Thursday, 28 May 2020

Claudication Stress more often

Work-related Stress result seems to be that people more often due to peripheral arterial occlusive disease – popularly claudication &ndash called; to the hospital must be supplied. The findings of a new study published in the journal of the American Heart Association.

An analysis of the data from 139,000 men and women from Finland, Sweden, Denmark and the United Kingdom showed that an average observation period of 12.8 years, 667 persons, because of peripheral arterial disease were hospitalized. In patients with work-related stress this 1,4 happened times more often than people who have not suffered from its own information, under Stress.

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"Our results suggest that work-related Stress may be a risk factor for peripheral arterial occlusive disease, similar to heart disease and Schlaganfall", Dr. Katriina Heikkilä, from the Karolinska Institute, said Institute in Stockholm. Stress is associated with inflammation and higher blood sugar levels. So far, there are not very many clues from studies of work-related Stress with heart disease in the field. In the case of peripheral arterial occlusive disease, one of the world’s more than 200 million people are affected, collect fats in the blood in the vessels outside of the heart and obstruct the flow of blood. Often this happens in the legs, leading to pain while walking. If left untreated, peripheral arterial disease increases the likelihood of heart disease and stroke.