This information was reported by T4, reports URA-Inform.
Scientists have found that the risk of heart attack increases markedly on Monday. Data analysis showed that 17 percent of heart attacks occur on the first day of the week. On other weekdays, this figure drops to 15 percent, and on weekends it is 11-12 percent.
Scientists also drew attention to the increased risk of heart attack on the first and last days of vacation. Researchers suggest that changes in normal life during these periods can cause stress and increase the risk of a heart attack.
Equally important, however, is the conclusion about the time of day when the likelihood of a heart attack is highest. Despite popular belief, the morning hour is considered the least dangerous in terms of the risk of a heart attack.
A higher likelihood of heart disease is observed in the afternoon, especially between 12 and 18 hours. This suggests that factors such as extreme sports without preparation, hot weather and poor air quality may affect heart health.
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