PRLog - Dec. 22, 2012 - LONDON, U.K. -- New study reports reveal that the risk of heart diseases can be increased by stress. According to a new study reports in US, it has been revealed that the effects on heart diseases are equally from stress and that of smoking five cigarettes in a day.
Stress Affects Heart as Badly as Smoking
Columbia University Medical Center (CUMC) has carried out this research and published the research reports in American Journal of Cardiology in the column of recent issues. The reports found that people having stress have 27 percent more chances of getting heart diseases. Such people are more likely to hospitalized and diagnosed by heart disease. More often, such people get died of same reasons.
Researchers have also stated that the risk is equivalent to the risk of high cholesterol and having high blood pressure. It is similar to the bad effects of smoking five cigarettes in a day.
Charter Institute of Personal and Development has organized recent survey on Absent Management. According to the survey reports it has been revealed that long term employee absent is prime cause of rising stress among people. Assistant professor of behavioral medicine at CUMU, Donald Edmondson said that it is commonly accepted that stress and heart diseases are commonly interlinked. But for the first time it has been analyzed that the perceived stress and incidence of heart diseases are interlinked.
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