Many celebrities, including Puneeth Rajkumar, Sidharth Shukla, and Bramha Mishra, have died of heart attacks in recent years. Because individuals are already panicked, it is critical to disseminate accurate information and knowledge about what causes heart attacks. A rise in heart tests has been recorded by hospitals.
In the midst of it all, John Abraham made an inappropriate and factually wrong remark about heart attacks. Fans are enraged by his explanation on The Kapil Sharma Show, and they are not just condemning him but also schooling him. Medical students have been sparked into action.
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— Manish Sood #मैं_भी_Rahul (@The_ManishSood) December 7, 2021
Why do Bollywood people feel this urge to display their stupidity in every matter? Trust me, if this guy writes a book on heart health, our Indian public will make it a bestseller. pic.twitter.com/zQkEX22ibz
— Nandita Iyer (@saffrontrail) December 8, 2021
New gen medical gyan. Hilarious that others are listening seriously without laughing 😂
— Jaini /উজ্জয়িনী/ اجینی (@IchbinUjjaini) December 7, 2021
So that means u have too many bubbles 😂
— Chaitanya Kirtikar 🇮🇳 (@KaddakChai) December 9, 2021
Mark Twain has once said,
“It is better to keep your mouth closed and let people think you are a fool than to open it and remove all doubt”.
— Feroz Amir Zafar (@feroz_zafar) December 9, 2021
Beauty without brains, living in a triglyceride bubble😖
— Arun Valsan (@DrArunKValsan) December 8, 2021
This is out of syllabus 😂😂
— Wajahat. (@OncologyCorner_) December 9, 2021
Logic : pic.twitter.com/1Qd4uNEnX9
— NaDaaN™ (@nosmoking122) December 8, 2021
Triglycerides, according to John Abraham, are blood bubbles that flow to the heart and cause a heart attack. Triglycerides are a form of fat found in the blood that is typically evaluated in conjunction with cholesterol levels. Do they have the potential to cause a heart attack? Yes, but not by going straight to the heart of the matter. They may contribute to arterial hardening or artery wall thickening (arteriosclerosis), which raises the risk of stroke, heart attack, and heart disease.