Doctors are known as God figure but there is a striking difference between God and Doctor. Everybody needs an appointment with Doctor but nobody wants with God. The desperate demand for good doctors has always ensured that they are among the most powerful people in a society.
In the list of Hisar’s powerful Doctors, Dr. Dinesh Sehgal, M.D. |D.M. | FACC (U.S.) Cardiology | Director Cardiac Wing Sapra Multispeciality Hospital is a renowned name. He has done his MBBS and M.D (Interventional Cardiology) from Banaras Hindu University and has done more than 5000 Angioplasties and 10,000 Angiographies.
He has given his full year of experience and knowledge in the field of cardiac surgery, the reason for which he has been awarded as Best Interventional Cardiologist in Punjab and Haryana, 2018 by the Health minister of Punjab. Apart from awards and honors, he is a member at national and international forums.
The Doctor Dossier:
Awards won: Best Interventional Cardiologist in Punjab and Haryana 2018,
Best Cardiologist in Hisar
· The Various workplaces: Director, Sapra Multispecialty hospital, Hisar
Degrees: MBBS: Banaras Hindu University,
MD – Banaras Hindu University,
DM, FACC (U.S.)
Q 1. “Silent heart attacks are still heart attacks? What does this term mean?
A: A heart attack does not always have obvious symptoms, such as pain in your chest, shortness of breath and cold sweats. In fact, a heart attack can actually happen without a person knowing it. It is called a silent heart attack. It is like any other heart attack where blood flow to a section of the heart is temporarily blocked and can cause damage to the heart muscle.” People who have these silent heart attacks more likely to have symptoms like indigestion, discomfort in physical activity, Poor sleep, heartburn, Gastric Reflux, mild pain in chest, and prolonged fatigue.
Q 2. What are the best things that everyone should do for their heart to make sure it stays healthy?
A: Everyone should follow these simple habits to make sure their heart stays healthy and alleviate the risk of having a heart attack.
1. Do exercise 30 minutes every day
2. Quit smoking & drinking too much of Alcohol
3. Go vegetarian. Avoid Fatty foods
4. Lose weight
5. Do Meditation and Manage your Stress
6. Read, walk and Laugh
7. Do visit cardiologist once in a year for Heart checkup.