Worrying more may raise heart disease risk in men

  • Researchers investigated the link between cardiometabolic risk factors and neuroticism in a sample of middle-aged males, the vast majority of whom were white.
  • They found that those who scored higher in neuroticism had more cardiometabolic risk factors at all ages.
  • They say that anxious and worry-prone individuals should pay attention to their cardiometabolic health.

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Written by Annie Lennon on January 27, 2022

Fact checked by Alexandra Sanfins, Ph.D.

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