World Heart Day 2024

Cardiovascular diseases are the number one cause of death, all over the world. According to research, “Cardiovascular diseases claim more lives than all forms of cancer combined.” These diseases can occur by many things such as:


Intake of liquor/ alcohol

Air pollution

High blood pressure



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An unhealthy heart can lead to life-threatening diseases, these issues include:

  • Heart attacks
  • Heart failure
  • Coronary heart disease
  • Strokes
  • Reduced heart rate
  • Thickening of the heart’s walls
  • An overall weakening in the heart’s strength

Gut feeling is fine but we need to protect our hearts. Have a look at these following points of how to look after your heart, the right way:

Listen to your Heart

If you are already a cardiac patient or have an underlying health condition, don’t let this COVID-19 stop you from getting your heart checked. Nothing is worse than ignoring your heart’s signals and warnings. If it’s a regular checkup, talk to the best heart specialist through teleconsultation. If it’s an emergency, always go to the hospital. At Venkataeswara Hospitals, we are COVID safe.

Make better choices for your Heart

Let’s start from this very moment and stop saying a big NO to everything that is making our hearts feel worse. Some of these are:

  • Tobacco
  • Alcohol
  • Sedentary lifestyle
  • Junk foods
  • Sugar
  • Unnecessary stress
  • Tension
  • Overthinking

Say thank you from your Heart

Last but not least, use your heart to convey and express heartfelt gratitude and thankfulness to all the healthcare professionals including doctors, nurses, technicians, researchers, caretakers, etc., for their constant and selfless actions towards the betterment of the world. They are indeed the unsung heroes of this pandemic.

Not only understanding, it is even more important to change our attitude, behavior, and actions to act and build a better life for both us and our hearts.



The Ophthalmology Department at Venkataeswara Hospitals treats patients suffering from disorders or injuries of the eye, such as eye infections, cataracts, conjunctivitis, glaucoma, retinopathy, vision impairment, astigmatism, styes and nystagmus.

Visit an ophthalmologist if you are suffering from distorted vision, double vision, excess tearing, bulging of the eye, decreased vision, eyelid abnormalities, family history of eye disease, injury to the eye, loss of peripheral vision, misaligned eyes, pain in the eye, red eye, etc.

Optometrists and opticians are also trained to provide care for the eyes, especially relating to correcting refractive issues and prescribing spectacles and contact lenses. However, there’s much more to eye health than “power”. Ophthalmologists are trained in the medical care of the ocular system, including all other parts of the eye. Stay focused on your vision and meet an ophthalmologist if you observe any unexpected changes that occur in and around your eyes.

Many of these eye diseases, disorders and injuries are treated through surgical methods. In addition, LASIK eye surgery can also be performed to correct near- or far-sightedness.

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