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“…The relationship between alcohol consumption and CVD is still a subject of controversial debate in both primary and secondary prevention. Several meta-analysis have indicated inconsistent relationships between alcohol intake and cardiovascular health 41–45. A recent meta-analysis41 of 45 studies has shown a significant reduction of CHD mortality for low-volume drinkers and current drinkers comparing to abstainers.…”
Section: Foods and Food Groupsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The relationship between alcohol consumption and CVD is still a subject of controversial debate in both primary and secondary prevention. Several meta-analysis have indicated inconsistent relationships between alcohol intake and cardiovascular health 41–45. A recent meta-analysis41 of 45 studies has shown a significant reduction of CHD mortality for low-volume drinkers and current drinkers comparing to abstainers.…”
Section: Foods and Food Groupsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…A study on heavy alcohol consumption and its association with impaired endothelial function revealed that heavy alcohol consumption may be an independent risk factor of endothelial dysfunction in Japanese men (60). The findings from a cohort study on the association between alcohol consumption and risk of myocardial infarction (MI) and heart failure (HF) revealed that alcohol consumption has divergent associations with MI and HF, with an inverse association observed for MI but not HF (61). Furthermore, heavy drinking was associated with an increased HF risk in men (61).…”
Section: Immune System Dysfunctionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The findings from a cohort study on the association between alcohol consumption and risk of myocardial infarction (MI) and heart failure (HF) revealed that alcohol consumption has divergent associations with MI and HF, with an inverse association observed for MI but not HF (61). Furthermore, heavy drinking was associated with an increased HF risk in men (61). Importantly, women with moderate to heavy alcohol intake had a significantly increased risk of morbidity and total mortality compared with men in multiple subpopulations (62).…”
Section: Immune System Dysfunctionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…При анализе здорового населения экономически развитых стран (n=74612) особенно высокий риск СН наблюдался у мужчин при употреблении >28 стандартных дринков в нед. (ОР 1,45; 95% ДИ 1,09-1,93) [23].…”
Section: количество алкоголя и вероятность развития сн и акмпunclassified