alexa Abstract | Evaluation of Stress and Its Correlation with Anthropometric Parameters among Software Industry Professionals
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International Journal of Innovative Research in Science, Engineering and Technology
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The present study aimed to assess the level of stress perceived by software professionals by correlation stress , anthropometric parameters and blood pressure.This cross sectional study included 155 participants working in software companies across Karnataka. Data about stress was collected using perceived stress scale. Body mass index was calculated from the recorded Height & weight of the participants. Their resting blood pressure was recorded. Analysis was done using descriptive one way analysis of variance and Pearson’s correlation coefficient. Among the obese employees, 16.2% participants had severe stress level and 62% showed moderate level stress and 85% of underweight employees showed moderate amount of stress. The mean value of systolic and diastolic blood pressure of highly stressed individuals was significantly (p<0.05) higher when compared to the less stressed group .In conclusion, this study showed a definite association of psychological stress with obesity and blood pressure.

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Author(s): PallaviShet, Ramesh Bhat , Ganaraja B, Nayanatara AK, Sheila Pai


Body mass index , Blood pressure, Obesity, Perceived stress scale, Software professional, Blood Clot Symptoms

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