(TeleManagement) Stress and depression are linked to higher levels of markers of inflammation in the blood, according to a study. Various studies have linked psychosocial factors, like stress, depression and lack of social support with heart disease.
It would make complete sense that emotionally distress such as grief or stress can affect us in negative ways. As science and medicine advances, we discover more and more ways we are negatively affected when we are stressed out.
This only supports the notion that stress management, meditation and other spiritual functions that promote peace are essential to good health.
Stress managment techniques can lower risks that cause these inflammation-linked chronic diseases. If you are wondering how to become a stress management consultant, then please review our program
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