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Cardio Clear 7

by Ssregina Regina (2019-05-05)

Effects of Stress on Your HealthThe Cardio Clear 7 Review effects of stress in people are seen physically, mentally and emotionally. According to the American Institute of Stress, up to 90% of all health problems are related to stress. Too much stress can add to and exacerbate many health problems including heart disease, high blood pressure, stroke, depression and sleep disorders. A number of studies have been undertaken and show the debilitating impact of stress on one's health:Emotional stress has been shown to be more predictive of cancer related death and cardiovascular disease than smoking according to three 10-year studies. People who were unable to manage stress effectively had a 40% higher death rate than non-stressed individuals.A Study by Harvard Medical School of 1,623 survivors of heart attack found that the risk of subsequent heart attacks in those that remained calm during emotional conflicts was half that of those who became angry. Harvard School of Public Health carried out a 20-year study involving over 1,700 "older" men and found a significantly increased risk of heart disease in those who worried about their health, their personal financial affairs and social conditions.Over one-half of heart disease cases are not attributable to the standard risk factors, such as high cholesterol, smoking or lifestyle lacking in adeqaute exercise.A study by the Mayo Clinic of coronary disease victims found that the greatest predictor of future coronary events such as cardiac arrest, heart attack and heart related death was psychological stress.