Cardiovascular disease is the second leading cause of death in the world. According to statistics, 62,000 people die each year from stroke.
What is a stroke?
A stroke is a condition that occurs as a result of a problem in the arteries of the brain.
Medicine distinguishes two types of stroke, ischemic stroke and hemorrhagic stroke.
Ischemic stroke is manifested by the presence of a blood clot in the cerebral artery, whereas during hemorrhagic stroke, artery rupture is most commonly caused by arterial hypertension. .
Doctors have found several causes related to the disease. Alcohol, fatigue, diet, stress etc … Today we will talk about a new cause recently discovered by the Japanese.
A Japanese study explains that people who eat faster than others have a higher risk of developing a metabolic syndrome, a major factor in cardiovascular diseases such as stroke.
This study was conducted by Japanese researchers from Hiroshima University.
Far from wanting to scare you, this article is about the prevention of risks that we run every day by our attitudes and habits.
Eating quickly significantly increases weight and also causes cardiovascular disease.
Do you know that in filling your belly at a great speed V you develop the risk of blood clot in your heart or brain?
The researchers studied the cases of 642 men and 441 women aged 51 years between 2008 and 2013. At the beginning of the study none of the volunteers had a metabolic syndrome.
According to the Interheart study conducted in 52 countries, this would be the third risk factor for cardiovascular disease (behind smoking and abnormal cholesterol).