Today, there have been reports of several deaths in the Kashmir region due to heart attacks. These tragic incidents highlight the seriousness and suddenness of heart disease and the importance of taking steps to prevent it.
1) A man died due to a heart attack in Aishmuqam, Anantnag.
2) A 22-year-old man named Jan Mohd died due to a heart attack in Puchal, Pulwama.
3) A police officer died due to a heart attack in Baramulla.
4) A 12th-grade student (a girl) died due to a heart attack in Sugan, Shopian.
5) Another youth, Mastiq Ah Malik, son of Ab Ahad Malik, resident of Phlelipora Safapora Ganderbal, died due to a heart attack today.
Certain foods commonly consumed in Kashmir have been identified as potential risk factors for heart attacks. In order to reduce the likelihood of such an event, it is recommended to avoid or limit consumption of these foods.
Fried foods: Fried foods, such as samosas and pakoras, are high in saturated fats, which can increase cholesterol levels and increase the risk of heart disease.
Processed meats: Processed meats, such as sausages and ham, are high in saturated fats and sodium, which can increase blood pressure and the risk of heart disease.
Sweets: Sweets, such as kulfi and gulab jamun, are high in sugar, which can lead to weight gain and an increased risk of heart disease.
Excess Salt: Consuming excess salt can lead to high blood pressure, which is a major risk factor for heart disease.
High-fat dairy products: High-fat dairy products, such as butter and ghee, are high in saturated fats, which can increase cholesterol levels and the risk of heart disease.
Junk Food: Eating a diet high in junk food has been linked to an increased risk of heart disease and other health problems. This is because junk food is often high in saturated fat, trans fat, cholesterol, salt, and added sugars, which can contribute to the development of heart disease.
Disclaimer: Please note that this information is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. We are not medical experts, and all the information provided here was collected from various sources on the internet. It is always best to consult with a qualified healthcare provider before making any changes to your diet or lifestyle.Facebook or follow us on Twitter and Instagram. Subscribe us on Telegram and never miss a update!
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