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Thursday, May 7, 2009

Pay Attention: Diseases Due to Stress

Although stress is reasonable, but if not managed properly, can disrupt the health effects. The following are some diseases that can appear due to stress:

Heart disease.
During stress the body will release adrenalin which can hamper arterial blood vessel. If this happens, the blood pressure will rise and this will increase the risk of heart attack and stroke. Some studies show, there is a strong correlation between stress and a tendency to store fat in the stomach. And usually this condition can be seen in people with body shape resembling apples.

Lost memories.
Stress hormones, which are often referred to as glucocorticoid, work on the hippocampus is one part of the brain responsible for memory formation.

Gum disease.
A study published in the Journal of Periodontology in July 1999 found that people who experience high stress in the financial ability and have them in the low, the risk doubled for the occurrence of disease associated with the gum. And it is one of the risk factors of a heart disease, respiratory channel and diabetes complications.

Depression.

With changes in levels of brain chemical, such as norepinephrine, serotonin and dopamine, stress can affect one of them into depression.

Weak resistance body.
A research indicates that stress can increase the development of a flu as much as 3-5 times.

Increase in body weight.
Increased cortisol can turn on the storage of fat cells in the body, especially in the stomach. This can cause resistance to insulin that can increase the risk of diabetes.

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