Impact of Physical and Psychological Rehabilitation on Quality of Life among Ischemic Heart Disease Patients: A Current Perspective


  • M. Naveed Babur
  • Tayyaba Ayub



Cardiovascular diseases cause approximately one-third of deaths worldwide [1]. Among cardiovascular illnesses, ischemic heart disease (IHD) ranks as the most prevalent [2]. Indeed, IHD is acknowledged as an important threat to sustainable development in the 21st century [3] In 2020, around 19.1 million deaths were ascribed to IHD universally. Accessible epidemiologic proof showed that the presence of hypertension, hypercholesterolemia, and excessive cigarette smoking, either separately or in blend, are unequivocal gamble factors in the general population. Factors, for example, obesity, heavy coffee drinking, diabetes mellitus, and a positive family background of ischemic coronary illness are likewise significant, even though the extra explanation of their general significance is as yet required. In later years, two different regions of the existence design had been emphatically embroiled as risk factors; in particular, conduct qualities and propensities for active work, either occupation-related or relaxation time. Tragically, these two regions were not investigated in the absolute earliest epidemiologic examinations, and further documentation of their impact on the normal history of ischemic coronary illness is as yet required.[4]The evidence accessible at present emphatically proposes that people can be ordered tentatively as indicated by their behavioral trait and propensities for movement. As a general rule, the people with exuberant, ineffectively coordinated drive, expanded Hypochondriasis (MMPI) and expanded Movement Drive (TTS) have a higher frequency of myocardial localized necrosis than those subjects who miss the mark on qualities. Rosenman and Friedman marked such people as having character design Type A. The pace of myocardial localized necrosis seems, by all accounts, to be roughly one around 50% of that of the stationary population in men who are either routinely truly dynamic over the course of life or who partake in an occupation that requests customary actual work; i.e., transport guides, postal carriers, and so on [5].




How to Cite

Babur, M. N., & Ayub, T. (2024). Impact of Physical and Psychological Rehabilitation on Quality of Life among Ischemic Heart Disease Patients: A Current Perspective. The Superior Journal of Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation, 4, 1–2.