Iced drinks increase the risk of cerebral infarction in women

According to Japan’s “Yomiuri Shimbun” report, a recent study published by Professor Bo Bokang, a professor of public health at Osaka University in Japan, showed that women who drink more iced drinks are more likely to have a cerebral infarction. The results of this study were obtained from a survey of 40,000 people at Osaka University over the past 18 years.

According to reports, the survey was conducted on a total of 39,800 men and women in the 40- to 59-year-old age groups in Japan, Iwate, Akita, Tokyo, Nagano, and Okinawa, and the National Cancer Research Center was used to investigate their living habits. Finally, the data was obtained. Professor Bokang has been tracking these people for the 18 years from 1990 to 2008. He is also studying the addition of sugar-added iced drinks (except 100% juice) and circulatory organs to cola and juice. Relationship.

According to the results, 1047 of the respondents had cerebral infarction, including 670 males and 377 females. According to the number of drinks from iced drinks, it is divided into 4 groups from “nearly not drinking” to “basically drinking every day”. The number of women who have been drinking iced drinks has increased the number of cases of cerebral infarction. The incidence of cerebral infarction in people who drink “every day” is 1.83 times that of “nearly drink”. This tendency has not been seen among male investigators.

Professor Bo Kang said that the reasons for this difference between men and women have not yet been investigated.