The entire specimen was evaluated for a period of 45 years and were carried out 145 thousand measures of blood pressure throughout (hypertension is a major risk factor for heart attack and stroke, as well as indicates that the walls of the blood vessels have lost elasticity). And what emerged first of all that the progression and evolution of vascular function in women is very different from that of man, and that she develops problems of high blood pressure at a much earlier age than him. It is also found that the problems of hypertension in women evolve much more quickly than in man, so if a 30-year-old is high blood tension, stresses Cheng, the risk, the heart is probably higher than that of the same age as him with high blood pressure.
The study confirms the high gender differences in cardiovascular health, the authors conclude, must always be taken into account in the clinical setting to differentiate the choices of preventive and therapeutic.
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