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"Hypertension & Stress, especially from work, account for more than 50% of heart ailments" comment

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Asked by Josna, 31 Jul '10 11:56 pm
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You are fully right. But the major culprit is the stress which leads to hypertension and ultimately to heart ailment.When people refer to "stress," they may be talking about two different things: physical stress, or emotional stress. Most of the medical literature on stress and heart disease refers to physical stress. But most people are referring to the emotional variety when they talk about stress.Physical stress exercise or other forms of physical exertion places measurable and reproducible demands on the heart. This physical stress is generally acknowledged to be good. In fact, the lack of physical stress (i.e., a sedentary lifestyle) constitutes a major risk factor for coronary artery disease. So this kind of "stress" is usually considered to be good for the heart as long as the heart is normal.Emotional stress is generally the kind of stress people are talking about when they refer to stress causing heart disease. However all emotional stress are not bad. It has been observed ...more
Answered by iqbal ahmed, 01 Aug '10 06:36 pm

 
  
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"Guilty feelings" is a major reason for heart attacks. Secondly malnutrition , thirdly lack of exercise ,walking etc.Then comes stress etc. Guilty feelings provoke stress and leads to heart attacks .
Answered by samson aseervatham, 01 Aug '10 11:50 pm

 
  
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If we can work stress fee,tension free, happiness is free for us.
Answered by spandana k, 01 Aug '10 04:08 am

 
  
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