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*NIH. High blood cholesterol what you need to know. Last updated on: June 2005. [Online]. Available from: https://www.nhlbi.nih.gov/files/docs/public/heart/wyntk.pdf. Accessed on: 15.11.2019.
*European society of cardiology. One in five young adults in India has high blood pressure. Last updated on: November 2018. [Online]. Available from: https://www.escardio.org/The-ESC/Press-Office/Press-releases/One-in-five-young-adults-in-India-has-high-blood-pressure. Accessed on: 14.11.2019.
*NIHR. Being overweight or obese is linked with heart disease even without other metabolic risk factors. Last updated on: November 2017. [Online]. Available from: https://discover.dc.nihr.ac.uk/content/signal-000501/ being-overweight-or-obese-is-linked-with-heart-disease-even-without-other-metabolic-risk-factors. Accessed on: 15.11.2019.
*NIH. High blood cholesterol what you need to know. Last updated on: June 2005. [Online]. Available from: https://www.nhlbi.nih.gov/files/docs/public/heart/wyntk.pdf. Accessed on: 15.11.2019.
Let’s prevent heart ailments, prioritize heart care. Some simple early steps will get us there.

I’m very young.
I won’t get heart disease.

Think again. Let’s be fully AWARE.

Do you think Heart diseases
is only a man’s diseases?

Heart diseases is a #1 killer of woman*
Let’s be proactive and PREPARE

1 in every 5 young adults
in India has high blood pressure.*

It’s time to get your BP checked.
Let’s face the SCARE.

Obesity can increase the risk of developing heart disease by 2½ times*

It’s time to get your blood glucose checked.
Let’s manage the CARE.

High cholesterol has no symptoms, you may not know that your cholesterol is too high.*

A simple blood test can identify cholesterol levels.
Let’s spread the word and SHARE
*NIH. High blood cholesterol what you need to know. Last updated on: June 2005. [Online]. Available from: https://www.nhlbi.nih.gov/files/docs/public/heart/wyntk.pdf. Accessed on: 15.11.2019.
*European society of cardiology. One in five young adults in India has high blood pressure. Last updated on: November 2018. [Online]. Available from: https://www.escardio.org/The-ESC/Press-Office/Press-releases/One-in-five-young-adults-in-India-has-high-blood-pressure. Accessed on: 14.11.2019.
*NIHR. Being overweight or obese is linked with heart disease even without other metabolic risk factors. Last updated on: November 2017. [Online]. Available from: https://discover.dc.nihr.ac.uk/content/signal-000501/ being-overweight-or-obese-is-linked-with-heart-disease-even-without-other-metabolic-risk-factors. Accessed on: 15.11.2019.
*NIH. High blood cholesterol what you need to know. Last updated on: June 2005. [Online]. Available from: https://www.nhlbi.nih.gov/files/docs/public/heart/wyntk.pdf. Accessed on: 15.11.2019.
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    Your sex may affect your heart age estimate, so select your sex at birth for this test. You can talk with your doctor if you need more advice about this.
    The 3 types of cardiovascular disease (disease of the heart or the blood vessels) are:
    -coronary heart disease - this can cause angina or heart attack
    -stroke
    -peripheral arterial disease, also known as peripheral vascular disease

    There are some cardiovascular conditions that can be hereditary. If you are worried about this, talk to a doctor.
    This condition causes the level of sugar (glucose) in the blood to become too high. It may affect your heart health. If you are worried about this, talk to a doctor.
    This condition causes the level of sugar (glucose) in the blood to become too high. It may affect your heart health. If you are worried about this, talk to a doctor.
    This condition affects how well your kidneys work. It may affect your heart health. If you are worried about this, talk to a doctor.
    This condition causes your heart to beat faster or irregularly, which can cause problems including dizziness, shortness of breath and tiredness. It may affect your heart health. If you are worried about this, talk to a doctor.
    The 3 types of cardiovascular disease (disease of the heart or the blood vessels) are:
    -coronary heart disease - this can cause angina or heart attack
    -stroke
    -peripheral arterial disease, also known as peripheral vascular disease

    There are some cardiovascular conditions that can be hereditary. If you are worried about this, talk to a doctor.
    Cholesterol is a type of fat in your blood. If it’s too high, it can cause heart problems. You need a blood test to know your cholesterol.
    Select your total cholesterol (TC) and your high-density
    lipoprotein (HDL) cholesterol in millimoles per litre (mmol/L) of
    blood. If your results are in mg/dl, select 'Switch to mg/dl'
    Total cholesterol HDL cholesterol
    100 mg/dl
    0 mg/dl
    A blood pressure test measures the force that your heart uses to pump blood around your body. It is important to know your blood pressure. You can ask a doctor or pharmacist for a blood pressure test.
    Your blood pressure test is made up of 2 numbers, for example,
    100/70 (spoken as 'one hundred over seventy').
    The first or top number in this example (100) is the systolic
    blood pressure and the only measurement you need for this test.
    80 mmHg
    If you have ever been prescribed any medicine to help lower high blood pressure, then answer yes to this question.
    This test is not suitable for anyone with a cardiovascular disease.
    You should speak to a GP for advice about your heart health.
    This test is not suitable for anyone with a cardiovascular disease.
    You should speak to a GP for advice about your heart health.
    This test is not suitable for anyone with a cardiovascular disease. You should speak to a GP for advice about your heart health.
    Having a family history of cardiovascular disease can affect your heart age.
    Select your total cholesterol (TC) and your high-density
    lipoprotein (HDL) cholesterol in millimoles per litre (mmol/L) of
    blood. If your results are in mg/dl, select 'Switch to mg/dl'
    Total cholesterol HDL cholesterol
    100 mg/dl
    0 mg/dl
    Your blood pressure test is made up of 2 numbers, for example,
    100/70 (spoken as 'one hundred over seventy').
    The first or top number in this example (100) is the systolic
    blood pressure and the only measurement you need for this test.
    80 mmHg
    If you have ever been prescribed any medicine to help lower high blood pressure, then answer yes to this question.

    Reference:

    American Heart Association. Understanding & Managing CHOLESTEROL. Available at https://www.heart.org/-/media/Files/Health-Topics/Cholesterol/My-Cholesterol-Guide-English.pdf. Last accessed on 05.04.2022.

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    [72 beats per minute x 60 minutes x 24 hours]
    Regular heart check up and screening is important.
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    Reference:

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      Available at https://www.heart.org/en/health-topics/heart-attack/diagnosing-a-heart-attack/noninvasive-tests-and-procedures?msclkid=eea46581b3e411ecbae6f158c5d3be27 Last accessed on 04.04.2022
    • 2. The National Heart Foundation of New Zealand . Heart tests. Available at https://www.heartfoundation.org.nz/your-heart/heart-tests?msclkid=eea5e7f4b3e411ecb56078801133503e Last accessed on 04.04.2022
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