World Heart Day 2017

World Heart Day:

World Heart Day 2017: World Heart Day We celebrate or organized world heart day on 29 September every year from 2000.This day celebrate nationwide and also at international level. Some organizations conducted seminars about the awareness of heart diseases, symptoms and stroke prevention.  In this day we aware people about heart diseases and also increase the knowledge of heart health maintain.

World Heart Day 2017

World Heart Day 2017

Heart Diseases:

  • Stroke
  • Heart Failure
  • Coronary Artery Disease
  • Heart Rhythm Disorders
  • Heart Muscles Disorders
  • Myocarditis


Heart stroke is the name of condition in which caused by our body overheating. Heart stroke occurs when our body temperature rises to 104 F (40 C) or higher. Stroke is a main cause of death and disability in most populations of eastern Asia, and the frequency, mainly of hemorrhagic stroke, is generally higher than in western populations. Heart Failure:Heart failure is the name of condition in which heart stop the blood flow in the body and heart can’t pump the enough blood to meet the body needs.

Coronary Artery Disease: 

This is a disease of the arteries that supply blood and oxygen to your heart. It decreases blood flow to your heart muscle. If the arteries narrow or get blocked, your heart becomes starved for oxygen and nutrients and can’t pump as well.

Heart Rhythm Disorders:

A heart rhythm disorder is an abnormal disparity from the normal heartbeat. Heart rhythm disorders involve different types of abnormalities such as heart rate, regularity of beats, sites etc.

Heart Muscles Disorders:

In this disease heart size abnormally enlarged, thick or stiffened. The ability of heart pump blood is weekend.


In this disease heart muscles inflammation. This is caused by viral, bacterial or fungal infections. It is occurs at any age.

World Heart Day 2017

Tips about Heart Health:

• Give up smoking

• Take Healthy food according to Doctor instructions

• Manage your weight

• Eat More Fiber

• Drink less alcohol

• Cut down Saturated Fat