Dr. Shinde Rituparna - Cardiology in Pune

Dr. Shinde Rituparna

MBBS, MD - General Medicine, DNB - Cardiology

  • Pune, Maharashtra

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Clinic Locations

Aloha Lifestyle Reversal Studio

S.Number - 46, D.P. Road, Vartak Pride, Raja Mantri Road , Pune , Maharashtra , India


  • Cardiologist


  • University of Pune - 1998 Graduated
  • University of Pune - 2003 Graduated
    MD - General Medicine
  • National Board of Examination, India - 2010 Graduated
    DNB - Cardiology


Get A Good Night’s Sleep to Keep Your Heart Healthy

Even though we’ve all heard about the advantages of getting a good night’s sleep, recent research indicates that regular sleep patterns, rather than just sleep duration, may help lessen the risk of a heart attack. A recent study: Adults with irregular sleep habits have an increased chance of developing cardiovascular disease, according to a reliable source (CVD). Lack of a regular bedtime or wake-up time was used to describe an irregular sleep pattern. The National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute study discovered that older persons’ inconsistent sleep patterns may be a separate CVD risk factor.

Heart Disease Prevention and Treatment

Heart Disease Prevention and Treatment January 27, 2023 by Editorial Team Heart Disease Prevention and Treatment Share Tweet Pin Share In the United States, cardiovascular disease is the most common cause of death. It is also a significant cause of disability. There are numerous factors that can increase your risk of heart disease. They are known as risk factors. Some of these are beyond your control, but there are many that you can do too. Educating yourself about them can help you reduce your risk of developing heart disease. What are the risk factors for heart disease that you cannot change? Age: As you become older, your risk of developing heart disease rises. Men over the age of 45 and women over the age of 55 are at a higher risk.

A Heart-Healthy Diet Doesn’t Have To Be Low In Fat

The truth is that eating more whole or less processed plant-based meals will automatically reduce your fat intake, particularly saturated fat. Saturated fat, which is mostly found in meat and dairy products, can raise levels of bad LDL (Low-Density Lipoprotein) cholesterol, which is a major factor in heart disease. Nevertheless, merely reducing all forms of fat does not always translate into a diet that lowers cardiovascular risk.

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