A recent study highlighted in the Harvard Heart Letter reveals that men experiencing specific types of job-related stress are at a significantly higher risk of heart disease. The 18-year study, involving over 6,500 white-collar workers, identified two stressors: job strain, characterized by high demands and low control, and effort-reward imbalance, where high effort is not met with adequate salary, recognition, or job security. Men reporting either stressor faced a 49% higher risk of heart disease. At InvigorHealth we can help manage your employees’ stress and keep them safe. Feel free to reach out to see how we can help.

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