Coronary Artery disease is a chief cause of infirmity and untimely death all over the world, and contributes considerably to the mounting costs of healthcare. Atherosclerosis is the primary pathology and it develops over a long period of time and is usually at the advanced stages when the symptoms start appearing generally at the age of 35-40 years. Acute cerebrovascular and coronary events normally occur rapidly and in most cases they are lethal prior to the administration of medical care. Alteration of risk influences can drastically reduce morbidity and mortality in patients with cardiovascular ailment (Kańtoch et al., 2018).
Coronary Artery Disease health promotion and maintenance is a significant concept for persons especially those aged 35 years and above, but also most significantly during the aging process. The rates of disability, the health of persons in comparison to their parents, and developments in healthcare, patient lifestyles and technology are aspects that can be impacted by information offered by health promotion.