Self-Reported Stress, Particularly at Work, Increases Stroke Risk

Self-reported psychosocial stress increases stroke risk. Among 26,812 people across 32 countries, the odds of acute stroke increased by 95% for stress at home, 270% for stress at work, and 31% for recent stressful life events, while higher locus of control at home cut the odds of all stroke by 27%.

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