Overall, four people over 25 years old have an accident over their lives, according to a new scientific investigation.
Researchers found that the risk of life stroke worldwide was nearly five times as high as Asia and Central and Eastern Europe, and the lowest in sub-Saharan Africa. The risk of the trajectory of children aged 25 to 2016 ranged from 8% to 39%, where they live; People in China have the greatest danger.
"Our findings are amazing," said Dr. Gregory Roth, Assistant Professor of Metrosine Sciences at the Metric Health and Evaluation Institute (IHME), University of Washington, and author of the study. "It is essential for doctors to warn their patients that prevention of strokes and other vesicular diseases is the prevention of prevalent patients, and we have a great risk of survival on the path and we are relying on another study that we have evaluated. Young age people should think about long-term health risks. They can get the difference to eat more healthy diets, regularly, and avoid tobacco and alcohol. "
"Research on the risks of Global, Regional and Country Survival Danger" of the 1990-2016 Trajectory was published today New England Journal of Medicine.
According to estimations of Burial Diseases Studies (GBD), researchers have developed a measure of new measures that stroke and survive risk stroke and dying. For the first time, the 25-year-old age calculates the risk of over 25 years of age, since previous studies begin at age 45.
The authors first studied the risk of life stroke, classified by subcategories – ischemic and hemorrhagic stroke. They did not evaluate the life risk of recurrent, pediatric or transient ischemic attack (TIA), known as "mini stroke", which does not result in permanent brain damage. The discovery covers 1990 to 2016 in 195 countries and territories, according to age and sex.
The discovery shows great geographical variations. In 2016, the three regions with the highest risk of stroke in Eastern Asia (38.8%), Central Europe (31.7%) and Eastern Europe (31.6%); The lowest risk region was in the sub-Saharan Africa (11.8%).
"The lower risk of life in sub-Saharan Africa is not the least incident of stroke or the most effective preventative and treatment strategy," said Rothe. "On the other hand, people just have a greater risk of killing another reason."
The weight of the adult stroke is largely modifiable risk factors and healthcare systems. For this reason, research discoveries could be useful for long-term planning, especially in terms of prevention and public education.
Developers of national health ministries and other policy makers need to develop young adults to eat healthy foods, fruits, vegetables and grains, avoid tobacco and alcohol, and increase physical activity and maintain healthy weight, Rothe said. Also, high blood pressure medications that control high blood pressure and cholesterol should be addressed.
"This important article provides reliable data on current life risks across the globe on different types of paths, as well as countries that provide a valuable overview of the route," said Dr. Peter Rothwell, Head of the Risk Prevention Center. Oxford University Dementia and Professor of Clinical Neurology. "These data and approaches can be used to prevent and predict prevention strategies. I hope this work will be important for future trends in the future to follow on the map."
Additional findings include:
- The global risk of the survival stroke (average rates that are very variable around the world) from 25 years on, 24.9% in 2016.
- According to the subprocess of the traces, the risk of whole ischemic stroke was 18.3% and traumatic hemorrhage risk was 8.2%. When the ischemic stroke is taken to the bloodstream of a blood, the bleeding occurs when bleeding occurs when the blood becomes weakened.
- Between 1990 and 2016, the risk of life increased in Eastern Asia, South Asia, Southeast Asia, sub-Saharan Africa, Central Europe, Western Sahara Africa, North Africa and the Middle East.
- On the other hand, higher income in Latin America, Africa and North Africa, Central and South America, and southern African Africa were significantly reduced at the same time.
- Although the global risk of global stroke between men and women in 2016 was different, the findings revealed a significant variation between the different regions and countries according to sex.
- Among the 21 regions, the highest risk of men was East Asia (40.6%); The highest quality of life among women was in Eastern Europe (36.5%) and East Asia (36.3%).
- The highest risk amongst men was 41.1% in China; The highest risk amongst women was 41.7% in Latvia.
High-risk countries with a high risk population are at risk for people over 25 years of age:
1. China: 39.3%. Latvia: 37.0%. Romania: 36.2%. Montenegro: 36.0%. Bosnia and Herzegovina: 35.7%. Macedonia: 35.2%. Serbia: 33.8%. Bulgaria: 33.4%. 9. Albania: 33.4% 10. Croatia: 33.0%.