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How Stress Affects Your Health

Wondering How Stress Affect Your Life?

Stress can strike anyone.   It is a natural part of life.   It can help us be at our best or it can bring us down to our worst.   How stress affects our health is by increasing blood pressure, keeping us up at night, to mental issues as well.   Stress can also cause chronic health issues as well.   It can affect our immune system, give us heart trouble, help us gain weight AND keep it on, etc.   So as you can see reducing stress does not only help you mental but can have long term health benefits as well.   A good article has more:

By Nick Tate
From NewsMaxHealth

Job demands. Family squabbles. Relationship troubles. Financial pressures. All are common causes of stress, with studies showing at least two out of three Americans report experiencing moderate to high levels of it over the past month.
But chronic stress is more than just an aggravating fact of modern life. Stress and anxiety are stealthy killers, with new research showing they can be as hazardous to your mental and physical health as smoking, poor diet, lack of exercise, and sleep deprivation.

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Wondering how stress affects your life?

Still don’t believe stress can have that big of an impact on your life?   Take something that you worry about EG your job, bills, projects, etc and then imagine your life without it.   Does the thought of that stressor not being in your life give you a feeling of relaxation?   If so then that is how stress affects you.   You might benefit from stress reduction exercises.   For more please visit our certification in stress management consulting website.




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