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Thursday, June 21, 2018

Risk of Heart Disease is Higher For Separated, Divorced or Single — Study

This article is filed under: Health Current Events, Health, Article About Health, Health Issues, Health Problems

Although marriage is not all about unicorns and rainbows, growing old with a partner may help you avoid heart disease and stroke. This is according to research conducted over the last two decades covering more than two million people aged 42 to 77. It has been found out that being married significantly reduced the risk of both diseases according to the medical journal Heart.
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Although marriage is not all about unicorn and rainbows, growing old with a partner may help you avoid heart disease and strokes. This is according to researches conducted over the last two decades covering more than two million people aged 42 to 77. It is found out that being married significantly reduced the risk of both diseases according to medical journal Heart.  Compared to married people, the divorced, widowed or single were 42 percent more likely to develop cardiovascular diseases and 16 percent more likely to have coronary heart disease.  The risk of dying was likewise elevated for the non-married, by 42 percent from coronary heart disease and by 55 percent from stroke. The results were nearly the same for men and women, except for stroke, to which men were more susceptible.  Because of the result of the study, Chun Wai Wong, a researcher at Royal Stoke Hospital's department of Cardiology suggest that marital status should be considered in the risk assessment for cardiovascular diseases.  Four-fifths of all cardiovascular disease can be attributed to a proven set of the following "risk factors";  advanced age being a man high-blood pressure high cholesterol smoking diabetes.  Marriage, in other words, could be an important share of the missing 20 percent. With this, the study suggests that living together has a great effect on one's heart well being. Aside from this, earlier research suggests that people living in couples also have lower rates of dementia. Included in this research are a varied population in Europe, North America, the Middle East and Asia.
Compared to married people, the divorced, widowed or single were 42 percent more likely to develop cardiovascular diseases and 16 percent more likely to have coronary heart disease.


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The risk of dying was likewise elevated for the non-married, by 42 percent from coronary heart disease and by 55 percent from stroke. The results were nearly the same for men and women, except for stroke, to which men were more susceptible.



Because of the result of the study, Chun Wai Wong, a researcher at Royal Stoke Hospital's Department of Cardiology suggest that marital status should be considered in the risk assessment for cardiovascular diseases.
Although marriage is not all about unicorn and rainbows, growing old with a partner may help you avoid heart disease and strokes. This is according to researches conducted over the last two decades covering more than two million people aged 42 to 77. It is found out that being married significantly reduced the risk of both diseases according to medical journal Heart.  Compared to married people, the divorced, widowed or single were 42 percent more likely to develop cardiovascular diseases and 16 percent more likely to have coronary heart disease.  The risk of dying was likewise elevated for the non-married, by 42 percent from coronary heart disease and by 55 percent from stroke. The results were nearly the same for men and women, except for stroke, to which men were more susceptible.  Because of the result of the study, Chun Wai Wong, a researcher at Royal Stoke Hospital's department of Cardiology suggest that marital status should be considered in the risk assessment for cardiovascular diseases.  Four-fifths of all cardiovascular disease can be attributed to a proven set of the following "risk factors";  advanced age being a man high-blood pressure high cholesterol smoking diabetes.  Marriage, in other words, could be an important share of the missing 20 percent. With this, the study suggests that living together has a great effect on one's heart well being. Aside from this, earlier research suggests that people living in couples also have lower rates of dementia. Included in this research are a varied population in Europe, North America, the Middle East and Asia.

Four-fifths of all cardiovascular disease can be attributed to a proven set of the following "risk factors";

  • advanced age
  • being a man
  • high-blood pressure
  • high cholesterol
  • smoking
  • diabetes

Marriage, in other words, could be an important share of the missing 20 percent. With this, the study suggests that living together has a great effect on one's heart well being. Aside from this, earlier research suggests that people living in couples also have lower rates of dementia.


Included in this research are a varied population in Europe, North America, the Middle East and Asia.

This article is filed under: Health Current Events, Health, Article About Health, Health Issues, Health Problems

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