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If I remove stress will it make me healthier?
Stress is a necessary component of life and survival. Stress urges your body to produce so called “hormones of stress”, adrenalin and cortisol, that raise your blood pressure, impede digestion, giving you a rush of energy necessary for immediate action, whether it’s physical or mental, like running to escape a predator or making an instant mental decision. However, gradual stress hormones’ buildup in our bodies can have a very negative effect on our health by weakening our immune response and making them susceptible to a large myriad of diseases. If we face stress daily, our bodies can no longer return themselves to the initial state of relaxation resulting in depression, sleep disorders, heart disease, diabetes, obesity, anxiety disorders and even cancer. Therefore, it’s very important to make necessary changing to a better lifestyle and remove stress to stay healthy.
It’s impossible to completely remove stress to stay healthy but you can take measures to help your body cope with its consequences on a regular basis. Introducing daily moderate exercise like a brisk walk or jog around a picturesque area, will help you bounce back and relax faster. Another technique of letting your tension go is prayer or meditation, but if you are not able to meditate, then just listening to relaxing music that can help you ease mental and physical stress. Eating a variety of fresh organic fruits and vegetables, probiotic for immune system health and colostrum supplement, just to name a few, will help your body repair its stress damaged cells.
Sometimes we are unable to control the events in our life but we can always develop a more positive attitude to these events.
The information supplied in this article is not intended as medical advice and should only be used for educational purposes.
The information supplied in this article is not to be considered as medical advice and is for educational purposes only.
|Stress Prevention15 Feb 2010|