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Chronic stress can take a toll on different parts of your body and your overall health

March 22, 2021

From the WebMD website

Your muscles tense, your heart races, and your breath comes faster — we all know what stress feels like. The “fight or flight” response is behind it: Your hormones get your body ready to either take on a threat or run from it. If this happens too often — say, every day during your commute — it’s called “chronic stress,” and it can take a toll on different parts of your body and your overall health.

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