World Heart Day 2022

Covid-19 has affected many lives, especially the people with heart disease. Let's take extra care of our hearts this World Heart Day.
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Use ❤️ for Humanity

Access to treatment and support for CVD varies widely across the world. Over 75% of CVD deaths occur in low-to middle-income countries, but access can be an issue anywhere. By getting involved with global events such as World Heart Day as well as local activities, we are empowered to spread awareness and help make a difference in the lives of all humankind. #WorldHeartWeek
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Use ❤️ for Physical Activity

A healthy heart pushes out more blood with each beat, enabling it to function more efficiently. This decreases stress on the heart and surrounding arteries, potentially reducing blood pressure. Physical activity strengthens your heart and reduces coronary heart disease risk factors. #WorldHeartWeek
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Use ❤️ for Clean Air

Air pollution kills 13 people every minute due to lung cancer, heart disease and strokes. Stop burning fossil fuels like oil, coal and natural gas. #HealthierTomorrow #WorldHeartDay
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Use ❤️ for You

Psychological stress can take a toll on your heart. When you're under stress, your heart rate and blood pressure go up, and your blood sugar and cholesterol levels may also increase. All of these changes can lead to a heart attack. There are many different ways to manage stress. Some people find that exercise is a great way to relieve stress, while others find that relaxation techniques like yoga or meditation are more effective. Whatever works for you, the important thing is to find a way to manage stress that works for you and stick with it.  #WorldHeartWeek
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Use ❤️ for Nature

The World Health Organization (WHO) has warned that climate change is the greatest threat to global health in the 21st century. Climate change is a serious threat to global health, and the health of the heart is no exception. Heart disease, stroke, and other cardiovascular diseases are all linked to climate change. Recycle, use public transportation, and use energy efficient appliances. Save energy and water. #WorldHeartWeek

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