In a recent study, there are several concerns raised on women's hearts. University of Massachusetts Lowell in their new study has found that women suffer with more heart problems when compared to men and there are several reasons for the increase in heart diseases in women.
University of Massachusetts Lowell has conducted studies in more than 50 countries involving more than 23 lakh people. Women were diagnosed with more cardiac issues, which resulted in the worst outcome. The survey reveals that more than 60 million women are suffering from cardiac diseases, that is with one or the other heart problems, which are left untreated.
The rising issue is creating tremors in the public. The problem is important to know that heart disease does not depend on gender, anyone can suffer from cardiac problems and they need diagnosis, treatment and awareness of the diseases.
Symptoms of heart problems are mostly vomiting, jaw pain and abdominal pain. Premature menopause, endometriosis and hypertension disorders during pregnancy are also risk factors that trigger heart problems in women.
Heart attack rate in young women is more worrying. The heart attack rate increased from 21 per cent to 31 per cent, that is between the age of 35 to 54 years. Doctors also suspect that changes in women's hormones are one of the reasons for heart problems.