According to experts, the temperature outside the body has an inverse relationship with blood pressure.
In winter, there are many health complications, such as colds, sore throats, flu and other seasonal diseases, but the most important and dangerous case is heart disease.
In fact, as the temperature drops, the blood vessels narrow, which increases the risk of stroke or heart attack.
According to experts, due to this narrowing of the arteries in winter, the drains that deliver blood to the heart muscles also shrink, due to which there is severe pain in the chest, which is the trigger of heart attack or heart disease.
According to a new study, heart attack and heart disease-related problems are more common in winter, especially in the early morning when cold is felt more.
The question arises that why heart disease problems arise more in winter. In this regard, experts say that in winter, the heart has to pump the same amount of blood as is usually done, but it requires more and harder work, which results in problems like heart attack due to increased blood pressure and narrowing of arteries.
According to experts, the temperature outside the body has an inverse relationship with blood pressure, due to which the heart has to work harder to pump blood due to the narrowing of the arteries in winter.
Blood has to be transported far and wide to body parts such as the skin, legs and other organs. Apart from this, another problem in cold weather is blood clotting and all of them together cause risk.