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Studies show that having a dog reduces the risk of premature death

Studies show that having a dog reduces the risk of premature death


Studies show that having a dog reduces the risk of premature death
Studies show that having a dog reduces the risk of premature death 

Studies propose that receiving a pet can improve our personal satisfaction, furnishing us with an expansion in physical movement and a lessening in elements, for example, sorrow and tension. 

After some time, science has demonstrated that individuals can get different advantages in physical and psychological wellness when they choose to make a pooch some portion of their family, and two ongoing investigations propose that even these can decrease dangers. To pass on rashly. 

The aftereffects of these investigations are distributed in Circulation: Quality and Results of Cardiovascular, a diary of the American Heart Association. 

The advantage is for the most part identified with individuals who have endured coronary episodes or strokes. 

Having a canine lessens the danger of unexpected passing

The investigation into the health benefits of a man's best friend was based on data from the Swedish National Register of Patients, which contains information on people between the ages of 40 and 85 who suffered heart attacks or strokes between January 2001 and December 2012

Based on the above, it has been determined that people with dogs generally have lower mortality rates.

The risk of death for heart attack patients living alone after hospitalization was 33% lower and 15% lower for those living with a partner or child.


The risk of death for stroke patients living alone after hospitalization was 27% lower and 12% lower for those living with a partner or child.
This may be caused by an increase in physical activity and a decrease in depression and anxiety. Anyone with a dog can exercise 30 minutes a day more than people who don't.

In addition, dogs provide companionship and affection, achieving less social isolation and more interaction with others.

Dr. Glenn said that. Levin, MD, states the following through a statement from the American Heart Association:

While these non-randomized studies cannot "prove" that adopting or owning a dog directly leads to a lower mortality rate, these solid results certainly indicate at least this. "

On the other hand, the second scientific review and meta-analysis of dog company and survival rates support the idea that they can reduce the risk of death.

The researchers reviewed data on 3.8 million patients taken from 10 other studies, obtained as a result of people who suffered from dogs had a 24% lower risk of death from all causes; a 65% lower risk of death after a heart attack; 31% due to cardiovascular problems.

According to Dr. Carolyn Kramer, an assistant professor of medicine at the University of Toronto and an endocrinologist in New York:

"The presence of a dog has been associated with increased physical exercise, lower blood pressure levels and improved cholesterol levels in previous reports."

Kramer also states that his physical activity is increasing every day as a dog adoptive mother, and he has filled his daily routine of "joy and unconditional love."

According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), it is also important to highlight the role of a pet in different stages of our lives.

The CDC noted:

"They affect the social, emotional and cognitive development of children, promote an active lifestyle and have even detected epileptic seizures or the presence of certain cancers."