Death Makes No Sense

Cardiovascular System

Death makes no sense.

On October 29, 2021, famous cardiologist Dr. Puneeth Rajkumar passed away at the age of 46. Dr. Devi Shetty gave a clear statement. I liked it a lot, so I am trying to express it by looking at the Bengali sentiment of his statement.

Dr. Devi Shetty writes: I lost 8/9 of my dearest acquaintances and some celebrities forever in the last few years. They were in their forties and died because of the extra effort to be ‘physically fit’.

Unfortunately, they just looked fit and had six-packs or something. Puneeth also joined that list.
In anything in life, the most important thing is moderation.

“Neither the ‘zero figure’ nor the exaggeration of a hundred is correct.

A moderate amount of exercise is needed every day—about 20 minutes. Eat everything—no detoxification, no ketomoto diet, eat everything your ancestors ate, all local and seasonal foods available in your town—but in small amounts. There is no need for exotic kiwi fruit, kale, or olive oil. 7 hours of intensive sleep is required; the needs of the body must be met, but it should not be through steroids or performance-enhancing drugs.

Eat everything you ate growing up, but in small amounts; do light exercise for twenty or thirty minutes; and walk regularly.

Do you understand my message? Nothing, just mediocrity.

Add a few moments of silent meditation a day to your routine. Muslims can best incorporate this practice into their routine through prayer.

One very important thing is to listen, understand, and pay attention to body language. You have to understand your body and your responsibility.

After 40, some physiological changes start; after 50 more; after 60, the body starts to relax; after 70, it starts to close; and after 80, every year is a bonus. So 60 is the new 40, or age is just a number—stop saying that. These are not correct. After 40 or 50, be grateful if your health is intact, but slow down a bit to keep your heart rate up.

Please try to understand that there are logical reasons for timing retirement. Your body and mind can no longer handle the pressure that you once could. You look great on the outside, thanks to your ‘genes’, but the internal decay of the organs is taking place.

Be happy and beautiful, not outwardly but inwardly as well.

|| Footnote 1||

In summary, there are six instructions:
▪️20 minutes of light exercise
▪️Walking regularly
▪️Seven hours of deep sleep
▪️Take some time for solitary meditation.
▪️Eating all foods in small amounts
▪️Listening to the body and taking action accordingly.

|| Footnote 2 ||

No theory is universal; for those who disagree, that’s their right; I respect their opinion.

Be happy internally and not externally.
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Original composition: Prof. Dr. Devi Shetty

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