Stress Effects Your Kidneys

Stress and depression can compromise your internal organs—from your stomach to your brain. They can also have negative effects on your kidneys. One in three Americans is at risk for kidney disease. Stress and depression can increase the risk of kidney disease or exacerbate kidney problems. What Do Kidneys Do? It’s your kidney’s job to

Stress Impacts Your Appetite

When you’re stressed it can impact your appetite and alter your food cravings. Too much stress can lead to overeating and weight gain. Fortunately, there is a way to beat this overeating pattern even if you continue to experience stress. When it comes to overeating, it’s long-term stress that causes the most damage. According to

Stress Leads to Diabetes?

Diabetes is a complicated disease that affects millions of Americans—every year 1.4 million Americans are diagnosed with diabetes. Diabetes can lead to a host of other complications include eye problems, strokes, hypertension, and kidney disease. Fortunately, studies have found that you can reduce your risk of diabetes and these other health problems by reducing your

Stress Leads to Migraines

Have you been suffering from migraines recently? Reducing your stress could be the cure. People with migraines experience a throbbing sensation in their head. The pain ranges from moderate to severe. Migraines impact millions of Americans every day. Twelve percent of the U.S. population gets migraines—that’s 38 million Americans. Migraines are caused by a range

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