Stress can be a good. It can motivate you to meet a deadline and boost productivity. It can keep your mind alert and heighten your senses when you perceive danger. Your heart beats rapidly and breathing quickens. This response to a stressful situation might even save your life. You might need that energy boost to get out of the way of an out-of-control car. And that’s good, right? Yet someone who lives in this state day in and day out is far more likely to develop health issues than someone who has the tools to deal with stress. Research has shown that healthcare costs for populations with high-stress levels are 46% higher than for those who are not stressed.
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