The natural hormone which is in higher levels among young women could be playing a protective role in protecting the women from heart attacks.
Unfortunate for men, their gender is a risk score, and it could be the reason why they get attacks at a younger age than women.
Below are some examples of cardiovascular diseases: Cardiovascular diseases (CVDs) are the leading cause of death as they cause the death of more globally than other reasons.
Around 30% of all deaths are as a result of VCDs with coronary heart disease and stroke leading other cardiovascular diseases.
Scientists blame the increased risk on unhealthy habits saying that they are partly to blame for the vulnerability of the men.
The risk of heart disease among the omen only increases after menopause.
Approximately four out five of those who die due to heart disease are at the age of 65 or older.
The risk for men b to develop CVDs is higher than women’s and begins earlier by nearly ten years.
The gender of a person can increase the risk of age.
Men are at a higher risk of cardiovascular disease and suffer heard conditions earlier.