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Analyzing Behavioural Determinants for Perceived Risk of Heart Disease | Original Article

Nawaf Ibrahim Alamri*, Faisal Muzher Alshehri, Waleed Mohammed Alotaibi, Saleh Mohamed Alghamdi, Mohammed Rasheed Alotaibi, in Journal of Advances and Scholarly Researches in Allied Education | Multidisciplinary Academic Research


Between and within nations, the burden of cardiovascular disease (CVD) varies substantially. Those in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs) and low- and middle-income groups (HGPCs) bear a disproportionate share of the burden (HIC).Few studies have examined how at-risk individuals view their own and others' knowledge of, and exposure to, cardiovascular disease (CVD).Research on vulnerable people in Antwerp and Nottingham has been the subject of this project, as part of our study, we looked at how much people knew about cardiovascular disease (CVD), their perceptions of risk, and their intentions to become more active and eat healthily.In addition, we focused on Antwerp's widening social divide. So, this research is focused on the viewpoint of patients and the importance of health education for patients. Study's goal was to discover risk factors for CAD, as well as to determine whether patients' lives and habits have changed as a consequence of their illness. Cross-sectional study was conducted on 174 patients at Tertiary Care Hospital, Ashok Nagar utilizing a questionnaire including personal data, BMI, history of risk factors, behaviour change and medical advice. Epi Info examined the data and performed the relevant statistical tests. Preventive measures should be prioritized, and people should be counselled before they get unwell as much as possible.