If you think that only high level stress can mar life then read on. As per a recent research, it has been revealed that low level of stress is capable enough to take the life of a person.
The research, which was being funded by the Wellcome Trust and has appeared in the British Medical Journal, has found that low level stress such as anxiety and depression can raise the risk of premature death by 16%.
Lead author of the study Dr Tom Russ was of the view that in order to reach at the given conclusion, they have studied premature deaths of 68,000 people that have taken place in England. Study researchers from two institutions, the University College London and from Edinburgh University, said that it is one of a kind study, which has opened up on low level stress.
John Williams, who is the head of neuroscience and mental health department at the Wellcome Trust, was of the view, "This study highlights the need to ensure they have access to appropriate health care and advice so that they can take steps to improve the outcome of their illness". It will be appropriate that people should take care of themselves and should not take stress at all.
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