TORRANCE, Calif., July 29 Researchers at the 115th AnnualConvention of the American Psychological Association (APA), reported thatchronic stress can intensify inflammation and increase a person's risk fordeveloping central nervous system infections, neurodegenerative diseases, andinflammatory diseases.(1)
Stress can be brought on by internal and external factors, such asemotional conflict, poor coping skills, financial problems, job loss, poordiet, and environmental pollution. In small doses, stress is a good thing.It keeps you on your toes and helps you to get things done. But, too much maycause general poor health or specific physical or psychological illnesses.(2)
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(1) Medicine & Health / Psychology, "New research shows how chronicstress worsens neurodegenerative disease course",http://www.physorg.com/news106580080.html, 8/17/07
(2) University of Maryland Medical Center, Stress and Anxiety,http://www.umm.edu/ency/article/003211.htm
(3) Anxiety Disorders Association of America, 2007 Stress and AnxietyDisorder Study
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