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How Does Chronic Stress Negatively Affect Your Health?
What is chronic stress, how is it different from other types of stress, and how can it affect your health? Learn more about chronic stress, and find resources for ...
Chronic Job Stress Is a Risk Factor for Heart Disease
Recent studies have found a link between chronic job stress and metabolic syndrome, a cluster of health factors that increase the risk of developing heart ...
Stress and Health - Stress Management - About.com
Chronic Stress, the type of stress that seems never-ending and inescapable, like the stress of a bad marriage or an extremely taxing job (this type of stress can ...
Chronic Stress Definition and Management Tips - Stress Management
Sep 2, 2014 ... Just what is stress? Because the term is thrown around so much, many people don't understand what stress is and what is not. Learn the basics ...
Chronic Stress Can Interfere with Normal Function of the Immune ...
Chronic stress not only makes people more vulnerable to catching illnesses but can also impair their immune system's ability to respond to its own ...
Cortisol and Stress - How to Stay Healthy - Stress Management
Sep 13, 2014 ... Higher and more prolonged levels of cortisol in the bloodstream (like those associated with chronic stress) have been shown to have negative ...
Chronic Stress - What Is Chronic Stress? Video
Want to learn about chronic stress and why it happens? Here, see helpful information about chronic stress and what it includes.
Chronic Pain and Stress - Relaxation for Pain Management
In fact, this can start a vicious cycle as intense feelings of pain tend to cause more stress and anxiety. You can counteract this downward spiral if you learn how ...
Stress and Weight Gain: Can Stress Make You Fat?
Sep 18, 2014 ... If you remain in this state for a prolonged amount of time due to chronic stress, your health becomes at risk. Aside from a host of other dangers, ...
Study Looks at How Chronic Stress Impairs Memory - Psychology
Mar 21, 2012 ... Previous research has linked chronic stress, or repeated stress that leads to continuous state of physiological arousal, to an array of problems ...
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