Men who tend to worry have increased risk factors for heart disease, stroke: estudio

Middle-aged men who worry more or are prone to feeling overwhelmed, compared to those with lower levels of worry and anxiety, developed more high-risk factors for heart disease, stroke, and Type 2 diabetes earlier in life, according to a published study in Journal of the American Heart Association Report. The findings also raise the possibility that treating anxiety disorders may lower cardiometabolic disease risk.

Un grupo de investigadores from Boston University School of Medicine performed a study that followed men in the U.S. for over 4 décadas. The Boston researchers said in the study that men prone to worry and ansiedad might need to monitor their cardiometabolic disease risk factors, which include maintaining healthy weight and taking medications to control blood pressure and cholesterol.

Middle-aged men who worry more or are prone to feeling overwhelmed, compared to those with lower levels of worry and anxiety, developed more high-risk factors for heart disease, stroke, and Type 2 diabetes earlier in life, according to a published study in Journal of the American Heart Association Report.

Middle-aged men who worry more or are prone to feeling overwhelmed, compared to those with lower levels of worry and anxiety, developed more high-risk factors for heart disease, stroke, and Type 2 diabetes earlier in life, according to a published study in Journal of the American Heart Association Report.

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