Stress can negatively impact your heart. Due to the pandemic, stress levels are at an all-time high.
GREENSBORO, NC – February is Heart Health Month. We know there are some risk factors like eating fatty foods, smoking, lack of exercise, weight gain can all contribute to heart problems. Once you know what your risk factors are, you can make lifestyle changes to reduce your risk.
Fatigue from the pandemic has led to an increase in mental health disorders such as anxiety and depression. Last month, the American Health Association released a scientific statement that there is data showing a link between heart health and mental health. And mental health problems are linked to heart problems. This means that it is important to reduce stress and take care of your mental health.
Here are some tips for reducing emotional stress and strengthening your mental health. When it comes to your emotional health, process negative emotions. Keeping negative feelings inside can …
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