Job strain & Job loss increases heart attack risk
An American study has highlighted the risks of cardiac failure with workers who have experienced a number of job losses over a recent period of time. There is lots of evidence that unemployment is a major source of strain, something that is affecting a growing number of adult Americans. However, there is little research on how the build up of multiple job loss and being out of work affects the risk of having a heart attack (acute myocardial infarction, AMI).
How to tackle Job strain
Within Europe it seems to be a little more open to complimentary therapies rather then the UK & America , and these therapies would work perfectly for business people who are trapped in negative thought patterns and outdated belief structures.
Hypnosis or EFT could be used to increase positivity and to break the connection of negative thought patterns, by changing that depressed business persons outlook or perception. Other therapies that can benefit a depressant or someone with suicidal thought patterns are Homeopathy Integrative counselling acupuncture & certain herbs such as St Johns wart ( under the supervision of a medical herbalist) and or more effective than antidepressants which induce panic attacks after long periods of use.
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