Madrid, December 2 (Europe Press) –
Journal & # 39; BMC Medicine & # 39; According to a Finnish study published in men, men and women over 50 years of age or older are associated with lower risk of death from cardiovascular disease (CVD).
In his research, researchers from the University of Eastern Finland and the University of Javanese have shown that in every four to seven times a week, fatal CV events per 1,000 people per year are 2.7, compared to 10.1 events in people who use sauna once a week.
"The important conclusion of this research is that more regular use of gold is associated with lower risk of death by CVD in the intermediate and older women and men. There are some possible reasons why the use of suu may reduce the risk of death by CVD. Our research team has shown in previous studies The high consumption of gold is associated with blood pressure and it is known that the use of gold increases The project includes a heart rate reflects less moderate-intensity physical exercise ", a writer, Jerry explains laukakenane.
It has also been shown in the study that cases of CVD mortality (eg, number of new cases) also decrease the passing times of rising gold in weeks. For those who spend more than 45 minutes per week in gold, these incidents per 1,000 people per year were 5.1, compared to 9.6 for those who spent less than 15 minutes in the Sun. Total.
The authors evaluated the use of gold by self-report questionnaire and examined medical reports in 1,688 participants around and around the hospitals and health centers, death cardiovascular causes and deaths in Cuts (Finland) against documents of death certificates. . At the beginning of the study, participants were 63 years of age and 51.4% were women. The data for this possible study was collected between 1998 and 2015 and the average follow-up time was 15 years.