The Minister of Defense, Guido Crosetto, was rushed to the hospital during the night due to persistent chest pain since yesterday morning. He showed up at the emergency room of San Carlo di Nancy in Rome, alone and on foot, and was immediately monitored and underwent a coronary angiography. There is no information on the causes, but hospital sources say it could be pericarditis.
In recent years, there has been a rise in cases of pericarditis among high-stress individuals such as politicians and business leaders. This condition can be caused by a variety of factors including stress, poor diet, lack of exercise and genetics. As someone who has been at the forefront of many high-pressure situations in his role as Minister of Defense, it is possible that Crosetto’s pericarditis is related to his demanding job. However, more tests are needed to confirm this theory.
It is important for individuals in high-stress jobs to take care of their physical and mental health in order to avoid conditions like pericarditis. This includes getting regular exercise, eating a balanced diet, managing stress levels and seeking medical attention if any symptoms arise. By prioritizing their well-being, individuals can reduce their risk of developing serious health issues like pericarditis.