Thursday, March 31, 2011
Diabetes And Hypertension Are Related To Work Stress
The cause of most disease cannot be enumerated, but factors that enhance the effect of the disease can be typically analyzed.
People from different backgrounds have different life styles that can either contribute positively or negatively to their health.
A big question is, "How do people manage stress", and "How often do people eat fruits and vegetable" Stress basically increases the sugar level in blood; sugar are among the basic energy storage molecule in the body (Raven & Johnson 1996).
Imperatively, how often do people go for medical check up
Is our environment conducive for living, and have we considered the environmental risk factors responsible for certain ailment like Diabetes and hypertension.
A simple questionnaire containing information that will aid a simple statistical analysis which will further "breed" an hypothesis on whether or what causes Diabetes, hypertension, stress and effect of antioxidant on these issues.
Information regarding genetics as conflicted to causes of hypertension and diabetes will be compared to physical data collection and correlation of this data to brood an effective link/cause of both diabetes and hypertension amongst adult workers.
Facts were drawn from the samples and work styles of; Bankers, Traders, Doctors, Nurses, Insurance Company workers, Business men & women and more gave information on their life style as related to their health issues. A little bit controversial, people from both angles (Diabetic, hypertensive and non Diabetic and hypertensive) gave information similarly regarding their life style and living conditions. But, with the help of a statistical analysis we will be able to draw a conclusion and simple hypothesis on this issue.