(32)证据状态:压力-State of the Evidence: Stress-公开课-关爱惟士
(32)证据状态:压力-State of the Evidence: Stress

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Dr Shannon Klekociuk

Stress is something we all experience throughout our lives.

压力是我们所有人一生都会经历的。


What we do know about stress, is that it can put us at risk of other health complications, like issues with our digestion, increases in our blood pressure, and mental health issues such as anxiety and depression.

据我们所知,压力它会将我们置于其他健康并发症的风险中,像消化问题,血压升高,焦虑和抑郁之类的精神健康问题


Stress has also been proposed as a potential risk factor for dementia.

对痴呆症来说,压力也被认为是一种潜在风险。


Some studies have shown that people who report stress consistently throughout their mid-life, may be at greater risk of developing dementia later in their life.

一些研究显示,在整个中年期间持续报告压力的人,可能在其生命的后期发生认知症的风险更大。


However, the mechanism through which stress affects dementia risk hasn’t been adequately tested. Some researchers think that stress may have an indirect relationship to dementia risk. For example, it is well established that stress can increase your blood pressure. It is also established that increased blood pressure may put you at risk of cardiovascular disease. Both high blood pressure and cardiovascular disease are risk factors themselves for developing dementia.

然而,压力影响认知症风险的机制尚未得到充分测试。 一些研究人员认为压力可能与认知症风险有间接关系。 例如,已经很好地确定,压力可以增加你的血压。 还明确血压的增加可能会使您处于心血管疾病的风险中。 高血压和心血管疾病都是发展成认知症的危险因素。


So you can see that reducing your stress may help reduce your risk of cardiovascular disease, it may help reduce your blood pressure, which in turn may help reduce your risk of dementia. As another example, some studies have shown that people with stress-prone personalities, or those high in neuroticism, may be at a greater risk of developing dementia.

因此,你能看到减少压力可能有助于降低心血管疾病的风险,它可能有助于降低你的血压,这反过来可能有助于降低痴呆的风险。作为另一个例子,一些研究已经表明,具有压力倾向特性的人或具有高神经质的人可能处于发展成认知症的更大风险中。


This may be because they spend significantly less time socialising with family and friends.

这可能是因为他们花费显著较少的时间与家人和朋友交往。


Having significantly less social interaction may contribute negatively to an individual’s overall risk of developing dementia.

具有明显较少的社交活动,可能对个体整体发生认知症有负面贡献。


Stress cannot be completely avoided, but managing our stress can be very beneficial to our overall physical and mental health.

压力不能完全避免,但管理我们的压力可以非常有益于我们全面的身体和心理健康。


Currently, there is no evidence to suggest a direct link between stress and dementia.

目前,没有证据表明压力和认知症之间有直接联系。


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