Anxiety increases risk for cardiac events

Anxiety also increases risk for cardiac events and complicates health outcomes in people with CVD. However, early recognition and treatment of anxiety can help minimize future risks. Anxiety can be caused by medical conditions like anemia and thyroid. Reducing caffeine and alcohol consumption is also beneficial along with the cessation of smoking.

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