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How can I know if my level of chronic stress is dangerous or not? There are just minor symptoms.
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Dr. Fred Gallo
Clinical Psychology
2 doctors agree
In brief: Yes
Ongoing stress affects the immune system, raises cortisol levels, can raise blood pressure, increases incidences of ulcers, reduces well being, and more.
Practicing relaxation and meditation can help. With severe stress, psychological treatment is advised.

In brief: Yes
Ongoing stress affects the immune system, raises cortisol levels, can raise blood pressure, increases incidences of ulcers, reduces well being, and more.
Practicing relaxation and meditation can help. With severe stress, psychological treatment is advised.
Dr. Fred Gallo
Dr. Fred Gallo
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Dr. Maritza Baez
Family Medicine
1 doctor agrees
In brief: See your doctor
Stress can be associated with causing an increase in your blood pressure or an increase in cortisol levels, which can contribute to the development of diabetes, heart disease, and other things you may not feel.
See your doctor for a checkup.

In brief: See your doctor
Stress can be associated with causing an increase in your blood pressure or an increase in cortisol levels, which can contribute to the development of diabetes, heart disease, and other things you may not feel.
See your doctor for a checkup.
Dr. Maritza Baez
Dr. Maritza Baez
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