MEDITATE, DO YOGA, OR JUST CHILL OUT
Stress can actually kill. When you have stress hormones like adrenalin, cortisol and other catecholamines constantly running through your system, your blood pressure and heart rate become elevated. Research has found that people who returned to a stressful job after a heart attack were twice as likely to experience a second attack as those who held down reasonably stress-free jobs.
Patients who had stressful personal relationships were also found to be a high-risk group. If you find yourself perpetually stressed, learn to manage it. Make time to rest, do activities you enjoy, stop worrying about what you can’t control and practise mind relaxation techniques like meditation.