Researchers set out to find out how stress at work affects physical health, particularly the heart. More than 1,000 middle-aged workers participated in the study. Scientists analyzed the relationship between work stress and the level of biomarkers of cardiovascular disease risk in the participants’ blood.

Biomarkers are substances that indicate the presence of certain diseases in the body.

The study found that a negative work environment increases levels of triglycerides, which contribute to clogging of arteries, and decreases levels of high-density lipoprotein (HDL), which increases cholesterol levels.

Scientists also found a link between work stress and signs of inflammation in the body.

Source: Ferra

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