How does stress affect health? The answer is not known by many, and that is extremely bad...

The vast majority of people have no idea of the tremendous negative impact stress has upon their health. It has been estimated that two-thirds of all visits to doctors are for stress-related problems. And this is just the beginning...

Let's answer the question: "How does stress affect health?"

Stress is an essential cause in the following diseases:

* Diabetes in Later Life
*Premature Aging
*Irritable Bowel Syndrome
*Rheumatoid Arthritis
*Heart Burn / Ulcers
*Coronary Heart Disease
*Dangerous High Blood Pressure
*Mouth Ulcers
*Anxiety Attacks
*Multiple Sclerosis

And the list can continue... All illnesses are mainly caused by mental restlessness (stress and worry)!

When your mind is at peace, when you experience constantly happiness and joy in your life and when no problem, event or circumstance is able to stress you, you can be sure that you will have a perfect health. And by the way, it's really possible to create and live that kind of stress-free life. I'm the living proof of it!

If you don't know how to deal with stress easily and effectively, you will lose many years of your life!
First, you lose years of your life because you do not truly live, you are stressed and tensed all the time and you do not enjoy life.
Second you shorten your life considerably by letting stress to damage your health.

Everyone is forced to face stress, but only those who know the stress relief secrets will be able to live a life of bliss, happiness and peace. The rest of the people will be sick, tensed, unhappy and sad all the time.

By knowing the answer to the question 'How does stress affect health?', your chances to live a peaceful and cheerful life have increased dramatically. Congratulations!

Author's Bio: 

Alexander Oprea is a recognized authority on the subject of stress relief. His website,, provides a wealth of informative articles and resources on everything you'll ever need to know about relieving stress quickly, easily and permanently.