• Title: A Longhitudinal Study of Stress, Alcohol, and Blood Pressure in Community-Based Samples of Blacks and Non-Blacks
  • Released: 0000-00-00
  • Language: English
  • Pages: 20
Both alcohol use and stress appear to increase blood
pressure. In addition, stress is associated with increased
alcohol use. To investigate these relationships,
researchers interviewed representative samples of the
black and non-black adult household populations in Erie
County, New York, in 1986, 1989, and 1993. The results
support a causal relationship between stress and alcohol
use and point to a number of factors that influence this
relationship. Significant relationships between changes
in alcohol use and blood pressure were also found.
Although the researchers found little evidence for a
direct effect of stress on blood pressure, stress related to
family life, anxiety, and depression was associated with
an increased risk for hypertension.

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