New Healthcare Campaign Urges UAE Community to Take Responsibility for Wellbeing to Reduce Heart Attacks

New Healthcare Campaign Urges UAE Community to Take Responsibility for Wellbeing to Reduce Heart Attacks
26 December 2016 -
  • New Healthcare Campaign Urges UAE Community to Take Responsibility for Wellbeing to Reduce Heart Attacks
    New Healthcare Campaign Urges UAE Community to Take Responsibility for Wellbeing to Reduce Heart Attacks New Healthcare Campaign Urges UAE Community to Take Responsibility for Wellbeing to Reduce Heart Attacks

Dubai, UAE, 26 December, 2016: A new healthcare campaign created to assist decrease the occurrences of cardiovascular disease and strokes is urging UAE residents to stop making justifications and begin taking obligation for their health and wellness.

The No More Excuses effort introduced today by Zulekha Hospital and project partners Dubai Ambulance and Dubai Sports Council is sustained by the Hamdan Bin Mohammed Community Sports Campaign, Bharath Thakur Artistic Yoga, VLCC, Air Arabia, Zee TELEVISION, and the Football Centre, along with physical fitness companions and has been developed to earn the transition from laziness to action.

Zanubia Shams, Co-Chairperson of Zulekha Hospitals, stated: "A few of the largest aspects that contribute to early start heart attacks and strokes are stress and anxiety and daily stress and anxieties, paired with absence of exercise and loosening up downtime, undesirable consuming patterns and for some, smoking cigarettes. We know the stress that everyone faces in work and in the house and we understand that usually our very own individual health and well-being takes a back seats.

" Our doctors have actually all seen patients in difficult living situations and have witnessed way too many awful tales that could have been prevented. We have actually designed this campaign to assist alter mindsets and behaviours, and because of this, minimize the incidences of heart-related health problems."

Currently, one in three individuals in the UAE are obese and diabetes mellitus is increasing. A new Global Problem of Disease, Infections and Risks (GBD) research study commissioned by medical journal The Lancet reveals that four of the top 5 causes of death in the UAE in 2015 were heart-related.

While vehicle roadway injuries took the second spot, ischemic heart disease was the primary (21.6% of total deaths), haemorrhagic stroke was third, adhered to by diabetes mellitus and ischemic stroke.

In the initial stage of the campaign, Zulekha Healthcare facility is motivating everyone to capitalize on a complimentary consultation with one of their professional cardiologists in Dubai or Sharjah, who will supervise totally free ECG, high blood pressure, sugar and cholesterol checks.

Depending upon the person's weight and health background, they may additionally be used extra healthcare alternatives.

In early 2017, the project will begin a series of sporting activities, offered to all UAE residents, so they can come to be responsible for their wellness and obtain energetic in football, volleyball and basketball games. A community-wide Walkathon is additionally being organized to open up accessible health tasks to as many people as feasible.

Taher Shams, Managing Director of Zulekha Hospitals included: "The purpose of 'Say goodbye to Excuses' is making physical fitness a part of everyone's lifestyle. Eating more and removaling much less will certainly result in a weak heart and we intend to help alter that throughout the Emirates.

" This will be a year-long campaign and a movement owned by our community. We prepare to shed light on several of the reasons individuals typically hang on to in order to avoid changing undesirable practices and we want to reveal the UAE that small, day-to-day tweaks to their way of living can make a huge difference. We prompt every organisation and establishment to join us and send out this joined message."

UAE residents are motivated to make their totally free assessment appointment with the team of very respected professional cardiologists today by visiting promise.zulekhahospitals.com or calling 600 524 442.

Caption: The new No More Excuses project launched by Zulekha Hospitals intends to decrease incidences in heart-related health problems amongst the UAE community