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There are many serious diseases and conditions linked to the
components of stress. Even, the American Medical Association has stated that
stress is a contributing factor in many diseases, including some infectious diseases.
Let's define stress and learn how it can impact us in ways that you may not have considered before.
Stress runs much deeper than most people even consider. Stress can impact our mental and physical well-being, especially if it occurs, even gradually, over a prolonged period of time.
In a nutshell, stress is any perceived mental or physical tension that results from a host of causes, including environmental, physical, mental, emotional, and chemical.
Learning to Identify Stressors
In light of our modern world of excess chemical toxicity, along with emotional tension and the information highway overload of messages, stress is a natural part of life. You can learn to
identify your stressors in your environment and protect yourself physically and emotionally. Click on this link to Identify your stressors! [Coming soon]
Payoffs of Managing and Reducing Stress
The payoff of managing and reducing stress can be enormous, even by assisting your body to do what it was designed to do, which is repair itself and maintain your health. Yes, your body is designed to heal itself. Take the case of a broken bone: a doctor may set it in a cast, but your bone heals itself.
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