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Heart Health

Introduction

The focus is on the preventive care, wellness based practices focusing on lifestyle and diet. We bring together cardiologists, practitioners (including diet & lifestyle), health heroes, support group, patients networks, researchers, tech companies, service and solution providers. Typically we do 3 sessions on heart annually. We are well equipped to support hearth health and offer mentoring by health heroes who are the champions of heart health management. We work closely with cardiologist and whole lot of ecosystem members contribute into heart health.

Benefits

Behavioral Health

Breathing and fitness exercises

Pain Management

Music, Art & Other lifestyle practices

Volunteering opportunities to serve the community

Understanding Mind-Body Wellness & exposure to tans and dental meditation.

How to Become a Part of the Forum

01

Step

Complete your short profile (Name, email, phone & city) and get started with Free or Paid Membership

02

Step

Get more personalized services and benifits by filling up a more detailed profile

03

Step

Select “Heart Health”

Facts Related To Heart

Heart size is about the size of your two hands clasped together.

South Asians are at
higher risk of heart attack
before age of 50

Each minute your heart pumps about 1.5 gallons of blood.

South Asians suffers 50% of global death from cardiovascular conditions.

Best Practices

Move More

Don’t sit for too long at one time.

Quit Smoking

Avoid secondhand smoke like the plague.

Healthy Diet

Eat heart-healthy foods Regularly.

Stretch it Out

Yoga reduces the risk of cardiovascular disease.

Eat less salt

Aim for less than 1,500 milligrams of sodium a day.

Medication

Consult with a doctor for proper medicines.

Our Heart Health Experts

Dr. Srinivas Ramachandra
Dr. Rajesh Sam
Suri
Dr. Rahul Prakash Sharma
Dr. Anjali
Gulati
Dr. Ashit
Jain

Heart Health Hero

Shri Chawla

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