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Stress, Women, and Heart Health: Should You Be Worried?

  • Experiencing three traumatic events could end your story of life altogether, especially if you are a woman. These are the findings of a new study conducted by a team of researchers at the University of Pittsburgh.

Stress, Women, and Heart Health: Should You Be Worried?

Experiencing three traumatic events could end your story of life altogether, especially if you are a woman. These are the findings of a new study conducted by a team of researchers at the University of Pittsburgh.

A woman plays several roles a day and this may sometimes put them under tremendous stress. The mounting stress could prove harmful to the heart health of a woman especially if she experiences a few traumatic events as well.

Who are at risk?Heart Disease Facts in Women

According to a recent study, experiencing up to three traumatic events is all it may take for a woman to get a heart disease. The research team believes that women are more likely suffer from a heart disease after experiencing the following conditions:

  • Menopause
  • Road accident
  • Death of a child

Cases of physical abuse and natural calamity also count as a traumatic experience that could increase the risk of heart disease in women.

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Heart disease in the number one killer among females. One of the biggest reasons is a poor endothelial function, which may prevent proper circulation of blood. Menopause and traumatic events are the two leading risk factors for reduced endothelial function.

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