People with heart-related anxiety at a higher risk of mental health disorderMay 25, 2021 19:27
People with heart-related anxiety at a higher risk of mental health disorder:- All the youngsters and adults who experience the anxiety that is focused on the heart are at a higher risk for mental health disorders. The researchers at the University of Houston said that the heart-focused anxiety is a significant predictor for general depression and anxiety. Drinking an extra cup of coffee will race up the heart and is a reminder to cut down the caffeine. All these young adults with heart-focused anxiety are also at a greater risk for mental health disorders. Michael Zvolensky, Hugh Roy and Lillie Cranz Cullen Distinguished University Professor of psychology at the University of Houston wrote an article in the Journal of Racial and Ethnic Health Disparities.
Michael Zvolensky said that there are several differences in the heart-focused anxiety and they are related to depressive symptomatology and anxiety. Most of such cases are reported and witnessed in the United States of America. Some of the adults also face mental health problems with physical symptoms and anxiety might be reported as headache or as a problem of breathing. The human population also struggles with lot of chronic physical health comorbidities like obesity and heart-related issues. Michael Zvolensky assessed 169 college-aged students and other adults after which a detailed report was submitted.