- Stress is the leading cause
of death in America; yet it never appears on a death certificate.
is responsible for 90% of all doctors' visits.
- A new study found
that stress associated with caring for a family member with Alzheimer's disease
or dementia alters the body's chemistry and it is directly linked to increased
heart disease, arthritis, type 2 diabetes, and certain cancers.
National Institute of Mental Health reports that people who live in a high
state of anxiety are 4.5 times more likely to die from a heart attack or
stroke. - A poll released in Cosmopolitan magazine found that stress is an
epidemic among women ages 18-29. 66% of the women polled said they feel a
"considerable to moderate" amount of stress daily.
- A Harvard Medical
School study of 1623 heart attack survivors found that when subjects got angry
during emotional conflicts, their risks of subsequent heart attacks was more
than double that of those who remained calm.
- A 20-year study of over
1700 older men conducted by the Harvard School of Public Health found that
worry about social condition, health, and personal finances all significantly
increased the risk of coronary heart disease.
Managing your stress and
accessing your heart's intelligence can lead to the following benefits:
Increased mental clarity
- Enhanced problem-solving abilities
- Improved Memory
- Increased Comprehension/ Better
- Increased longevity
- Improved focus and attention
- Improved cognitive performance and decision-making
calmness and well-being
- Increased emotional stability
access to intuition
- Reduced blood pressure in hypertension
job performance and achievement
- Reduced levels of cortisol, the stress
hormone which impairs ability to learn, kills brain cells, and accelerates the
- Increased levels of DHEA, the anti-aging hormone which
supports success, achievement, and the ability to endure and persevere
Boost to the immune system
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stress in your life.