May 7, 2023

The German “Focus” website published five unknown factors that are associated with a higher risk of stroke.

Extra work

According to scientists, people who work more than 55 hours a week have a 33% higher risk of stroke than people who work 40 hours a week.

the noise

As the noise in the surrounding area increases, so does the number of people having a stroke. People over the age of 65 are particularly sensitive to “noise pollution.” Starting at a threshold of 60 dB, the risk of having a stroke increases by 27%.

Non-alcoholic sweet drinks

And many soda lovers underestimate the seriousness of this factor. Research data indicates that stroke is particularly common among women who consume these beverages.

weight fluctuations

And researchers from South Korea concluded that the negative effects resulting from sudden fluctuations in weight can be compared to the devastating effects on the body of high blood pressure, cholesterol, blood sugar and excess weight. And the risk of stroke in this group of people increases by 41%, according to what was reported by the Russian “Medic Forum”.


Anyone who has had the flu should pay attention to any changes in their health. The researchers discovered that the risk of stroke increased by 40% in the next 15 days after the injury.

Earlier, a British scientist warned that the increased consumption of energy-rich foods, which are high in saturated fats, trans fats, sugars and salt, has become the main risk behind many diseases that lead to premature death.

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