A Comparative Research Analysis On The Association Of Anxiety, Depression, Demographic Determinants And Stress With Hypertension

Objective: To discover the psychological and socio-economic factors (Dejection, Restlessness and Stress) responsible for high blood pressure (hypertension). Method: The study was a comparative analysis for a sample of 237 people. The sample consisted of 100 controls and 137 hypertensive patients. DASS (Depression, Anxiety and Stress Scale) was used for the measurement of these parameters. Results: The study delivered that the depression, anxiety and stress are directly related to the high blood pressure (p...
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