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Starting in 2000, it globally takes place on 29 September each year. Each year World Heart Day has a theme to it and this year’s theme addresses the importance of a life-course approach to the prevention and control of cardiovascular disease with a focus in particular on women and children. The campaign will also highlight what actions can be taken through a person’s life to reduce their risk of cardiovascular disease.
By reading this article, we hope you will be more knowledgeable about what factors can lead to different cardiovascular diseases, also hoping that you will become more proactive in preventing these diseases.
Cardiovascular disease risk factors can be both controllable and uncontrollable. Uncontrollable factors include:
Controllable factors are the ones you need to be most aware of and need to act upon. These include:
Being aware of the causes of Cardiovascular Diseases is only half the battle. Ways you can reduce your risk of heart disease are: