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If parents have this disease, be careful! Hereditary link found in heart disease-diabetes in South Asia


Scientists and doctors in some cities in India and the United States say they have found hereditary links in cardiomyopathy (cardiac arrest) and metabolic syndrome in South Asians. 
Which means you can get this disease from your mother or father. Let's say that under metabolic syndrome, there is also the problem of high blood sugar, obesity and cholesterol.

The team investigating says that if we identify these diseases early and work on preventive strategies, this disease can be prevented. Recent epidemiological and clinical studies suggest that about 10% of patients with cardiomyopathy have inherited symptoms of diabetes.

The main reason is the lack of their healthy lifestyle

So, the main reason for these diseases in the rest of the people is their lack of healthy lifestyle. The food of South Asians is known for its excellent taste as well as for eating more oily foods. Eating too much oil increases the risk of obesity in people and gives rise to many other diseases. In which diseases like diabetes, heart problems, cholesterol are very common.

The average age of heart attack in South Asia is also much lower than other states

The average age of heart attack in South Asia is also much lower than other states. The average age of a heart attack here is 53 years. This is six years less than the rest of the world. Heart disease is the leading cause of death in South Asia between the ages of 15 and 69. In these countries, 55 percent of the sick suffer from diseases such as heart disease and diabetes. According to a report, tobacco consumption in South Asian countries should be reduced and good habits should be inculcated in the people. One in five men in India dies from tobacco use.

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