Dinççağ states that one decibel more noise increases the risk of death from cardiovascular disease by 3.8 percent. smoking, genetic factors, sedentary life, presence of diabetes, high cholesterol invite cardiovascular diseases. In addition, scientific studies have proven that problems such as noise and traffic, which we do not notice much in everyday life, increase the risk of a heart attack. One decibel more noise increased the risk of death from cardiovascular disease by 3.8 percent. In the studies, a 2019 study found that a 5-decibel increase in average 24-hour noise levels over a 5-year period caused a 34 percent increase in health problems such as heart attacks and strokes. This information is published in the European Heart Journal. It has been understood in many studies that there is a close connection with cardiovascular disease in marriages, which are a source of domestic peace, happiness and unhappiness, which are closely related to human life.
Marriage protects against heart disease
Expressing that marriage protects against heart disease, Dinççağ said: “A study comparing married and unmarried people in an occupational group between 1989 and 1993 was published in the Journal of Global Epidemiology. When the health status of these people was evaluated after 25 years, it was found that the risk of death for married women was 35 percent lower than for those who did not marry. It is clear that depression, the feeling of loneliness and social solidarity are important factors influencing human longevity. Of course, while many parameters are effective in cardiovascular disease and death, it has been found that social life will also have a serious impact on this issue. Multiple studies have found the protective effect of marriage against cardiovascular disease. A British study states that celibacy is associated with a high mortality (death). Lifestyle changes have been shown in a number of medical studies to prolong life by living a quality, stress-free life.
Being happy extends life
Dr. dr. M. Emin Dinççağ provided the following information:
“Age, income status, overweight (in body weight), amount of physical activity, smoking, depression, social interaction also influence the course of diabetes, and it is clear that married people have a better quality of life and healthier lives. The HBA1c value showed a negative change in the divorced and the quality of life deteriorated. A British study found that married people were 14 percent less likely to have heart attacks. It has been found that lucky women are lucky in terms of cardiovascular disease risk factors such as hypertension, high cholesterol, body mass index (overweight). Divorce has been shown to increase the risk of heart disease in both men and women by 35 percent. Peace, happiness, calm, stress-free and noise-free living is protective against heart attacks and high blood pressure.”