion/ Rupture Adapted from Pepine CJ. Am J Cardiol. 1998;82(suppl 104). From First Decade From Third Decade From Fourth Decade Are Other organs Affected? : Are Other organs Affected? Ischemic Stroke Peripheral Vascular Disease Coronary Heart Disease Angina MI (Heart Attack) Sudden Cardiac Death What are the symptoms of Coronary artery disease? : What are the symptoms of Coronary artery disease? No symptoms for long period Chest pain for short period on exertion also known as Angina or minor heart attack Myocardial Infarction or major heart attack-Severe chest pain, death of heart muscle, heart failure, irregular heart beats Sudden Death How Big is the Problem ? : How Big is the Problem ? No. 1 killer disease worldwide 12 Million deaths annually During last 30 years large declines in developed countries -rising health awareness and government programmes Alarming increase in developing countries especially India Why Should I (Indian) be Worried ? : Why Should I (Indian) be Worried ? Indians More susceptible that any other ethnic group 3.4 times more than Americans 6 times more than Chinese 20 times more than Japanese Occurs at lower cholesterol Get the disease at much younger age 5-10 years earlier than other communities Disease follows more severe and malignant course 3 times higher rate of second heart attack and two times higher mortality than whites Why Me ? : Why Me ? Genetic predisposition Poor handling of fats and metabolic syndrome Diabetes, obesity, high BP, Coronary artery disease Environmental insults Urbanization Sudden change in lifestyle What Increases Risk? : What Increases Risk? You can’t help it ! Age: Men > 45; Women > 55 Sex Race Family History You can !! High Cholesterol Smoking High Blood Pressure Diabetes Obesity Alcohol Physical Inactivity Cholesterol ( A type of fat) : Cholesterol ( A type of fat) Everybody needs cholesterol, it serves a vital function in the body. It circulates in the blood. Too much cholesterol can deposit in the arteries in the form of plaque and block them No symptoms till heart attack Where does it come from ? : Where does it come from ? Two sources of cholesterol: Food & made in your body Food sources: All foods containing animal fat and meat products 65% 35% Good vs. BAD Cholesterol : Good vs. BAD Cholesterol LDL cholesterol is known as bad cholesterol. It has a tendency to increase risk of heart disease LDL cholesterol is a major component of the plaque that clogs arteries HDL cholesterol is known as the good cholesterol. Higher in women, increases with exercise HDL cholesterol helps carry some of the bad cholesterol out of arteries. Obesity : Obesity People who are overweight (10-30 % more than their normal body weight) Obese have 2 to 6 times the risk of developing heart disease Normal Waist-Hip Ratio < 0.85 for women; < 0.95 for men Pears or apples? Pears and Apples : Pears and Apples Apple-shaped paunch store body fat around the abdomen and chest, surrounding internal organs Pear-shaped paunch store fat on the hips and thighs, just below the surface of the skin. Apple- shaped are at a higher risk Physical Inactivity : Physical Inactivity Cigarette Smoking : Cigarette Smoking Increases blood pressure Decreases HDL Damages arteries and blood cells Increases heart attacks Cigarette smoke contains more than 4,000 chemicals, and 200 of these chemicals are poisonous Cigarette Smoking : Cigarette Smoking If you think YOU are smoking the cigarette, you are mistaken… It’s the other way round ! Alcohol Consumption : Alcohol Consumption In small amounts it is beneficial: 1-2 drinks In large amounts it adds fat and calories & raises BP! 4 drinks per day. You end up with gastroenterologist instead of cardiologist This is a very fine line! Finer for women as they are at higher risk Diabetes : Diabetes At any given cholesterol level, diabetic persons have a 2 or 3 x higher risk of heart attack or stroke A diabetic is more likely to die of a heart attack than a non-diabetic ~80% Diabetics die from heart disease Risk of sudden death from a heart attack for a diabetic is the same as that of someone who has already had a heart attack. Interactions of Risk Factors : Risk operates across a continuum - no clearcut line (Blood Pressure; Cholesterol; overweight; Smoking) The risk is multiplicative when many risk factors co- exist; risk factors often cluster together Majority of events arise in individuals with modest elevations of many risk factors than from marked elevation of a single risk factor Interactions of Risk Factors Misfortunes always come in by a door that has been left open for them. : Misfortunes always come in by a door that has been left open for them. Czechoslovakian proverb Slide 23: Everyday you make choices to try to help protect yourself and your family. In fact, protecting yourself has become second nature—you just do it. But do you know what you can do to help protect yourself from this number 1 cause of death- Heart Disease? For my car, I want the best mechanic. : For my car, I want the best mechanic. But for my own body, I follow hearsay and advice from friends, kitty party, local quacks…. Just anyone And decide for the worst Creative strategies do not work ! : Creative strategies do not work ! Karva Chauth! Never had a test or retest Never been to Doctor ! I hate them Never take medicines! My BP is normal, so stopped meds! Miracle men and Miracle Medicines! So many of them I am my own doctor! No fees too Preventing Heart Disease Rule #1 Look before your eat : Preventing Heart Disease Rule #1 Look before your eat Eat a variety of fruits and vegetables every day. (5 servings - they are naturally low in fat and high in vitamins and minerals and anti oxidants). Eat colored vegetables and fruits Eat a variety of grain products Choose nonfat or low-fat products. Use less fat meats- chicken, fish and lean cuts Switch to fat-free milk—toned/skimmed milk Dietary Guidelines : Dietary Guidelines Limit your intake of foods high in calories and low in nutrition, including foods like soft drinks, candy, junk food Limit foods high in saturated fat, trans- fat and cholesterol Eat less than 6 gms of salt a day Have no more than1-2 alcoholic drink a day if you are a regular drinker Limit / Avoid : Limit / Avoid Foods rich in Cholesterol and Saturated fats Egg Yolk Fatty meat & organ meat( Liver) Butter chicken / Batter fried fish ! Milk fat – Desi Ghee, Butter, Cheese, Malai, Rabri, Khurchan, Doda, Ice Cream, full cream milk, Hidden Fat like Bakery biscuits, Patties (!), Cakes, Pastries, Cooking Oils: The mystery of PUFA / MUFA : Cooking Oils: The mystery of PUFA / MUFA Saturated Fats : Increase Cholesterol – Avoid Coconut oil, Palm oil, Vanaspati ghee Monounsaturated Fats (MUFA): Heart healthy Olive oil, Groundnut oil, Canola oil, Mustard oil Polyunsaturated Fats (PUFA): Heart healthy Sunflower oil, Soybean oil Omega-3-Fatty acids Fish oil : Heart Healthy Rotate the oils or Mixture of oils Preventing Heart Disease Rule #2 Exercise : Preventing Heart Disease Rule #2 Exercise Maintain a level of physical activity that keeps you fit and matches the calories you eat Serves several functions in preventing and treating those at high risk Reduces incidence of obesity Increases HDL Lowers LDL and total cholesterol Helps control diabetes and hypertension Exercise, Exercise, Exercise : Exercise, Exercise, Exercise Mortality is halved in retired men who walk more than two miles every day Regular exercise can halve the risk of heart disease, particularly in men who walk briskly Someone who is inactive has as great a risk of having heart disease as someone who smokes, has high blood pressure or has high cholesterol Exercise significantly reduces the chances of diabetes and stroke With regular exercise, blood pressure in those with hypertension is reduced by as much as 20mms Hg Exercise and Heart Disease : Exercise and Heart Disease Moderate to intense physical activity for 30-45 minutes on most days of the week is recommended Walking for a healthy heart : Walking for a healthy heart Complicated exercise machines or sweating it out in the gym not essential JUST WALK! Rule # 3 Stop Smoking NOW! : Rule # 3 Stop Smoking NOW! The risk of heart attack starts decreasing within 24 hours of quitting smoking, within 1 year of quitting, CHD risk decreases significantly, within 2 years it reaches the level of a nonsmoker Smell and taste improve within days Within three months of quitting, the smokers' cough disappears in most people Rule # 3 Stop Smoking NOW! : Rule # 3 Stop Smoking NOW! Benefits much beyond Heart Disease : Benefits much beyond Heart Disease Rule # 4 Know your Number! : Rule # 4 Know your Number! Desirable numbers Total cholesterol < 200; LDL < 100 HDL > 40 triglycerides < 200 Get the levels tested routinely and keep them under control The only thing worse than finding out that you have one of these conditions is…….NOT finding out that you have it!! And that’s not your Mobile Number! Benefits of reducing cholesterol : 10% reduction of blood cholesterol produces 20-30% decline in CHD deaths Benefits of reducing cholesterol All Adults >20 yrs must get tested- if normal test again after 5 years, if elevated, work towards normalizing the levels with lifestyle modification and drugs as needed Controlling Blood Pressure : Controlling Blood Pressure Adults should have their blood pressure checked at least once every two years, as there are no symptoms to tell if you have high blood pressure Optimal levels : 120 /80 mm Hg If high Modify your lifestyle – Diet, Weight, Exercise, Salt restriction Adhere to the prescribed medication without fail, to decrease chances of getting heart disease – Do not stop your medicines without consulting your doctor, even if the blood pressure becomes normal Controlling Blood Sugar : Controlling Blood Sugar All adults should have their blood sugar checked regularly, as there are no early symptoms of diabetes Normal blood sugar: Fasting < 100; post meals <140 If high Modify your lifestyle – Diet, Weight, Exercise Adhere to the prescribed medication without fail, to decrease chances of getting heart disease – Do not stop your medicines without consulting your doctor, even if the blood sugar becomes normal If you or someone in your family already diagnosed with heart disease : If you or someone in your family already diagnosed with heart disease Don’t get disheartened – science has made significant progress Just monitor risk factors much more aggressively Eat healthy Walk regularly Watch your weight Quit smoking immediately Keep your weight under control In addition to improving your heart – health these measures are sure to enhance your appearance !! Adhere to you medicines & listen to your doctor Don’t wait for a heart attack to take an action ! : Don’t wait for a heart attack to take an action ! Don’t wait for a second life we are not cats! Heart disease is often avoidable. Following a heart-healthy lifestyle doesn't have to be complicated, and it doesn't mean you need to live a life of self-deprivation. Instead, find ways to incorporate heart-healthy habits into your lifestyle — and you may well enjoy a healthier life for years to come. : Heart disease is often avoidable. Following a heart-healthy lifestyle doesn't have to be complicated, and it doesn't mean you need to live a life of self-deprivation. Instead, find ways to incorporate heart-healthy habits into your lifestyle — and you may well enjoy a healthier life for years to come. You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.