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A study of cardiovascular risk Behaviour among medical students in a medical college, Gurugram, Haryana

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Dr. Shambhavi and Dr. Kritika Bansal
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Introduction: Cardiovascular diseases have become the main threat these days and the main reason of cardiovascular diseases are related to our adoption of sedentary lifestyle including diet, physical activity, stress, consumption of alcohol and smoking. Its quite essential to see that those who will be the healers for many in future are to what extent leading a healthy life in their present. Objectives: 1. To assess the awareness and attitude of medical students towards cardiovascular disease.2. To find to association between gender and lifestyle risk factors Material &Methods: A cross-sectional study was conducted among medical graduates of a medical college in Gurugram. Self -Administered Questionnaire was used to collect information regarding their knowledge and attitude towards the risk factors of Cardiovascular diseases like their diet, alcohol intake, smoking, physical activity. The data was compiled in Excel sheet and analyzed by Epi-Info version 7 software. Results: Out of 244 medical students, 112(45.90%) were males and 132(54.09%) were females. 124(50.81%) of students had an intake of 1-2 fruits/day while 15.16% students had daily junk food intake and 19.67% regularly consumed carbonated drinks.64.34% had the habit of getting stressed easily while majority of them (73.36%) were taking proper sleep. The body mass index of more than half of them were in normal range. Only 2.04% students were smoking on regular basis and only 6.96% had alcohol more than 2 times a week. Conclusion: Although being doctors we are aware of good and bad but still its rarely instigated in our lifestyles. These students should also be counselled and motivated to adopt a better life so that they stay far away from developing the disease when they grow up.

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