Stress, Insomnia May Triple Death Risk for Those With Hypertension
The next time you have a stressful and exhausting day at work, you may want to take more notice of it.
Stress and insomnia greatly impact the health of those who have high blood pressure, and research shows they are three times more likely to die from cardiovascular disease as a result. Often in a stressful work environment, it becomes difficult to maintain sleep, with employees often waking in the middle of the night thinking about a work issue. Pairing the two contributing factors can compound the potential for developing heart disease later on in life. Head on over to Medical News Today for more.