One out of four women die each year from heart disease in the US. Over the years women’s health risk increases with age and related menopausal estrogen hormone changes. Heart disease is at risk due to microvascular disease which is a problem that affects the tiny arteries. Sometimes when extreme emotional stress leads it rises as it affects the heart’s tiny arteries which can develop MVD. Microvascular Disease is a condition that can lead to heart failure and death. The American Heart Association has written about the Life’s Simple Seven to improve your heart health. Suggest these habits. Not smoking, regular physical exercise, healthy diet, body weight, control of cholesterol, blood pressure and blood sugar.