The risk of stroke increases with high job stress, according to the latest findings. Additionally, women were found to be at higher risk of these effects. To achieve the findings, researchers analyzed six previous studies, which looked at nearly 140,000 individual across different countries. Participants were followed for up to 17 years.

Researchers found that high job stress was associated with a 22 percent increase in stroke risk compared to low-stress jobs. Additionally, women’s risk of stroke due to high job stress was even higher (33 percent).


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