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5 signs of risk of depression clogged arteries Check your body before it’s too late.

Doctors recommend checking your body for 5 warning signs of a risk of arterial blockage (Thrombosis) and inviting you to change your lifestyle habits. increase body movement and check risk assessment To prevent the occurrence of various conditions or diseases before it is too late. This year, the international organization on thrombosis and mechanisms for stopping bleeding. (International Society on Thrombosis and Haemostasis: ISTH) has launched the “60 For 60 Fitness Challenge” campaign , promoting exercise “every 60 minutes, move your muscles 60 seconds” in conjunction with creating awareness about clogged arteries around the world. On World Thrombosis Day or World Thrombosis Day (WTD) on October 13 every year.  Report from ทางเข้า ufabet https://ufabet999.com

What is a blood clot?

     “Clogged arteries “Thrombosis” is a condition in which blood clots form and block blood vessels. from abnormal blood clotting or abnormal blood vessel walls Can occur in both arteries and veins. If the clogged blood clots are released through the bloodstream It will harm the body and cause many other diseases. According to a report by the International Society on Thrombosis and Haemostasis (ISTH), 1 in 4 people around the world, or about 100,000 people each year, die from clogged arteries. This is more than all the deaths each year from AIDS, breast cancer, and car accidents combined.[1]

     Prof. Dr. Phonphat added that While in Thailand in the past 8 years there have been approximately 8 patients per year. 12,900-26,800 people, equivalent to a rate of 200-400 patients in a population of one million [2] (data from the Department of Disease Control Ministry of Public Health) while around the world there are approximately 0.5 patients with blood clots per 1,000 people per year. Not only this, more than 30% of patients with venous thrombosis (Venous Thromboembolism: VTE) in Thailand are Cancer patients. VTE in cancer patients is resistant to treatment. physical therapy and had more blood abnormalities than general VTE patients

Causes of clogged arteries

     Important factors that affect the risk of “Clogged arteries” can be divided into 5 forms as follows:

1. Hospitalization and surgery 

found that more than 60% of patients have clogged arteries. Occurs during a long hospital stay. or those with injuries to blood vessels from surgery This long recovery period makes the patient less able to move and can lead to blood clots.

2. Risk from serious disease. 

It was found that cancer patients are at risk of serious blood clots 4 times higher than the general population. Results of a study in Thailand found that approximately 2 – 3% of cancer patients who admitted to hospital Have blood clots in the veins There is a risk of complications and treatment results may not be as good as patients without blood clots. The risk of arteriosclerosis depends on: Type of cancer At the same time, heart disease patients There will be limited heart and lung function. Increased risk of blood clots and heart failure

3. Use of birth control pills and pregnancy. 

It was found that the use of birth control pills or pills containing estrogen. Can increase blood clotting Especially if you smoke or are overweight, while pregnancy may cause the blood to thicken immediately after conception. and will continue to thicken until approximately 6 weeks after birth This, along with the weight of the uterus pressing on the veins in the pelvis, can slow blood flow out of the legs. Increases the risk of blood clots.

4. Risks from behavior 

found that sitting for long periods of time in a row Or sitting in a cramping position for a long time (more than 4 hours) will slow blood flow in the legs. This can lead to blood clots. At the same time, smoking increases the risk of venous thromboembolism (VTE) and other serious diseases.

5. Physical risks: 

It was found that if someone in the family has clogged arteries, there will be an increased risk. Females aged 20 – 40 years are at greater risk than males from the use of birth control pills and pregnancy. As for the elderly group, there is a greater chance of clogged arteries. Because the blood will be more sticky while people who are overweight There will be a 2 – 3 times greater risk from fat cells that produce substances that make the blood stickier. All of this depends on the risk and personal behavior as well.