Avoid Chronic Stress

930“A stress response is created in the body from any situation or thought that causes you to feel angry, frustrated, nervous or anxious. When you’re chronically stressed, those physiological changes, over time, can lead to health problems.”
– Jay Winner, M.D.

Let’s start working on reducing chronic stress today by getting enough sleep and moderating both exercising and time-off from your daily activities.

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Dr. Kim

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