Can Heart Attack Come From Excess Workout? Know what the country’s top cardiac surgeons say


New Delhi. Kannada cinema star Puneeth Rajkumar, known for films like ‘Appu’, ‘Veera Kannadiga’, died of a heart attack on Friday. Earlier, television superstar Siddharth Shukla also died due to heart attack. One thing common in the death of both these stars was that they were fitness freaks and used to do regular gym workouts. After these deaths, the question is arising whether gym workouts increase the risk of heart problems?

If you also have this question in your mind, then the answer is given by Padma Bhushan awardee and one of India’s best heart surgeons, Dr. Ramakant Panda. Dr. Panda said that about 20-25 years ago, people aged 30 years and below used to have a heart attack once in 6 months, but now one such case comes to the fore every week. He stressed that there are good and bad effects of working out and it depends on how one does it.

Dr. Ramakant Panda also gave information about doing workouts properly. He said that to keep the body healthy, mid level exercise is needed. He said that people doing high intensity exercise may be at increased risk of sudden cardiac arrest. It can also increase the risk of heart rhythm disorder.

How to do exercise for a healthy body
Warm-up for 5-10 minutes before exercise.
After this exercise for 20-30 minutes.
After the exercise, sit quietly for 10 minutes so that the body can cool down.

Dr. Panda suggested, ‘People should keep an eye on how the body is working. If pain is experienced on the left side of the chest, and there is pain in the joints, then it should not be ignored.

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