Stress is sneaky.
Sometimes you don’t even know that you’re feeling it until you turn your head and your neck hurts, maybe you feel a constant pit in your stomach, or you notice your heart is beating faster than normal.
The truth is, some stress is normal … but chronic stress (like what can be happening right now with everything going on) can do a real number on your body. It can wreak havoc on your hormones, making you gain weight (especially unhealthy belly fat). And it can also take a major toll on your health, paving the way for illness and disease.
Scientists are learning more all the time about how stress can impact your health. It's never been a big secret that stress causes illness, but until recently, it was never clear HOW it played a role.
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