Nearly 50 percent of deaths due to untimely deaths occur every year in the country due to symptoms of heart attack. This information is given by a cardiologist here. Dr. Naveen Bhamari, President and Director, Cardiology Department, at Max Super Specialty Hospital here said in a statement: "Every year in the country about 45-50 percent cases of cardiovascular diseases and even premature deaths without symptoms Heart attacks have been found responsible, which is called asymmetomatic heart attack in medical terminology. "
Dr. Bhamari said, "Such incidents in people of middle age who face SMI are doubly likely to be men in comparison to women. The symptoms of SMI are very light compared to the actual heart attack, so it is also called silent killer. "He said," In general heart attack, severe pain in chest, sharp pain in arms, neck and jaw, sudden breath There are problems like taking trouble, sweating and dizziness.
In contrast, the symptoms of SMI are very low and light, and therefore there is confusion about it and people often ignore it by considering it as a regular problem. For this, age, family history, smoking or tobacco chewing, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, diabetes, weight related problems, and lack of physical activity can be responsible for this. "
According to Dr. Bhamri, "smoking of middle-aged people (both men and women) and increasing dependence on alcohol is responsible for unhealthy heart problems. Relaxing lifestyle, poor eating habits and lack of physical activity are related to obesity and this creates heart problems. Now these diseases related to heart are increasing in the younger generation. "
He said, "Any patient should always be aware of two complications related to SMI - Coronary Arterial Disease (CAD) and Sudden Cardiac Death (SCD). The purpose of treatment is to prevent death due to ischemia, heart failure, and cardiac arithmetia with the help of revascularization and even bypass surgery using drugs, stents. "
Dr. Bhamri says, "Doctors can advise on a stress test, which can solve two objectives. This helps the doctor to measure the limits of exercise, which can lead to ischemia and doctors can give specific instructions related to the safest activities. "