After successfully escaping a raid on a heart attack, some patients will be glad that they will not die. However, habits determine fate, and if the habits of the future are not good, they will face a high recurrence rate. A recent study conducted by scholars at São Paulo State University in Brazil found that even if the heart attack is successful, if the patient has a bad habit of not eating breakfast and eating within 2 hours before going to bed at night, the risk of death is still high.
A total of 113 ST-segment elevation myocardial infarction (STEMI) patients with an average age of 60 years were enrolled in the study, and 73% were male. 58% of them do not eat breakfast, 51% of those who dinner late, and both have a 41%. Studies have shown that if a patient with myocardial infarction has the above two “bad habits of eating”, then there will be 4 to 5 times death after myocardial infarction, and the risk of angina pectoris within 30 days after discharge from a myocardial infarction or myocardial infarction.
Breakfast not only has to eat but also to eat rich
The study does not eat breakfast, defined as having three foods and drinks into the abdomen, including coffee and water, at least three times a week. The researchers are more admired for “eat breakfast like an emperor and eat dinner like a donkey”. “Breakfast is very important. The table should be richer. It is best to order dairy products, whole wheat staple foods, fruits, etc., which should account for 15% to 35% of the total energy of the whole day,” the researchers said.
Catherine Collins, chief nutritionist at St. George’s Hospital in London, believes that long-term not eating breakfast can easily deposit low-density lipoprotein on the inner wall of blood vessels, leading to arteriosclerosis. In addition, some scientists have conducted detailed studies on people who have not eaten breakfast for a long time, and found that their risk of myocardial infarction and cerebral infarction is much higher than that of normal people who eat breakfast.
A well-nourished breakfast usually includes these four types of food: cereals; animal foods, including eggs; milk and dairy products; vegetables and fruits. For an adult, the energy for breakfast every day should be 500-700 kcal: about 100 grams of cereals, such as taro, bread, cereal, noodles, porridge, etc.; foods containing high-quality protein, such as meat, Egg or soy product; 100 grams of fresh vegetables or fruit.
Dinner must be finished two hours before going to sleep
Dinner too late refers to bed and bed to determine the morning and evening of dinner, defined as dinner at least 3 times a week before going to bed. The dinner mentioned in the study emphasizes the meal time, and 2 hours before going to sleep is considered to be the shortest acceptable interval.
Eating too late for dinner can cause high blood fat, and after falling asleep, the blood flow rate is significantly reduced, resulting in the continuous deposition of blood lipids on the blood vessel wall. Over time, the risk factor for atherosclerosis naturally increases.
Eating too late for dinner not only increases the incidence of myocardial infarction, but also causes overall damage to the body, such as causing obesity, increasing the risk of stroke, high risk of gastric cancer, affecting sleep, leading to memory loss, and neurasthenia.
The less bad habits, the lower the recurrence rate of myocardial infarction
The researchers point out that their study shows that these two eating habits are independently associated with poor prognosis in patients after myocardial infarction, but if a person has many bad habits, the situation will only be worse.
Previous studies have found that people who do not eat breakfast and have dinner too late are more likely to have other bad habits, such as smoking and less physical activity.
Tong Jiayi, deputy director of Cardiovascular Medicine, Zhongda Hospital affiliated to Southeast University, said that the occurrence of myocardial infarction is related to modern mental labor, frequent social interaction, lack of sleep time, irregular life, lack of exercise, obesity, and smoking and alcoholism. . The presence of these unhealthy causes increases the amount of catecholamines in the human body, stimulates the coronary receptors, and causes the coronary arteries to appear on the basis of stenosis. This is one of the special causes of acute myocardial infarction in young and middle-aged people.
Working hours are too long and not enough sleep is the biggest killer in the heart. Acute myocardial infarction can be induced in less than 5 hours of continuous sleep. For those who have suffered from coronary heart disease, they should quit smoking and alcohol, exercise actively, and do not support their physical strength. If you have discomfort, you should seek medical advice promptly.
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