Heart attack: Increasing cases of heart attack in women, the causes are these

Heart attack: Increasing cases of heart attack in women, the causes are these

The situation was different in the past, there was a belief that no one would get heart problems if they reached the age of fifty. In modern times, the number of people dying of heart attack in their 20s is increasing. Generally men are more prone to heart attacks, but now the cases of heart attacks are also increasing in women. It seems that the number of women suffering from heart attacks has increased by 35 percent after Corona. So everyone should be careful. A few days ago, Bollywood actress Susmithasen said that she suffered a heart attack. Kannada actor Vijayaraghavendra’s wife Spandan also died of a heart attack. Both of them are less than fifty years old. Due to this, it seems that even women should not show laziness in the case of heart attack.

Generally, the symptom that comes before a heart attack is pain in the chest, chest tightness and shortness of breath. But sometimes there is a possibility of heart attack without showing any symptoms. So it is very important to be careful not to become complacent even if there are minor inconveniences. If you feel pain and discomfort in the neck, jaw, shoulders, chest, do not take it lightly. Also, if you are facing difficulty in breathing, if you feel pain in one hand or both hands, if you feel nauseated vomiting, if you are sweating for no reason, if you feel extreme tiredness and lethargy, if you have heartburn, or if you do not want to eat, you should be very careful. Medical experts say that all these are symptoms of heart attack.

Women with diabetes should be very careful. Because research shows that women with diabetes have a 50% higher risk of heart attack than normal women. It is also possible to have a silent heart attack without any symptoms. Also, the effect of heart attack is high on women who are affected by stress and anxiety. Heart problems can also occur in people who sit for long periods of time without doing physical activity or exercise. Medical experts also explain that estrogen levels decrease in menopausal women and the risk of heart attack increases. If you have problems like high BP and diabetes during pregnancy, there is a possibility of heart attack in the long run. Obese people, even those with high cholesterol, are more prone to heart attacks. So keep the weight under control and do physical exercises daily. Eat light food. Reduce stress and anxiety. Smoking and drinking should be stopped.

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Note: The information collected from many studies and researches has been provided here as usual. It is not a substitute for medical professional advice. Be sure to include this food in your diet only after consulting a doctor or a nutritionist. This information is for your information only.

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