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On every 29 September, the World Heart Day is celebrated and observed to aware people about the prevention of heart-attacks, strokes, and other heart related diseases.

It aims to decrease the global death rate because of heart diseases.

World Heart Day: A floral heart illustration with blooming flowers, leaves, spring, and pulse rate computing heartbeat wave graphics
World Heart Day: A blooming-heart illustration!

A person's lifestyle plays a vital role in leading towards the heart related diseases.

Below are some major reasons behind having the increased rate of heart attacks and strokes:

  1. Excessive use of tobacco
  2. Too much consumption of alcohol
  3. Unhealthy diet ant Lifestyle
  4. Lack of physical activity in daily life

The unhealthy Lifestyle can result in severe health conditions such as:

  1. Elevated blood glucose
  2. Increased blood pressure
  3. Obesity
  4. Increased overweight
  5. Loss in good heart health

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World Heart Day: Quick Glance
Also Known As
Heart Day
Significance
Increased awareness about heart related issues and conditions
Event Type
Global
Observed at
International level
Observations
Awareness drives, campaigns, etc.
Date
29 September
Event in Various Years
29 September 2020, 29 September 2021
Occurrence
Annual

Date of World Heart Day Observance

Initially, the World Heart Day was celebrated on the last Sunday of September, that is, on 24 September 2000.

Now, it is marked on every 29 September on nearly bases.

History of World Heart Day in India

Since the inception of the World Heart Federation, this Non-governmental organisation has been sponsoring many causes and events worldwide. It has been declaring the celebration themes for various noble causes and internationally marked days. The organisation aims to assemble and distribute the information to raise awareness about various issues and conditions on its particularly dedicated day or date. Such a specific day brings an opportunity to come together and unite the entire human community for a challenge that is faced globally.

In 1999, the World Health Organisation collaborated with the World Heart Federation to lay the foundation of the World Health Day.

They established it with the objective of minimising the death rates because of heart-related diseases.

The WHF president Antony Bayes de Luna invade the idea of observing the World Heart Day as an annual event.

The first celebration of the World Heart Day took place on 24 September 2000.

In May 2012, one more major decision was taken by the global leaders in this series. They committed to scale up the mass awareness about the prevention of strokes and heart attacks so that the global mortality pictures of the non-communicable diseases can be reduced by 25% till the end of the 2025.

World Heart Day Celebration: How is World Heart Day is Celebrated?

The WHO, WHF, UNESCO, governments, global leaders, and other authoritative organisations come together to execute the strategic programs to fight against cardiovascular diseases.

All the organisations and concerned people work together at global level for the CVD monitaring, management, and prevention.

The global strategies are executed to reduce the mortality, incidence, and morbidity of CVD.

The campaigns programs and joint activities are executed for the CVD prevention. Such activities include:

  1. Health promoting activities among the school-age children
  2. Development of materials for the health education
  3. Building standards and norms for CVD management
  4. Controlling the risk factors such as tobacco smoking
  5. Organising the teaching seminar on CVD prevention
  6. Executing the programs on managing and controlling the mild hypertension
  7. Maintaining and managing the membership networks dedicated to promote the CVD prevention
  8. Establishment of joint projects for the continuous medical education of health personnel
  9. Including CVD management related information in first aid training courses
  10. Launching the initiatives for increasing the CVD awareness in poor populations

Why is World Heart Day Celebrated?

Observing the world heart day is not celebrating merely and event. The cause of the day reaches to millions of people awaring them that cardiovascular diseases are the number one cause of death around the world.

The event doesn't just come and go; it ensures the circulation of the useful information regarding heart related conditions, their management, and the available effective medication.

One of such information is:

The medication can play a vital role in managing the cardiovascular with the below "3A":

  1. Afordability
  2. Availability
  3. Access

If the access to the proper medication can be made available at affordable prices for the general mass, it can prove to be a massive success in decreasing the mortality rate due to heart diseases. Such medication are:

  1. Statin
  2. Aspirin
  3. Blood pressure controlling medicines

Significance of World Heart Day

The World Heart Day significantly focuses on:

Giving More Power to Tobacco Control

The researchers and medical experts have proven measures that controlling the tobacco can defeat the Global tobacco epidemic.

Shaking People for Realising the Importance of Salt Reduction

There are many evidences available to support that the reduced consumption of salt is the key to prevent heart-related issues.

Joining Hearts for Strengthening the Management of CVD, Aiding the Primary Health Care System

The sound primary Health Care systems can play a major role introducing the number of heart attacks and strokes.

The Global Hearts declares the above three packages as the superbly effective initiatives in order to prevent and control the cardiovascular diseases.

Why People Follow World Heart Day?

Urbanisation, globalisation, and industrialization have greatly promoted a lifestyle that promotes the heart diseases. It has increased the risk factors such as physical inactivity, excessive use of tobacco, and an healthy diet.

Exposure to such risk factors for a longer period is rising the rate of diseases as well. Poor-, low-, and middle-income countries are indeed facing many newly emerged risk-factors of CVD such as folate deficiency, infections, and low birth-weight.

Interesting Facts about World Heart Day

  1. Do you know that about 17.9 million people die every year because of cardiovascular diseases as per the information collected by WHO, the World Health Organisation. This data gives 31% of share of global deaths to the heart-related diseases.
  2. About one-third belongs to premature lives which are under 70 years. The most concerning factor of this fact is that this number is increasing steadily.
  3. As as per the World Heart Federation, the cardiovascular diseases are responsible for about half of the total share of the NCD deaths. This highlights it as a number one cause of death in the world which rules over the global mortality rate.
  4. Cardiovascular disease is the world's biggest killer.
  5. 80% of mortality rate because of CVD comes from the cases of heart attacks and strokes. 75% of this part occurs in Nations that come under the label of developing countries.
  6. About 1.1 billion adults are suffering from the issue of raised blood pressure. It is a jaw-dropping fact that less than 1 in 5 has this under control.
  7. The increasing number of premature deaths because of heart attacks and strokes is a great threat to the global health and development.

For better development and improved health, the governments have collectively committed themselves to step ahead and take actions for reducing the premature deaths because of cardiovascular diseases and NCDs. This teamed-up commitment is also mentioned in 2030 Sustainable Development Agenda.

The above Fact and figures alarm to consider this issue as a serious concern.

In developed countries the cardiovascular diseases can also be considered as the result of afflictions.

Many people assume that cardiovascular diseases visit the people in developed countries more as the sedentary lifestyle is quite common there. However, the data gives an eye opener about it by revealing that about 80% of people who suffer from such diseases belong to the middle class families and incomes, giving the red signal to the developing countries.

Event Challenges

Social and Economic Challenges and Consequences

The prolonged and costly clinical care of CVD affects the valuable human resources at their most productive peak midlife years and undermines the national development.

Strategic Challenges

  1. Effectively monitoring the trends and reducing the risk factors of CVD
  2. Developing the cost effective Healthcare system for the CVD management

An Appeal: World Heart Day 2020

Fix the Lifestyle

In this era of coronavirus, the way of living life has changed in a drastic manner. The need of the hour is to stay calm and composed and live a patient life. Changes in the Lifestyle can change the stress level irritation and uneasy surrounding at a great measure.

World Heart Day 2020: The Theme, the Highlight!

Use the heart to beat CVD is the theme and tagline for the world heart day 2020 which is given by the world heart Federation to urge people to fight in the time of covid-19. In this time of coronavirus heart care has emerged as the most important milestone in fighting against this virus and disease. Care and prevention of the heart has become more important than ever before.

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