Felix Hospital is the Best Heart Hospital in Noida for taking care of your heart.

Air pollution has become a sustainable development goal (SDG) for most countries around the globe. It has become a raging problem. Increasing pollution day by day from industrial waste, vehicles, households, etc., is impacting your heart health.

The heart diseases like heart attack, heart failure, and other coronary heart diseases are on the rise.

According to statistics, 25% of all cardiovascular deaths are caused by air pollution – WHO

Cardiovascular diseases have increased from 0.5% to 1.5%, for every 5–6 μg/m3 increase in PM2.5 – NCBI

Poor air quality is directly proportional to the rising number of heart-related issues. When you breathe this bad air, you inhale many harmful chemicals, gases, allergens, dust, pollens, etc., which impact your lungs and further your bloodstream.

And breathing such bad air, you are at higher risk of heart problems. The pollutants in the air can destroy your cells and can even affect endothelial cells. This triggers artery diseases and other issues like hypertension, diabetes, etc. And further leading to heart problems.

The air pollution level in developing countries like India is almost 10 times higher than in any developed country.


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Symptoms of Heart Problem

Consult a top cardiologist in Noida if you face any of the following symptoms:

  • Pain in Chest
  • Heaviness in the chest
  • Palpitation
  • Difficulty in breathing
  • Any discomfort related to your heart

Prevention is always better than cure, especially when it comes to your heart.


Heart Problems Caused by Air Pollution


Look out for these heart issues that are caused by air pollution.

  • Heart Attack
  • Heart Failure
  • Blood clot formation in blood vessels leads to a heart condition
  • Arrhythmias (irregular heartbeat)

Felix hospital has the best heart specialist and surgeons in Noida available 24*7 to take care of any problems related to your heart.


How to Manage Heart Health?

There is no way you can avoid breathing. But,you can do a few things to manage your heart health.

Here are a few lifestyle changes suggested by the best cardiologist in Noida that can be adopted to maintain your heart health.

Live Healthily

Follow healthy habits from your side to reduce air pollution, like walking to the nearby shop instead of going by car. Walking a few steps a day is also good for your heart health. Avoid burning woods for bonfires etc., whenever you can. Your small contribution will make a big difference in society.

Eat balanced Diet

Include all types of vegetables (especially green leafy vegetables), fruits, pulses, nuts, dry fruits, dairy products, etc. The balanced Diet contains many nutrients and other vitamins that will boost your immunity and strengthen your body. This will further help your body to fight against the damage caused by air pollution.

Stay Physically Active

Do light exercise like walking and cycling daily to stay physically active. It will help improve your blood circulation and heart health.

However, you should stay indoors if you live in polluted areas where air quality is terrible.Doing exercise in a contaminated area will harm more than do good.

Do Regular Check-ups

Take preventive health check-ups plan that includes heart health. Regular check-ups once a year can help identify any heart problems early and can be managed accordingly.

Felix hospital is the best cardiology hospital near you in Noida, offering several heart check-up packages.

Quit Smoking and Drinking

Smoking and drinking can create many health issues like respiratory, liver, etc., further impacting your heart health.

Manage your Stress

If you are stressed, it will directly impact your heart, like irregular heartbeats, heart attacks, etc.


You should always take medical help if you have any issues related to your heart.Call +919667064100 to make an appointment with a Heart Specialist In Noida at Felix hospital.

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