JAKARTA, NETRALNEWS.COM - Increased risk of stroke is associated with personality disorders that tend to be negative, worried too much, pessimistic, fearful and tired.
This is according to a recent study, as presented by Dr. Tania Savitri through blogdokter, Thursday (11/16/2017). The study was presented at a meeting of the American Stroke Association in New Orleans, USA.
"The association between the negative thinking and the increased risk of stroke is still associated with impaired motor function in the brain, risk factors for the heart and blood vessels and so on," she said.
However, this study has just been presented at a medical meeting so the data and conclusions are still very basic and needs in-depth discussion before appearing in a journal.