Big Bull Rakesh Jhunjhunwala: Rakesh Jhunjhunwala, known as the Big Bull of the stock market, has died at the age of 62 due to kidney problems. He breathed his last at 6.45 am. Rakesh was admitted to Breach Candy Hospital in Mumbai due to deteriorating health. Let us inform that he was admitted to the hospital earlier too but he was discharged 2-3 weeks ago. Big Bull Rakesh Jhunjhunwala death has also been confirmed by Breach Candy Hospital. After the death of Jhunjhunwala, there has been a debate among people regarding not following a healthy lifestyle. On this, our experts are giving you some important information, knowing that you can stay away from diseases even at a very old age.
Kidneys had failed up to 50%
Dr Raman Goel, Consultant, Bariatric Surgeon, Wockhardt Hospital, Mumbai Central, says the corporate giant’s unfortunate death at the age of 62 puts the focus on ignoring personal health. Although no news related to Big Bull Rakesh Jhunjhunwala health has been revealed at the moment, but it is said that he had 50% kidney failure, which is related to diabetes and metabolic syndrome.
Main cause of Heart Diseases
He said that the longer it takes to get information about symptoms, the worse the results. In such a situation, lack of health information and lack of recognition of risk factors for heart disease are also the main reasons for deaths.
These dangers for diabetic patients
Although medications and lifestyle changes are the mainstay of diabetes treatment, blood sugar levels remain uncontrolled in more than 50% of diabetics, leading to complications such as kidney failure, heart attack, brain stroke and premature death.
Young people at greater risk
Dr Ankur Futterpekar, Cathlab and Interventional Cardiologist at Symbiosis Hospital, Mumbai, says that due to work from home and sedentary lifestyle, Kovid has made people more uncomfortable. When it comes to alcohol consumption, “restraint” is seen in European countries but less so in Indians, because people here drink too much. This factor has been found to be the major factor in the cases of heart attack in youth.
This factor is also responsible
Dr. Ankur says that youth in India are going through a lot of stress, including stress, stress related to modern life, lifestyle stress, which contribute to smoking, drinking and unhealthy eating habits and sleep patterns. According to research, prolonged exposure to stress is associated with an increased risk of high blood pressure, high blood cholesterol, triglycerides and high blood sugar, which are a common risk factor for heart disease.
These 2 things will lessen the danger
According to Dr. Ankur, a healthy lifestyle undoubtedly helps in the prevention of heart disease and other chronic diseases like diabetes, blood pressure, high cholesterol and hyperglycaemia. Exercise and a healthy diet are both beneficial in preventing serious diseases. However, the need is that people are aware of heart diseases, especially the youth, who are at higher risk.
Starting in the stock market with Rs 5000
Jhunjhunwala, who was a Chartered Accountant (CA), started in the stock market in 1985 with an investment of only five thousand Rs. At present, the value of his equity portfolio is more than Rs. Tata Group’s company Titan is considered to be his preferred stock. The value of his holding in Titan is around Rs 11,000 crore. He also invested in several other companies and startups. He had investments in over three dozen companies. Recently, he entered the airline sector with Akasa Air.
Rs 5000 to $5.8 billion Journey of Big Bull Rakesh Jhunjhunwala
According to Forbes, the net worth of Big Bull Rakesh Jhunjhunwala was $ 5.8 billion (Rs 46,000 crore). According to the Forbes 2021 list, he was the 36th richest person in India. His portfolio includes Star Health, Titan, Rallis India, Canara Bank, Indian Hotels Company, Agro Tech Foods, Najara Technologies and Tata Motors. Rakesh Jhunjhunwala’s wife Rekha Jhunjhunwala has also invested heavily in the stock market. He has 19 stocks in his portfolio, worth Rs 9,800 crore.