Eliminating job stress can prevent future onset of mental disorders
High job demands, low job control and high job stress were found to be associated with greater probability of onset of common mental disorders in midlife. The study published online May 10, 2018 in Lancet Psychiatry suggests job stress as a modifiable work-related risk factor and eliminating it can prevent 14% of new cases of depression, anxiety, and other common mental disorders.
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