IS STRESS THE LEADING CAUSE OF CORONARIES?

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STRESS (Physiology)
CORONARY heart disease -- Risk factors
CHOLESTEROL
BLOOD pressure
MYOCARDIAL infarction
ATHEROSCLEROSIS
APNEA

Abstract:The article focuses on stress as the leading factor of coronary diseases. It explains the important role of stress including the production of more cholesterol than fat consumption. It elevates blood pressure and promotes cigarette smoking. Stress can also attribute to coronary atherosclerosis, myocardial infarction, insomia and heart attack. It discusses its relationship with depression, anxiety, hostility and anger. It also discusses other risk factors that lead to cardiac death.

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