It’s hard to avoid stressing out over stress, right? No. It doesn’t just happen, actually. There are things that trigger it, such as eating processed foods, doing chores, using your gadgets, multitasking, drinking caffeine, having expectations, and other unhealthy distractions.
If you’ve been avoiding those bad vibes, you may want to consider comforting yourself. A new study has found that higher stress levels may double risk of Alzheimer’s disease. Read more in this report by Jaleesa Baulkman on Medical Daily:
Higher Stress Levels May Double Risk Of Alzheimer’s Disease In Older Adults
Overanalyzing situations and losing sleep over things you can’t control could put you at a great risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease later in life, a new study published in Alzheimer Disease and Associated Disorders has found. Read more…
Other studies have also shown that it can result to poor circulation, heightened risk of cardiovascular diseases and cancers, depression, and even suicide.
So if higher stress levels may double risk of Alzheimer’s, among other conditions, what’s left to do?
That’s a no-brainer – you just need to avoid the things that make you overthink. You can also eat a diet filled with brain foods such as avocado, beans, berries, nuts and more. Increase your time for exercise, too, as it raises your body’s endorphins, which is known as the feel-good chemicals.
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