Dipesh used to stay away from alcohol
It is still very hard to believe the death of 41-year-old Hutt Kaate actor Deepesh Bhan. How can Dipesh, who lives a healthy lifestyle away from tobacco, cigarettes and alcohol, get any disease? This question has made a home in the minds of the fans. Even avoiding smoking and adopting a healthy lifestyle does not guarantee longevity. But if a habit is in moderation, it definitely keeps the body healthy. Keeps away from all diseases.
Not a bad habit
Dipesh Bhan’s lifestyle was very healthy. The actor used to work out vigorously. But one day the news of the sudden death of the actor shocked everyone. The cause of Dipesh’s death is being said to be brain haemorrhage. From Asif Shaikh to Kavita Kaushik… everyone says that Deepesh has never even smoked a cigarette. Do not adopt any bad habit that harms the body.
Questions on death
In such a case, the question arises that despite such a healthy lifestyle, how can an actor have the problem of brain hemorrhage? The only question the actor’s fans and co-stars have is how could this happen to Deepesh, who follows fit and healthy habits and does not even touch alcohol?
Was the cause excessive exercise?
Too much of anything is bad. According to Deepesh’s co-stars, the actor used to spend hours in the gym. Asif said that Dipesh used to do a lot of gymming and running. I also told him that after 40 he should reduce it all. He was quite fit when he started. Even on my explanation, he used to spend 3-3 hours in the gym. And often skipped dinner.
An accident happened to a girl from Bangalore
So did excessive exercise cause Dipesh Bhan’s death? According to a news of the Times of India, recently there was a news from Bangalore that a woman died while lifting weights in the gym. The cause of the woman’s death has been given as haemorrhage. After this incident, doctors warned gym goers against lifting too much weight. According to doctors, when a person does a lot of exercise, the blood pressure increases, after which bleeding in the brain can occur and death can also occur.
What do the doctors say?
Speaking to ETimes, Dr Nilesh Gautam, Consultant Interventional Cardiology, P.D. Hinduja Hospital and Medical Research Centre, Khar, points out that it is important for people to understand what kind of exercise they do to stay fit. We need aerobic exercise more than weight training. If you’re weight training, you’re building muscle, which increases resistance and requires more blood to pump to the heart. Aerobic exercise like cycling, walking, swimming reduces body fat, muscles also remain toned.
He says that exercise-related seizures in young people can also lead to strokes. They say that people who are already fit and maintain themselves can also have stroke problems. When we do exercises like weight lifting, there are many changes in our body’s circulation. But many people, who are born with certain problems, can develop problems. People should be careful when lifting more than 50 pounds.
Adopt these habits
There is absolutely no need to fear the dangers associated with exercise. Be careful while exercising if necessary. The best way to do this is to keep checking your pulse with a digital watch or pulse oximeter. Along with this, keep getting regular health check-ups from the doctor.