Age versus Heart Attack Indians get a heart attack a decade earlier in their lives as compared to other ethnic groups. According to the Indian Heart Association, 50% of all heart attacks in Indians occur under 50 years of age and 25% of all heart attacks in Indians under the age of 40.
In that year, Arkansas was the state with the third highest heart disease death rate in the United States, with around 227 such deaths per every 100,000 inhabitants. Leading U.S. states based on deaths due to heart diseases in 2019 (per 100,000 population)
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Heart Disease Deaths Vary by Sex, Race, and Ethnicity
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Many folks refrain from drinking at bedtime to avoid getting up overnight. But, cardiologists say there's a good reason to risk a trip to the bathroom and take a drink before bed. A glass of water before sleeping helps reduce the risk of heart attack or stroke.Sep 22, 2016
Can a person have more than one heart attack? Yes. Not uncommonly, people with coronary artery disease have more than one heart attack over the years. In fact, by looking at the heart tissue at autopsy, pathologists can tell when myocardial infarctions occurred.
Case-control studies have reported that important risk factors for CHD in India are dyslipidemias, smoking, diabetes, hypertension, abdominal obesity, psychosocial stress, unhealthy diet, and physical inactivity. Suitable preventive strategies are required to combat this epidemic.
According to the United Nations, in their report called UN Chronicle: The Atlas of Heart Disease & Stroke, Japan has one of the lowest rates of coronary heart disease in the world, but the Japanese were found to have a gradually increasing risk after moving to North America, eventually approaching that of those people Jul 17, 2010