A Health Warning For All After Sidharth Shukla and Shane Warne’s Heart Attack Death

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Heart attack death is on the rise!

The sudden demise of Argentine football player Diego Maradona in 2020, Indian Bigg Boss 13 winner and television star Siddharth Shukla in 2021, and Australian cricket legend Shane Warne in 2022 has left the whole world in deep shock.

While these all deaths were from different nations, different backgrounds, and in different years, one thing was common in them that they died due to cardiac attack. However, a heart attack is a common death cause not only in these 3 celebrities, but millions of people across the globe die due to cardiovascular attacks every year.

Unsurprising, an endless number of people have lost their lives in the last couple of years due to cardiovascular disease. Bollywood biggies Inder Kumar, Sridevi, Saroj khan, Raj Kaushal, Amit Mistry, Puneeth Rajkumar, and Brahma Swaroop Mishra are just to name a few biggies whose life couldn’t win over death.

While the world seems to get over the mar of the global pandemic and coming back to normal lives, heart attacks are still snuggling several lives with or without warning.

So, are we helpless about this deadly disease?
Can we prevent a heart attack?
Can’t we take any safety measures or precautions to save our and our loved ones’ lives?

The good news is, “Heart attack is lethal but preventable”.

‘Even if heart ailments remain the biggest murders of mankind, it is largely preventable with some lifestyle changes, early diagnosis, intervention, and monitoring.’ When skin care, hair care, and fashion are our prime concerns, then why take heart health on the back burner? After all, our heart is the only organ that regulates the entire body! A little self care can save lives!

Symptoms of a heart attack:

  • Chest discomfort
  • Shortness of breath.
  • Feeling weak and lightheaded.
  • A devastating feeling of anxiety.
  • Nausea, vomiting, and dizziness.
  • Getting clammy and sweaty

How to avoid a heart attack?

  • Quit smoking.
  • Reduce your alcohol consumption.
  • Take a balanced diet.
  • Maintain your weight.
  • Do regular exercise.
  • Don’t take excess stress.

Immediate action to take when suspecting a heart attack:

  • Call 911
  • Give Aspirin 325 mg
  • Perform CPR
  • Continue CPR until help arrives

Get a detailed guide on a heart attack – Statistics, Symptoms, Reasons, Prevention, And More (A complete guide and crucial steps you can take to prevent a heart attack and save your and your loved ones’ lives.) Having in-depth knowledge of heart care, taking note of the heart attack warning signs, and visiting a cardiologist or your general doctor prior can minimize the heart attack death rate.

Take Action, Save Lives!

Knowing the symptoms and risk factors of a suspected heart attack can help save many lives. So, why not educate ourselves about the signs, symptoms, risk factors, prevention, and treatment options of a heart attack? By just taking some little steps and making a few lifestyle changes, we can lower our chances of experiencing this lethal ailment and reduce the heart attack rate worldwide.

Bottom Line:

‘Don’t let Shane Warne, Siddharth Shukla, and other departed biggies be the reminder you ignore’. Instead, take their demise as a lesson to help prevent future deaths from heart attacks.

Note: The information mentioned in this post is purely research-based, referring to reliable medical and government sites. Our aim is to just make readers aware of the emerging heart attack dangers and make essential lifestyle changes to lower the risk of a heart attack. Readers are advised to consult their cardiologists or health care providers first before taking any significant actions mentioned in this heart care guide.

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