Preventing stress reduces the risk of cardiovascular diseases
Stress appears to be linked to an increased risk of developing cardiovascular diseases. Chronic stress can disrupt biological processes such as blood pressure, cholesterol metabolism and fat metabolism.
These factors can contribute to blood vessel damage and, consequently, can increase the risk of cardiovascular diseases.
Various therapies are available that can teach you how to relax or deal with tension or stress. These can help to reduce your risk of dying from cardiovascular diseases.