Work on harassment and violence is at risk of heart disease (expressive)
Cardiovascular disease can develop cardiovascular disease in people who suffer persecution or violence in their work, according to a European study
Researchers surveyed more than 79,000 men and women between 19 and 65 years old without the history of heart disease.
In general, nine percent said they were bullied and 13% said they had been subjected to violence in the past year.
After an average 12-year follow-up, 3229 people or four percent of them had a heart disease or had problems associated with it, such as heart attack or stroke.
The study found that people in work are working to increase 59 percent more heart disease or hospitalization, heart attack or stroke, than those who are bully.
Likewise, workers received from violence had a 25% risk of heart disease or hospitalization of heart disease.
"By eliminating persecution and violence at work, the effect of preventing cardiovascular disease would be similar to eliminating the impact of diabetes and excessive alcohol," said Tianwei Xu, a researcher at the Danish University in Copenhagen.
Severe working conditions, stress and long-term work have been linked to a high risk of heart disease, but research has not yet shown the role of bullying and violence in the European Journal of Heart Biotechnology.
Stress, such as harassment and violence, such as anxiety or depression, also contributes to healthy behaviors, such as burning or eating, the researchers warn.
Severe stress can also help with high blood pressure because the risk of heart disease increases.
According to the study, most cases of harassment are coworkers, heads or subordinates. Physical violence is the service that most customers receive.
Some professions caused a greater threat to physical violence; more than 47% of social workers suffered violence, more than 29% of personal services and protection, more than 25% of healthcare workers and 16% were teachers.
Prevention, childhood experience, and abilities can lead to increased risk of bullying or heart disease or increasing risk, said Christoph Hermann-Lingen at the German University of Göttingen Medical Center and research.
Journalist – Workplace harassment and violence at risk of heart disease.
https://www.alittihad.ae/article/76086/2018/ bullying-violence-in-work-linked-risk-injury-heart disease-