Poor Diet, High BP Leading Risks For Global Deaths
In 1990, child and maternal malnutrition, unsafe water and lack of hand washing were the leading causes of Global deaths, as per new analysis across 188 countries it has been replaced by the high blood pressure, smoking and bad diet. As per research analysis, High BP is the number one risk factor associated with global deaths, raised 39.9% for women as against 59% for Men.
High BP Risks, as per the study of Global Burden Disease project 79 factors are causes for global deaths across 188 countries between 1990 and 2013. Researchers analyzed that among 79 risk factors, high BP is the leading factor for deaths.
As per the study headed by the University of Washington and the University of Melbourne high BP in 2013 contributed to 10.4 million deaths across the world, while the impact of mortality raised 49.1 percent between 1990 and 2013.
However, Poor diet also the another leading cause for Global deaths, as per research analysis a combination of 14 dietary risk factors are leading causes for highest number of deaths worldwide through ailments including ischemic heart disease, stroke and diabetes.
Smoking is also one of the larger problems for males, it has been ranked as number two risk for men with 4.4 million deaths, and for females its number six with 1.4 million deaths. Alcohol use is top-10 risk factor for male deaths, but it is not a factor for females.
As per research analysis the greatest potential to improve health is, avoiding certain leading causes including smoking, poor diet as well as tackling environmental risks like air pollution.