All rights reserved. Study Evaluates Link Between Stress and Autoimmune Disease September 25, Keith Loria A new study has surprising findings about traumatic or stressful life events and the link to developing an autoimmune disease.
And while the causes remain largely unknown, one idea theorizes that there may be a connection between stressors and these autoimmune disorders. Past studies have identified pathways through which stressful events contribute to deterioration in human health.
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- Study Evaluates Link Between Stress and Autoimmune Disease
The studypublished in the Journal of the American Medical Association, revealed stress-related disorders brought on by traumatic- or other stressful life events were associated with increased risk of developing an autoimmune disease. Therefore, the findings show timely and effective pharmaceutical interventions for patients with severe stress-related disorder might be beneficial, in terms of preventing autoimmune diseases among these patients.
The results show statistically significant associations between stress-related disorders and 18 individual autoimmune diseases, with varied magnitude for individual autoimmune diseases. The highest HRs were found for Addison disease, autoimmune thyroid disease, and systemic lupus erythematosus.
Keith Loria is an award-winning journalist who has been writing for major newspapers and magazines for close to 20 years, on topics as diverse as sports, business, and healthcare.