Ideal Levels Of Blood Sugar To Prevent Heart Attacks & Strokes

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According to this study, the term blood sugar level plays an important role among individual people. Researchers say that especially diabetic people are affected by the type of heart attack and strokes.

The level of blood sugar is much of a point of debate among experts as there are different standards followed by different experts with different sets of parameters. However, in this study, the level of blood sugar and its link to heart attack is focused. 

Ideal Levels Of Blood Sugar To Prevent Heart Attacks & Strokes

Researchers say that the blood sugar levels in the human body are identical, and hence it is always very important for diabetic people and people with existing heart disease.

Ideal Levels Of Blood Sugar To Prevent Heart Attacks & Strokes

On this note, ideal targets might already associate with the ranges at the lower risk, while most of the different types are linked with cardiovascular diseases such as heart attack and heart stroke.

This study knows that diabetic people might be associated with the heart stroke risk and increased risk for diabetic people as COVID-19 can be easily affected, diabetic patients.

Moon-Ku Han is the lead researcher and author of this study; he stated that “this study results can be indicated by the different optimal groups and blood sugar level groups which might start for minimizing the working risk and second heart attack or strokes as well as other vascular problems.

On this note, all the health problems which show ideal blood sugar levels are ranged in between 6.8 percent to 7 percent.

This study involves 18,567 participants where diabetic people have average age under and over 70 years. All the listed participants are admitted to the hospitals for having an ischemic stroke test; this test is commonly used for a blood clot.

Researchers say that upon the increase of admissions, researchers are using the hemoglobin A1C test for determining the average blood sugar level among the people from the past three months.

Based on the performance level, participants got an average percentage of 7.5 percent A1C. The test measures are included with the hemoglobin protein percentage across the blood, which is coated with sugar.

On this note, these coated sugar levels are considered 5.7 percent with the lower level, 6.5 percent with a normal level, and 6.5 percent with a higher level where a high level indicates the diabetes disease.

Then this study, researchers had followed up one long year later to find out the association between the risk of another stroke and A1C levels where heart attack and deaths are affected by this kind of risk and vascular causes.

Among all the 1,437 participants, 8 percent of the people had a heart attack and died from the vascular disease over a year. At the start point of this study, 954, i.e., 5 percent of the people, are already associated with another stroke.

This study finds that people who are already admitted to the hospital have higher A1C levels and range above 6.8 to 7 percent with increased risk and with heart attack, vascular events.

According to the findings, after some factor adjustments, sex and age are determined with the people’s risk of having heart attack whereas 27 percent it is greater to get admitted in the hospitals with A1C sugar levels and above while compared to the below A1C levels.

On this note, people’s ate having risk with 28 percent greater and getting into the hospital admission with 7 percent A1C levels compared to the cases admitted below 6.5 percent.

Han is the author of this study; he stated that “our findings had highlighted the importance of blood sugar among diabetic and heart disease people.”