World Heart Day- 29th September


Every year on the 29th of September, people all around the world observe World Heart Day. The day is observed to raise awareness about the rising concerns of heart health, cardiovascular illnesses, the impact of overexercising on the heart and how heart care is of utmost importance.

World Heart Day 2022: Theme

The theme for World Heart Day 2022 is ‘USE HEART FOR EVERY HEART’. With increasing global awareness about cardiovascular diseases and learning to manage the disease. In the theme ‘USE HEART FOR EVERY HEART’, “Use Heart” means to think differently, make the right decisions, act with courage and help others. Similarly, “For Every Heart” involves the use of “FOR” and shifts the focus from the actions themselves to the heir of such actions, allowing for wider application of the campaign while also making it more personal.

World Heart Day 2022: Significance

The ultimate aim of World Heart Day is to direct the attention of the world to the behaviour that can deter individuals from becoming inclined to cardiovascular diseases and also skill people on how to manage the potential risks related to such an eminent organ of the body. The World Heart Federation established this day to raise awareness about the various cardiovascular issues and illnesses that affect the world population today.

World Heart Day: History

The World Heart Federation and World Health Organization collaborated to create this international event. Antoni Bayés de Luna, who served as the World Heart Federation’s president from 1997 to 1999, had come up with this idea. World Heart Day was originally celebrated on September 24, 2000, and up until 2011, it was marked as the final Sunday in September. It was later decided upon as 29th September, the exact date when international World Heart Day will be observed with more than 90 countries coming together to participate in this world event.

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