Cardiovascular Disease  Rate Worrying
Cardiovascular Disease  Rate Worrying

Cardiovascular Disease Rate Worrying

Cardiovascular Disease Rate Worrying

The rate of cardiovascular diseases in Iran is alarming with 40% of mortalities caused by heart problems.  “Every day, 300 cases of infarction are reported, mostly in Tehran,” Masoud Qasemi, president of the 19th International Conference on Cardiovascular Updates (Sept. 12-15), said during a press conference on Saturday, Mehr News Agency reported.    Inadequate sleep is one of the main causes of the unhealthy condition.  “Seven hours of sleep is necessary for all adults to prevent cardiovascular diseases,” he said.  Chronic stress or tension, change in lifestyle and smoking are other key factors.


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