Stress Equals Health Problems

Stress Equals Health Problems

We all have had some form of stress in our lives at one time or another.  It can take such a toll on you physically as well as mentally.  Research however shows that there are stress related health problems that you can fix. Below are a list of some of them and suggestions on how to reduce the negative effects that it can take on your body.

  1. Heart disease. Researchers have suspected that the stressed-out, type A personality is a higher risk of high blood pressure and heart problems. This may stem from having a direct effect on the heart and blood vessels. Another possibility is that stress is related to other problems such as smoking or obesity which can increase the heart risks.  Emotional stress can trigger serious cardiac problems as well such as heart attacks.  So if you are someone with heart problems try to avoid stress as much as you can.  Look for different activities that teach breathing and relaxation mechanisms. Yoga or Tai Chi are some great ways to learn this.


  1. Asthma. Studies have proven that stress can worsen asthma. Some evidence suggests that stressed out parent’s can even increase the risk of developing asthma in their children. Two reasons being that the children are or were exposed to air pollution or whose mothers smoked during pregnancy. The kids with stressed out parents had a substantially higher risk of developing asthma.  One suggestion for these parents would be to give up the habit or purchase an air purifier for the home that specializes in asthma and smoke.


  1. Obesity. Excess fat in the abdominal area seems to pose greater health risks. A hormone called cortisol is released during stressful times and stored in this area.  This puts extreme stress on the heart as well as other areas of the body.  Our suggestion is to find a work out routine that helps you to cope with your stress.  Cardiovascular exercise will help to not only relieve excess body weight but also put help to strengthen other areas of the body and mind.


  1. Diabetes. Stress can worsen diabetes in two ways. First, it increases the likelihood of bad behaviors, such as unhealthy eating and excessive drinking. Second, stress seems to raise the glucose levels of people with type 2 diabetes directly.  Our tip is find a way to balance out the blood sugar through diet.  This will help with limiting unwanted stress on the body.


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By |2013-09-09T19:52:16-05:00September 9th, 2013|Digestive Health, Stress|0 Comments