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Traumatic Trigger Heart Attacks In Women

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When compared to men, women are more often exposed to stress than men. Perhaps because women are more often judge many things with feeling than with the mind. It is also that then makes women more susceptible to heart disease, especially just before the elderly.

As quoted from everydayhealth.com, a study showed that middle-aged women and elderly who experience a traumatic event such as the death of a husband or someone he loves will increase the risk of heart attack by 65 percent.

Bad or traumatic experiences until the problem is longstanding and unresolved stress can also trigger prolonged. It could also double the risk of heart attacks in middle-aged women and elderly. Even women who reported having serious financial problems in life have a higher risk of heart disease.

Increasing age is also a factor of vulnerability of a woman experiencing more stress and more stress a person will also threaten the health of the heart. The reason behind the relationship of stress and heart attack is inflammation and stress increases cortisol levels in the blood thereby increasing the chances of plaque buildup in the arteries and ultimately increase the risk of heart attack.

Therefore, keeping the mind and emotional health is also important in addition to keep in shape while approaching old age Ladies. Not only to avoid the stress, but also to avoid a heart attack.

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