What is the heart attack relationship with blood group?
Those who do not have the blood ‘O’ group, have a higher risk of heart attack. Recent findings have been found in this study. Researchers say that the ‘O’ group’s blood is a little less risky than their heart attack. Scientists believe that blood group ‘A’, ‘B’ and ‘AB’ groups have high blood pressure proteins to their blood.
Researchers say that through such research results doctors will be able to understand who are at risk of a heart attack. This study was presented at the European Society of Cardiology congress. This report was made by researching about 1.3 million people.
Studies show that 15 of their 1,000 people who are not blood groups are at risk of a heart attack. On the other hand, 14 of their 1,000 people in the blood ‘O’ group are at risk of heart attack. Although the difference is small, this number is much more in the overall population’s judgment.
But a charitable organization working on the heart thinks that it is important to keep people away from smoking and pay more attention to healthier foods.
Earlier, one study found that the risk of cardiovascular risk of those who have ‘AB’ blood group is 23 percent higher than others. In addition to blood groups, there are other reasons for heart attack. These include smoking, excessive weight and unhealthy living conditions.
Researchers say it is possible to reduce the risk of a heart attack, despite having nothing to do with the blood group. Tisa Cole associated with this study says more research is needed on why the risk of heart disease is increasing among people whose blood is not ‘O’ group.
However, in the case of major heart diseases, blood group does not make any difference, the study said.