Are you ready for the Christmas and New Years Heart Attack Patients?
A heart attack can occur at any time. In fact, a heart attack occurs about every 20 seconds. And there is a heart attack death about every minute. But there are shocking statistics about the likelihood of the onset of heart attacks and other cardiovascular disease.
Monday Heart Attacks:
Research shows conclusively that the most common day for heart attacks is Monday. Statistics spike on Monday mornings, in particular, since heart attacks occur between 4 a.m. and 10 a.m. more than any other six-hour period. The Women’s Heart Foundation notes that blood platelets are stickier in the morning hours, which can contribute to an attack.
Incidentally, any day your favorite sports team is playing may represent increased risk as well. A 2002 British study—Admissions for myocardial infarction and World Cup football—concludes that heart attacks “can be triggered by emotional upset, such as watching your football team lose an important match.”
Based on the Monday morning heart attack statistic, John DiLemme concluded that people would rather die than go to work. But going to work is not the only factor.
Holiday Heart Attacks:
Studies have shown that heart attack deaths peak on Christmas Day, the day after Christmas, and New Year’s Day!
Since Christmas 2011 falls on a Sunday, the day after the Christmas holiday is a Monday. So there’s double jeopardy for a heart attack to occur. December 26 is both a Monday and one of the 3 top days for heart attacks.
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