Stress and Pregnancy

Peace and relaxation are absolutely essential for an expectant mother. Stress during pregnancy can have serious and life-long health consequences. Listed below are three ways in which stress can harm women and their babies. Stress Before a Pregnancy Stress can impact a baby even before it has even been conceived—chronic…

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The Late Effects of Stress

When a traumatic event occurs, such as a car accident or the sudden death of a loved one, the incident often triggers symptoms that are felt almost instantly. Some people with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) start reliving their ordeal and have trouble sleeping within a few hours or a day.…

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Stress Leads to Diabetes?

Diabetes is a complicated disease that affects millions of Americans—every year 1.4 million Americans are diagnosed with diabetes. Diabetes can lead to a host of other complications include eye problems, strokes, hypertension, and kidney disease. Fortunately, studies have found that you can reduce your risk of diabetes and these other…

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