Everyone at some point in life has felt stressed, stress can be considered part of life. All animals have stress response, which can save their lives.
The nerve chemicals and hormones released during stressful times, prepares the animal to face a threat or flee to safety.
However, with chronic stress, those same nerve chemicals that are life-saving in short bursts can suppress functions that aren’t needed for immediate survival. Your immunity is lowered and your digestive, excretory, and reproductive systems stop working normally. Once the threat has passed, other body systems act to restore normal functioning.
According to the Mayo Clinic, the top health problems in America vary slightly between men and women. Here are the top Health concerns for both men and women that are common to both. Continue reading →
According to the World Health Organization, cardiovascular disease results in 17.5 million deaths worldwide. Heart disease is the single greatest cause of death in both the United States and the world accounting for over half of all deaths. Continue reading →
The human heart is one of the most important and intricately designed organs in the body. Not only does it rhythmically pump blood through endless blood vessels, but the human heart is a muscle that functions as a pick-up service for waste and delivery service for vital nutrients. When the human heart shuts down, Continue reading →
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