Sputnik Evgeny Samarin
According to Harvard Medical School experts, constipation may be a sign of cardiovascular disease.
According to Express, according to the data available to scientists, constipation may be an early sign of cardiovascular disease. In addition, excessive stress can cause blood pressure to rise, which increases the risk of coronary heart disease.
The researchers studied the stress reactions of constipation as triggers for unwanted cardiovascular problems.
The researchers warn that “changes in intestinal flora resulting from constipation can cause atherosclerosis, high blood pressure, and cardiovascular disease.”
The researchers also indicate that the high level of blood pressure resulting from stress in the case of constipation, can lead to congestive heart failure, pulse disorder, coronary heart disease, and aortic dissection.