The results showed an average length of stay was eight days in the Tyrolean Alps.

Interestingly, the majority of acute myocardial infarction within the first two days after intense physical exercise, but only 19 % had a known heart disease. The study also revealed that more than 50 % of the less physically less physically active recommended before the holidays compared to minimum levels of the European Society of Cardiology. Height seems to be an important factor in heart attacks with a mean of 1,350 meters occurring compared to an average of only 170 meters of the residence.

Bernhard Metzler, associate professor of cardiology at the University, and senior author of the report. Previously , it was shown that the sudden cardiac death makes a stunning 40 % of the fatalities amongst winter sports tourists in the Austrian Alps , and this, .ion is the most common cause. We were especially interested in the properties of the patient’s admission to our emergency room with heart attack symptoms so that we could study the trigger mechanisms and begin to develop preventive strategies. .. Study shows increased risk of heart attack by exertion in height and low temperatures during the winter sports holidayA study, conducted by cardiologists at the Medical University of Innsbruck has investigated the risk of myocardial infarction among winter sports tourists to the Tyrolean Alps.‘Making a resolution that to lose weight is today an important first step to long and healthy life,’said Department of Health Services Secretary Karen Timberlake. ‘You can obtained to a strong start by knowledge where you are today, be put up realistic goals to eat healthily and include of physical activity at your life.’.

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