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What does too much stress do to your heart?
Stress in itself is not unhealthy. Stress is just your body’s response to any physical or emotional demand.
But too much unrelieved stress can lower your body’s resistance to disease, contribute to disorders such as stomach ailments and insomnia, and may cause changes in the body’s chemistry that can directly affect your heart health.
The stress response is your body’s physical reaction to a stressful situation.
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