Why Do Some People Die Suddenly From a Heart Attack?: Have you ever wondered why some people survive a heart attack while others are unlucky?
A heart attack occurs when the blood flow to the heart is blocked, after which the muscle tissues lose oxygen, which damages the heart.
According to medical experts, a heart attack that causes death causes so much damage to the heart that the heartbeat becomes unstable and gradually stops forever.
This unstable heartbeat is the result of a lack of oxygen that starts in the lower part of the heart and when it does, there is a lot of agitation in the heart.
However, a dynamic lifestyle can reduce the risk of sudden death from a heart attack.
This was revealed in a new medical study.
The study, published in the medical journal European Journal of Preventive Cardiology, found that sudden death from a heart attack was more common in people who were physically sluggish or did not like to exercise.
Heart disease is the leading cause of death worldwide, but an active lifestyle can prevent heart disease.
The study compared dynamic lifestyles to slower lifestyles to find out what effects a sudden heart attack has on the body.
Data from 10 research reports in Europe were used for this source.
Researchers have found a link between physical activity and the risk of dying from a heart attack (immediate and within 28 days).
Of the more than 28,000 people the study looked at, 4,975 died within 28 days of having a heart attack, while 3,101 died instantly.
Researchers have found that being more physically active reduces the risk of an immediate heart attack and death within 28 days.
Research has shown that people who are accustomed to moderate and strenuous physical activity have a 33% and 45% lower risk of dying from a heart attack than those with a slower lifestyle, respectively.
Similarly, the risk of death within 28 days is reduced by 36% and 28%, respectively.
Exercise or physical activity can reduce the risk of dying from a heart attack, researchers say.
“According to our analysis, even modest physical activity can be helpful against a fatal heart attack,” he said.
“At least 150 minutes of moderate or 75 minutes of strenuous exercise each week can reduce this risk,” he said.