Web Desk. Women are more likely than men to die suddenly due to cardiac arrest at night, according to a new study. A recent study found that 25.4 percent of women in the study suffered a heart attack at night, compared to 20.6 percent of their male counterparts.
The researcher of Cedars-Sinai Medical Center of United States said that sudden death at night is a disturbing and devastating event.
Researchers also say that sudden cardiac arrest – also known as sudden cardiac death – is an electrical impairment of the heart’s rhythm that causes the heart to stop beating.