According to the report:
* But because far fewer women than men have been enrolled in heart failure trials over the years, little
treatment and outcomes in heart failure patients.
* Male gender was an independent risk factor for
* Women with heart failure tended to be older than
likely to have history of high blood pressure
(50% vs. 40%).
THE TRUTH, AS PER MY FINDING:
We certainly know that the reason for heart blockage, blood vessel thickening (atherosclerosis / arteriosclerosis), etc. is the accumulation of calcium, in combination with cholesterol (low density lipids, LDL) and a little of magnesium (See my book: Heart Problems, Diabetes and Related Diseases: Causes, Cure and Prevention”).
In the absence of calcium, the cholesterol as such may not do much harm to our body. It will be simply utilised.
By this time, if you have been following our Blog, you should have known that the calcium accumulation within the body occurs essentially due to under-urination, besides consuming excessive calcium-rich foods, calcium-enriched eatables, and also calcium supplements.
In WOMEN, large quantities of calcium gets removed from their body regularly at monthly intervals along with the menstrual fluid.
(In men, it is the seminal fluid that removes much of the free calcium. If men have frequent sex, most of the calcium will get lost, thus reducing risk for heat attacks and prostate enlargement. Absenting from sex or masturbation tend to increase the risk for prostate enlargement. This, I will discuss in a day or two).
Even if a menstruating woman happens to under-urinate to some extent, because of the regular loss of the excessive calcium through the menses, the heart blockages, blood vessel thickening, and stone in kidneys, etc. do not form in them.
Therefore, a menstruating woman most probably will not get heart attacks, unless of course, if she grossly under-urinates (e.g, just twice a day) and consumes far too much of calcium through other sources.
On getting menopause, since the calcium elimination stops, such calcium that stays inside the body enters into the cells / soft tissues in various organs of the body, and makes the woman put on weight.
Month after month this calcium accumulation will get added on, making the menopausal woman look more and more ‘plump’, with the breasts becoming firmer and bigger, face becoming roundish, buttocks becoming bigger and bigger, waistline gathering ‘spare tiers’, and the like. Her body weight increases month after month.
Such calcium accumulations after menopause, can give the woman massive heart attacks.
So, it is important for fertile women to urinate liberally, if they want to avoid heart diseases AND overweight.
The menopausal women should INCREASE urination frequency, DECREASE calcium-containing food items, and avoid calcium-enriched snacks and calcium supplements, for preventing heart diseases, stone diseases, and overweight.