Stressful work provokes cancer in men

Canadian scientists have found that a stressful job can cause cancer in men. That is the conclusion they reached, based on the results of the study.

Researchers of the University of Montreal and INRS conducted a study over 30 years. It was attended by thousands of working men 15 to 30 years. At the end of the experiment, it became known that those representatives of the stronger sex, who were forced to work in a stressful environment, often suffered from cancer than their peers, earning a more relaxed position.

Noteworthy is the fact that men experiencing stress in the workplace are exposed to diseases such as cancer of the gastrointestinal tract and lungs.

It should also be noted that the experts have excluded such factors in the research process, as the production of harmful, chemical poisoning, trauma and so on.

The most stressful occupations carried firefighters, industrial engineers, mechanics, repairmen and superintendents of railway equipment.