Narrowing Of Heart’s Veins In Winters Increases Threat Of Heart Attack

The risk of heart attack increases during the winter season. According to statistics, more than 50 percent of heart attacks occur in winter. In winter, the symptoms of heart disease are also comparatively more severe. Therefore special care should be taken of the heart in this season.

Narrowing in the arteries
Heart patients need special caution in winter. In winter, the body does not get enough sweat, so there is a need to increase the amount of medicine for heart disease, angina and blood pressure patients. Due to the low temperature in this season, the blood vessels of the heart start shrinking. Therefore, more power is required for blood circulation in these contracted veins and arteries. Which increases the risk of diseases related to blood pressure. At the same time, blood pressure also increases due to narrowing of the arteries and thickening of blood. Also, due to imbalance of platelets, there is a high probability of blockage in the arteries.

There is no lack of water in the body…

For those who have had artificial heart valves or those who have undergone angioplasty with metal stents in their body, the lack of water in the body can cause heart attack. Due to the lack of water, the blood starts to thicken, which causes it to stick to the heart veins and cause obstruction in the stent.

More than 50 percent of heart attack cases occur more during the winter season.

40 percent increased risk of heart attack. It is caused by a change in blood pressure levels in the morning.

Take care in the morning
Respiratory and high blood pressure patients need to take special precautions on a cold morning. Changes in blood pressure levels in the morning increase the risk of heart attack by 40 percent. Therefore, high blood pressure or those who have thick blood should go for a walk or workout after getting some sunlight instead of morning.


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