Stress

Long-term stress affects the deterioration of the body, decreases immune function and causes a number of less and more serious health complications such as higher risk of depression and psychiatric disorders, memory problems, weakened immune system, higher blood pressure and cholesterol or higher risk of cardiovascular disease .
The body responds to stressful situations in three phases: alarm, rebellion and exhaustion. In the alarm phase, blood pressure, heart rate increases and breathing speeds up. In the next phase, the organism fights against stressors, tries to adapt or overcome them. In the phase of exhaustion, the body is subject to stress, which can lead to apathy, depression and even death. In addition to hysteria, panic, anger, crying, nervousness or stage fright, stress is also responsible for weakening immunity.

Stress

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