Work Stress Trigger Stroke

Time to relax! A study found that the pressures of work can increase the risk of stroke in men.
Too long harboring the stress of office work could be bad news for health. A study of this type of stress states it can make men vulnerable to a stroke 1.4 times greater than those who do not experience stress.

The study involved five thousand men aged 40-59 years. Participants were divided into five social classes judged from education and position in the job. These men are given a test about health problems, such as alcohol consumption, smoking habits, and whether they are undergoing treatment for diabetics. The study lasted for 30 years.

In the third group with high social class, the risk of stroke increased by 38% among workers who are often stressed. It looks more significant risk in men who are age younger. Why? Because they tend to experience stress in a longer period of time.

However, this study found no relationship between job stress and risk of stress on the two lower social classes or maybe they should try the office chairs from office furniture online to feel comfortable.

During the study, 779 men suffered stroke and 167 died from it. From the overall results of the study, 10% of men experienced a stroke caused by job stress. After that, there are strokes caused by other factors, such as smoking, high blood pressure, and diabetes.

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