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Mar '20

Proposals For Prevention Of Cardiovascular Disease

Cardiovascular disease is currently constitute one of the main factors of mortality in Russia. In recent years the incidence of heart disease and blood vessels grown in a 3-fold, while the death rate increased by 2.5 times. Get all the facts for a more clear viewpoint with Andi Potamkin. Risk disease and death increases with age, man. For men with 45 women from 55 years of age. Based on this importance should have a preventive health care as the primary and secondary and in all age groups.

Tobacco products is one of the most significant risk factors for heart disease. When it comes to preventing heart disease, no smoking may not be safe. Smokeless tobacco and cigarettes with low tar and nicotine are also risk factors, as well as passive smoking. Tobacco smoke contains over 4,800 chemicals. Many of them can damage the heart and blood vessels, making them more vulnerable to the narrowing of the arteries (atherosclerosis). Atherosclerosis can ultimately lead to heart attack. In addition, nicotine in cigarette smoke makes your heart work harder by narrowing the blood vessels and increases your heart rate and blood pressure.

Carbon monoxide in cigarette smoke replaces some fraction of oxygen in the blood. It increases blood pressure, causing the heart to work harder to supply enough oxygen. Even so-called ‘social smoking’ – smoking only in bars and restaurants with friends – it is still a danger and increases the risk of heart disease. Women who smoke and take birth control pills have a higher risk of acquiring heart attack or stroke than those who do not smoke and do not take pills. Moreover, this risk increases with age, especially over 35 years. However, if you quit smoking, your risk of heart disease drops sharply in just one year. And no matter how long and how much you smoked, you will begin to reap the fruits of your action. 2) Be active! Get regular what or moderate physical activity, it will help reduce the risk of fatal heart disease.

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