The effects of cumulative stress.

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When the body is exposed to conditions that cause stress. The body releases the hormone Cortisol to respond to the situation. cause the heart to beat faster faster breathing muscle spasms and increased blood pressure. But if there is accumulated stress. Elevated levels of the hormone cortisol begin to take its toll on the body. and may lead to heart disease such as ischemic heart disease stroke

Results of the study in the subjects aged 35–70 years without heart disease. Severe stress was found to increase the risk of cardiovascular disease. Such as coronary artery disease stroke and death.

In addition, accumulated may increase the risk of many physical diseases such as obesity, eating disorders. Type 2 diabetes, irregular menstruation, acne , skin diseases, hair loss, gastrointestinal diseases. UFABET Such as acid reflux, gastritis and enteritis including sexual problems and psychiatric diseases such as burnout, depression and  anxiety. 

Accumulated stress is a condition where you are subjected to constant, seemingly endless pressure. This is different from acute stress. Which is a temporary response of the body to a stressful or threatening situation. and the body will return to its normal state by itself. Accumulating often has a negative effect on your physical, mental, and long-term wellbeing.