Diabetes, Obesity and Stroke

Obesity raises the chance of cardiovascular disease and stroke. However, it causes harm to more than just the vein and heart structure. It's also linked to gallstones, osteoarthritis, and breathing issues. Weight is personally linked to a number of health problems that cause cardiovascular disease, such as hypertension, diabetes, and abnormal blood cholesterol. Furthermore, heart-harming lifestyle decisions, such as a lack of exercise and a high-fat diet, are a consistent cause of weight gain. Being overweight can also lead to cardiac failure. This is a real condition in which your heart is unable to properly direct blood to the requirements of your body. Diabetes and pre-diabetes raise the chance of heart disease and stroke. One can reduce their risk by keeping their blood glucose (also known as glucose), circulatory strain, and blood cholesterol levels near to the recommended target numbers—the levels advocated by diabetes specialists for optimal health. Atherosclerosis is a disorder that can lead to coronary artery disease and stroke.

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