How Does Stress Affect Your Body?

By Dr. Carrie Jones Expert HERWriter
 
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We need our fight or flight response for adrenaline pumping situations however we also need to remember to take care of ourselves and relax, get enough sleep, and exercise most days of the week. Stress is everywhere but it doesn’t mean you can’t set some boundaries and do something about your personal response.

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ok, how could I release from this type problem?

May 31, 2010 - 12:20am
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