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Holistic lifestyle modification can lower risk of heart attack

Kolkata, Sep 28 (UNI) Holistic lifestyle modification can lower risk of heart attack, said Dr. Anjan Siotia, Consultant – Department of Cardiology, CK Birla Hospitals –BMB, on the eve of World Heart Day.
He said, " It is not possible to predict who will get a heart attack and when. Nobody is completely immune from this disease and it is a fact that any of us can get a heart attack anytime even after taking medications or after undergoing bypass surgery or angioplasty. "
“We can, however, reduce our risk of having a heart attack by adopting healthy lifestyle and taking medications when necessary. There is usually no single reason for a heart attack. There are multiple risk factors and one has to address them together. There are non- modifiable risk factors for heart ailments like increasing age, male sex and a family history of heart problems. One cannot do anything about it,” Dr Siotia said.
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