What Happens To Your Body When You’re Stressed

In today’s video, we’ll be discussing chronic stress and its impact on your body. What is chronic stress first of all? How does it affect your immunity and cardiovascular system? Does it impact your digestive system as well? What about your breathing? We’ll be discussing all of these AND more…

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Intro – 0:00
What is Chronic Stress? – 00:30
Central Nervous and Endocrine Systems – 01:29
Respiratory and Cardiovascular Systems – 02:28
Digestive System – 03:21
Muscular System – 04:28
Reproductive System – 05:06
Immune System – 06:04


What is Chronic Stress?
Stress is your body’s natural response to danger. Almost everyone experiences some form of stress in their day-to-day lives. Anything that can trigger stress, whether it’s family, work or relationship problems.

Stress is helpful in short-term situations, when the body is trying to fend off whatever foreign invader it’s encountered. It can benefit your health and improve your immune system as well.

Chronic stress, on the other hand, is harmful to your overall well-being. When the stress levels remain elevated after the perceived danger has passed, it’s not good for your body.

There are a few symptoms of chronic stress you need to look out for. If you’re feeling irritable all the time, it could be chronic stress. Anxiety and depression are almost always related to chronic stress. If you’re not working on what’s bothering you, you could end up with headaches and insomnia.

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