Alcoholic beverages are not giving men-core die, the study found
Disputes over environmental and alcohol use continues. At this time, the study, published in the European Heart Journal, argues that daily consumption of 2.1 drinks a beneficial impact on the men who survived a heart attack, reports ABC News.
Authors of the study were made by the respective officers Brigamskogo Womens Hospital working under the direction of Dr. Jennifer Pye. They followed the health of more than 1,800 cores, which was required to answer questions about the way of life.
Appeared consumption of about two drinks a day reduced the risk of death from cardiovascular disease in men, for the first time faced with a heart attack, 42% more compared to those who do not consume alcohol. And the risk of death from any cause – by 12%. Moreover, the type of drink does not play a role. Important – measure. Frequent consumption of alcohol statistically equated to its abandonment.
Scientists emphasize that this study is unique in its kind. It concentrates on the effect of alcohol, produced by man before and after a heart attack. However, there is a "but." The data used in the analysis are the personal testimony of patients. So, I think they can not be entirely. Also not clear is whether alcohol female patients.