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According to research conducted in Denmark, individuals with a strong educational background, a high social status and a senior position within their company are 1.4 times more susceptible to a stroke than others if they are under consistent strain, the Daily Mail reports.
The study - which has been published in the Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine - also revealed that younger men in such roles are at a higher risk than other groups as they are likely to encounter stress throughout a longer period of their career.
However, for individuals in lower positions within a company, there was no link at all between anxiety and them suffering a stroke.
Recently, research by Canada Life Group Insurance found that 47 per cent of professionals feel under more strain in their jobs now than they did at the same time last year.
Posted by Francesca Witney
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