The Impact of Mood and Anxiety Disorders on Incident Hypertension at One Year

  title={The Impact of Mood and Anxiety Disorders on Incident Hypertension at One Year},
  author={Simon L Bacon and Tavis S Campbell and Andr{\'e} Arsenault and Kim L Lavoie},
  booktitle={International journal of hypertension},
Background. Studies assessing the association between psychological factors and hypertension have been equivocal, which may reflect limitations in the assessment of psychological factors. Purpose. To assess the relationship between mood and anxiety disorders, measured using a psychiatric interview, and 1-year incident hypertension. Methods. 197 nonhypertensive individuals undergoing exercise stress testing at baseline provided follow-up data at 1 year. Baseline assessments included a structure… CONTINUE READING

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