Health Tip: Manage Stress
Too much can harm your heart
(HealthDay News) -- No one has goes through daily life with no stress whatsoever. But too much stress can cause a host of emotional and physical problems, particularly on your heart and cardiovascular system.
The Cleveland Clinic says too much stress can:
- Increase your blood pressure.
- Lead to an abnormal heartbeat.
- Damage your arteries.
- Increase blood cholesterol.
- Weaken your immune system.
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