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Jumat, Oktober 14, 2011

The main causes of death in the world, this finding is also consistent with the Basic Health Research (Riskesdas) Indonesia stated that heart disease and stroke is a major cause of death in Indonesia.
Heart disease and stroke is a frightening disease because it became the number one killer in Indonesia. If earlier the disease is considered a monopoly parents, but nowadays it also suffered by patients under the age of 40 years. This is due to lifestyle changes, especially in modern urban young people.

Based on World Health Statistics conducted by the World Health Organization, heart disease and stroke are the leading cause of death in the world. This finding is also consistent with the Basic Health Research (Riskesdas) Indonesia stated that heart disease and stroke are the leading cause of death in Indonesia.

"Unhealthy lifestyles such as smoking, unhealthy diet, inactivity and excessive alcohol consumption makes everyone have the same risk for heart disease and stroke," said a specialist heart and blood vessels of Prof. Dr. Dr. Budhi Setianto SpJP, in opportunity talk at the launch of the Movement Love Your heart, Wednesday (25/05/2011).
Furthermore Budhi said, the heart disease as the cause of death in Indonesia need to be considered correct function and performance.
"The heart is a vital organ in the human body. To be able to work well for a longer time, we must ensure that the heart can work optimally. To avoid a coronary artery, the main requirement is to have a healthy blood vessel constriction and does not occur. Lifestyle factors and unhealthy eating patterns become the leading cause of imbalance in levels of total cholesterol that clogs blood vessels; bad cholesterol, known by the acronym of LDL (low density lipoprotein), triglycerides or blood fats are absorbed by the intestine, and lower levels of good cholesterol (HDL / high-density lipoproterin ) in the blood, "said Prof. Budhi.
Some behaviors such as eating fast food (fast food) that contain high levels of saturated fat, smoking, alcohol, overwork, lack of exercise, and stress, has become a way of life, especially in urban areas.
"Lifestyle changes experienced by some communities in Indonesia, especially who live in big cities, where low-fiber diet and high fat consumption daily, has triggered increased levels of bad cholesterol," said Dr. Pauline Endang Praptini, Clinical Nutrition Specialist .
"By understanding the adequacy of nutrient intake needed by the body to maintain cholesterol levels, aided by a corresponding movement or exercise, can increase the chances of having a healthier heart," he continued.
Various studies in the field of cardiovascular health and stroke found indications that the disease is closely related to unhealthy lifestyles. Patterns and lifestyle in question is the attitude and behavior towards daily activities such as:
• Diet and nutrition is not balanced because of eating too much fast food high in cholesterol, salt and sugar.
• Lack of move activity / sport.
• The pattern of work that is not balanced by adequate rest opportunities.
• The habit of smoking.
• High levels of stress.
Implementing a healthy lifestyle is expected to be the main choice of Indonesian society in the future. People who want to know and participate in this movement can visit the site Communities can also find out the level of heart health through online heart health tests contained on the site. (NSA) 

Posted by Kaimuddin Mabbaco (Maros, South Sulawesi, Indonesia)
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