Depression and cardiovascular disease are likely to be the main reasons for not having the ability to care for or work the world in 2020. Women's risks will be two: 9.1% vs. 4.8%. Also, depressed women among cardiovascular patients are twice as likely as men. Depression is a risk factor for heart attacks and heart attacks.
This problem is solved by numerous international studies. The last was published in the Spanish journal Science Magazine Española de Cardiología.
A neuroscientist at the Fatebenefratelli-Sacco clinic in Claudio Encacha Milano said, "As far as cardiovascular disease is concerned, over a third of us die and the risk factors are mainly smoking and diabetes.
A woman at risk
Women are at high risk for the association of depression with all heart disease. Among people with heart disease, depression is twice as often seen in women than in men. Also Sutsubo syndromeAcute heart failure syndrome is certainly more common in women. It is a clinical picture mimicking myocardial infarction. It occurs only in menopausal women and is caused by mental stress.
It is important to rely on the right lifestyle so that depression is not a risk factor for heart disease. They encourage smoking, healthy eating and physical activity. However, it is advisable to control other factors that can harm your health, especially the health of postmenopausal women. This includes interfering with neurophysiological mechanisms that respond to stress, inflammation, and thrombosis.
The computer predicts depression.
Psychological problems can be avoided by making the first signs of depression that people write, share or place on social networks through algorithms that can search for the first signs of a disease before an official medical diagnosis. This is a study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences at the University of Pennsylvania.
In this study, scientists analyzed data from social media with depression in a group of 1,200 people who agreed to release their data. They have found that this computer model can predict some degree of depression in the future to some degree.
"What people use for social media shows aspects of life that are difficult to analyze using medical and research tools," said H. Andrew Schwartz, lead author of the World Welfare Project (Wwbp). This is a group of computer professionals, psychologists and statisticians working together to develop new technologies for measuring psychological and health-based well-being based on the languages used in social media.
"This technology is rarely present until now, for example, when symptoms of depression, anxiety, and post-traumatic stress are present," Schwartz adds, "we find more signals in the world of social networks that people are free to express."