There are many similarities between music and heart: Dr Prabhakar K Deshpande
Veteran cardiologist Dr. Prabhakar K Deshpande said on Sunday that one must understand the similarity between music and heart to lead a healthy life.
Nagpur: The rhythm of the heartbeat is the most important music in the world. Listening to good music has a small but positive effect on heart health. Veteran cardiologist Dr. Prabhakar K Deshpande said on Sunday that one must understand the similarity between music and heart to lead a healthy life. And he was also participating in a unique program organized at the Scientific Society Hall, which was also a mix of music and heart health.
As the right balance between both rhythm and melody makes a song perfect, Dr. Prabhakar K Deshpande asked people to maintain the right balance between lifestyle and heart health to enjoy life to the fullest. “Doctors try to get their patients’ heartbeats in the most correct rhythm, which ensures a healthy life. It’s like music directors or singers trying to get the right tempo for their song.” Dr. Prabhakar K Deshpande said, adding that music affects emotions and mood. “Depending on the type of song, music can help energize or calm you down, or even stir up memories of the past.”
It is by no means surprising that numerous studies have explored the effects of music on the heart and overall health.” They said. Speaker Kishor Galande interacted with Dr. Prabhakar K Deshpande on a part of the stage, while singers Manjiri Vaidya-Iyer, Gunwant Ghatwai, and Mukul Pandey performed several old and new songs with ‘Dil’ as the central theme.
Old-fashioned contraceptive pills used to affect the heart health of women
This very unique event was conceptualized by Mugdha Tapas. When a section of the audience asked about heart disease at a young age, Dr. Prabhakar K Deshpande completely blamed the wrong lifestyle of the youth for this.
“I can quote many scientific studies which prove that Indian children following western ways of living and eating habits are creating hindrances at a very young age. We should teach discipline to our children. Childhood obesity is no less than an epidemic.” They said.
On being asked a question, Dr. Prabhakar K Deshpande said that the old-fashioned contraceptive pills used to affect the heart health of women. He also explained cardiomyopathy, a disease of the heart muscle that makes it very difficult for the heart to pump blood to the rest of the body, in simple language.
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