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How does obesity cause heart disease?

How does obesity cause heart disease? Is there a connection between obesity and heart disease? Many people are asking us. As obesity increases, the risk of heart disease may also increase. Obesity is also a cause of diabetes, cholesterol and high blood pressure. A type of fat called 'triglycerides' is high in obese people and the amount of bad cholesterol is also high. Due to all these things, the possibility of blockage of the blood vessels of the heart and blood vessels leading to the brain increases due to long-term accumulation of fat in the blood vessels of the heart and blood vessels leading to the brain. In addition, the possibility of the body's blood vessels being closed increases. Due to this, serious problems like heart attack and stroke start appearing. How do you know that obesity has heart problems? The most common problem in heart disease due to obesity and various other causes is heart artery blockage. In this problem, the amount of cholesterol in the body i

Eight signs, which indicate heart failure

Eight signs, which indicate heart failure Are there any signs of heart failure? Many people ask this question. It is natural for people to care about their health. People fear others even when it comes to the heart. As our diet and lifestyle is getting destroyed, the risk of heart disease is also increasing. Processed food, alcohol, cigarettes, etc. have weakened the working capacity of the heart. Inactive life, uncontrolled eating, stress has killed the heart. So now many people are dealing with heart problems. There are some signs that there is a heart problem or that the heart is getting worse. Chest pain The main symptom of heart failure is chest pain. However, other health problems are also common symptoms of chest pain, so it can sometimes be confused as a heart problem. If there is obstruction in the arteries of the heart, then the chest pain is felt more when walking, standing, climbing and climbing stairs, but it does not hurt when resting. This is the initial stage of heart f