What is the reason that some people survive after a heart attack while others do not prove lucky? Active lifestyle has been associated with a lower probability of immediate death from heart attack. Research published yesterday in the European Journal of Preventive Cardiology, a journal of the European Society of Cardiology, has been revealed. Heart disease is the leading cause of death worldwide and prevention is a major priority of public health.
Why do some people die of sudden heart attacks?
Physical activity has proven effective in preventing heart disease and sudden death. New research focuses on the effect of sluggish lifestyle versus active lifestyle on the immediate cause of heart attack. For this purpose, researchers used data from 10 research to be held in Europe.
The association between activity level and risk of death from heart attack (immediately and within 28 days) was tested. After looking at the data of 28 thousand 140 people involved in the research, it was found that 4 thousand 975 (17.7 percent) of them died in 28 days of heart attack, while 3 thousand 101 (62.3 percent) of the participants immediately got the result of heart attack. died on.
According to research, those who were involved in moderate and strenuous physical activity, their risk of immediate death from heart attack was reduced by 33 percent and 45 percent respectively compared to those with sluggish lifestyle. Similarly, within 28 days, the risk of death among such people was found to be 36 per cent and less by 28 per cent. The correlation with low activity did not reach statistical significance.
Exercise reduces the risk of heart disease
Researchers said that on the basis of tests, it can be said that even minor physical activity can be beneficial against fatal heart attack. Guidelines recommend that at least 150 minutes of moderate or 75 minutes of strenuous exercise a week can reduce the risk of heart disease. In the end it has been concluded that there are many ways to remain physically active. Research provides more evidence of reward for exercise.
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