Recent research has found that eating at irregular times increases the risk of dying from a hemorrhagic stroke.
A stroke is a serious life-threatening medical condition that requires urgent treatment. Recent research has found that eating at an irregular time increases the risk of death from diabetes hemorrhagic strokeaccording to the British daily Express.
Many studies have proven that unhealthy lifestyle habits – even seemingly innocuous habits, can increase the risk of hemorrhagic stroke.
Irregular dinner time increases the risk of death from hemorrhagic stroke
Hemorrhagic stroke occurs when a blood vessel in the brain bursts and bleeds in the brain.
And a study published in the journal Nutrients examined the effect of dinner time on the risk of death from stroke, coronary heart disease, and overall cardiovascular disease.
The study, conducted by Hokkaido University School of Medicine and Osaka University (Japan), included nearly 72,000 people, aged 40 to 79 years, without coronary heart disease and cancer at baseline. US National Library of Medicine NCBI.
The participants were divided into 3 groups:
Group dinner before 8pm
Group dinner irregular hours
Group dinner after 8pm.
During an average follow-up of more than 19 years, there were 846 deaths from hemorrhagic strokes, according to the NCBI.
The results found that the group who ate dinner at an irregular time had a higher risk of dying from a hemorrhagic stroke, compared with the group that ate dinner before 8 p.m., according to the results. Express.
“We found that eating dinner at irregular times was associated with an increased risk of dying from a hemorrhagic stroke, compared with eating dinner before 8 p.m.,” the researchers wrote.
The main cause of hemorrhagic stroke is high blood pressure
According to the UK’s National Health Service (NHS), the main cause of hemorrhagic strokes is high blood pressure, which can weaken the arteries in the brain and make them more likely to burst.
Things that increase the risk high blood pressure including being overweight, drinking too much alcohol, smoking, lack of exercise, stress.
Hemorrhagic strokes can also be caused by brain aneurysms or abnormally formed blood vessels in the brain, the NHS adds. Express.