Acute Coronary Syndrome. Prevention

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    Acute Coronary Syndrome. Complications

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    Acute Coronary Syndrome is a term used to describe the clinical symptoms associated with acute myocardial ischemia, which results from the lack of sufficient blood supply to the heart muscles.

    Unfortunately, despite these advances in heart medicine and techniques, people continue to succumb to Acute Coronary Syndrome due to the kind of lifestyle they lead. The lack of regular physical activity, stress, smoking, and unhealthy eating habits are some of the leading causes of Acute Coronary Syndrome mortalities. People can improve their chances of avoiding this ailment if they make more appropriate lifestyle choices, particularly if they fall within the range of risk factors for this disease. This way, they will have a better chance of making a full recovery should they be diagnosed with Acute Coronary Syndrome.

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