It is not much surprising to see rising incidence of the heart diseases among youth in today age. Few studies have found that the Indians suffer from heart diseases at least ten years before people in the West. The number of people dying from heart attack and cardiac arrest at a young age is increasing. Recently, a student named Bodagala Vamsi Reddiah, who was pursuing higher education in America, died due to cardiac arrest.
He was staying with friends in Poughkeepsie, near New York. Vamsi Reddiah slept after having the dinner on Thursday night, but he did not wake up the next morning. The friends then informed the police. Vamsi Reddiah died of cardiac arrest. The family members expect that the body of their son may reach the city on Wednesday.
He is 23 years old. He went to the US last August to do his MS at St. Peter’s College, New Jersey. Vamsi’s father Lavakumar works as a chief photographer in the Telugu daily.
There are various symptoms one may encounter before experiencing a sudden cardiac arrest. The short spells of breathlessness, Chest discomfort, irregular heart palpitations, sudden feeling of weakness and light headedness that can lead to unconsciousness.