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Saturday, November 1, 2014

Women Sufferers Of Heart Stress Easier

The RESEARCH was presented in Switzerland not long ago said, women are more likely to suffer from anxiety and depression, after having a heart attack than men.

Research led by Prof. Pranas Serpytis from Lithuania, with 160 participants of theresearch which is the patient's myocardial infarction, a condition of death in myocardial infarction (heart muscle), due to the blood flow to the heart muscle is blocked, atVilnius University Hospital Santariskiu Clinics in Vilnius, Lithuania.

One month after being diagnosed with myocardial infarction, patients were interviewedto gather information on the demographic and clinical characteristics, risk factor forcardiovascular disease, such as smoking and physical activity, and mental health history.

"Our Study shows that women are more likely to experience anxiety and depressionafter myocardial infarction than men. However, until now these problems are generallynot known by the doctors, "says Prof Pranas.

As reported by the Torontosun, Wednesday (22/10/2014), he suggested that doctorsshould assess heart attack patients, especially women, whether they are experiencingstress and depression in order to timely treatment can begin.

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