stress-related

stress-related

adj
1. resulting from mental or emotional strain or tension
2. (Pathology) resulting from mental or emotional strain or tension
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2, 2019 (HealthDay News) -- A clinical diagnosis of stress-related disorders or an occurrence of stressful life events around the time of cervical cancer diagnosis is associated with an increased risk for cancer-specific mortality, according to a study published in the August issue of Cancer Research.
[USA], Aug 1 (ANI): A new study has established an association between cervical cancer and stress in patients, stating that females having cervical cancer with stress-related disorders are at a higher risk of succumbing to the disease.
Among the 136,637 study participants, the excess risk during the first year after diagnosis of a stress-related disorder was strongest for heart failure.
Some physical ailments, such as idiopathic cystitis and chronic gastrointestinal problems, can also be stress-related.
New figures released by NHS Digital show that paramedics in our region took a total of 6,628 days off because of anxiety, stress, depression and other stress-related illnesses between July 2017 and June 2018.
Stress-related absence rates overall had dropped slightly in recent years and most were not work-related, the report said.
Stress-Related Disorders Sourcebook: Basic Consumer Health Information About Stress and Stress-Related Disorders..., 5th Edition (online access included)
'It will be crucial that we look at whether short-chain fatty acids can ameliorate symptoms of stress-related disorders in humans,' Cryan added.
In 2015-16 there were an average rate of 1,800 cases of stress-related illness for every 100,000 employers in Wales - significantly higher than the UK average.
On Sunday the 30-year-old was detained under the Mental Health Act amid concerns for his welfare and the club subsequently revealed he was suffering from a stress-related illness.
Everton winger Aaron Lennon is receiving treatment for a "stress-related illness", the Premier League club said after local media reported the player was detained by police over concerns for his welfare.

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