1. Stress can trigger deadly heart condition

    URGENT: Holiday stress HURTS your HEART! (How to STOP it)

    It’s Christmas Eve, and time for one last check to make sure everything is in place for the big day.

    I hope it’s a joyous one for you and your family…

    But let’s face it: getting here was a challenge!

    All the planning… running around… and spending adds up to a lot of something else:


    That’s why today I want to give you a way to help prevent stress from spoiling your holidays.

    I’ll show you three of the best all-natural stress-busters around that’ll work tonight… tomorrow… on New Year’s Eve… or any other day!

    3 holiday stress-busters to PROTECT your HEART

    Before we get to the stress-busters, I want to make sure every woman out there takes a look at a new study…

    It’s stress-related, and seeing it is extremely important for your health – so let’s get right into it.

    The study focused on a condition called myocardial ischemia (aka MSIMI), which is when you have heart disease and blood flow starts to slow.

    It slows not just because of the disease itself, but also because of STRESS.

    And the study finds women are about a third more likely to suffer from MSIMI than men.

    That, in turn, means stress is more dangerous… and DEADLIER… for women.

    That’s bad enough.

    But the study goes even further, revealing the reason this condition packs so many extra risks in women...

    See, women with MSIMI tend to have what’s known as microcirculatory dysfunction.

    In plain talk, it’s when the essential small blood vessels around your heart start to break down, which is what leads to that sluggish blood flow -- and all of the risks that come with it.

    This ENTIRE breakdown is triggered by stress!

    That’s why it’s critical to take a breather.

    Easier said than done?

    Here are three stress-busting tips that will help:

    • Ashwagandha: This botanical therapy has been used for centuries to bring calm and ease stress, and cutting-edge studies show why. It’s PROVEN to slash serum levels of the stress hormone cortisol. It’s great on its own, but even better with a mix of B vitamins.
    • Rhodiola rosea: This natural herbal remedy, also known as golden root, is proven in more than 200 studies to ease both mental stress and the physical toll stress takes on your body. And in a 2017 study, rhodiola rosea was shown to have a significant impact in as little as a week!
    • Prayer: Never forget the most natural stress-buster of all… A few moments of quiet contemplation in His presence is often enough to put it all in perspective, especially here in the Christmas season.


  2. Stress can cause permanent heart damage

    How a little stress can damage your heart

    The sad truth is that the end of the holidays can often come as a huge sigh of relief for many people. Too much planning, eating, and -- let's face it -- spending can suck some of the joy right out of the season.

    Ladies, that stress can hit you a whole lot harder than it does the guys, and new research shows how that's true any time of year.

    And if you're not careful, that same stress -- no matter what the source -- can lead to something a whole lot worse than aggravation and ulcers, especially if you have heart disease.

    In the new study, both men and women with the condition were given a little stress: They were forced to give a speech.

    The very thought is enough to make some folks break out into a sweat, right?

    At least you can SEE that part of it.

    What you can't see deep inside the body is far worse, as roughly 1 in 6 patients -- men and women alike -- developed what's known as myocardial ischemia in response to that stress.

    That's when less blood flows into the heart.

    In guys, it was a caused by a jump in blood pressure and heart rate during stress, which is fairly normal and usually fixes itself pretty quickly.

    In women, however, it was a completely different story.

    When they developed that ischemia, it was because the small blood vessels suddenly tightened up.

    That's a much more dangerous condition, especially since women already face a higher risk of more permanent problems with those same small blood vessels.

    The arteries can get so stiff that blood can't get through, which can increase your risk of serious complications like heart attack and even death.

    These tightened blood vessels from stress may even be just as dangerous as the nasty junk that can build up inside the arteries and choke off blood.

    Different cause... but the same potentially deadly result.

    If you're feeling a little stress of your own right now -- whether it's a holiday holdover or just one of life's rough patches -- don't hold it in, ignore it, or try to tune it out.

    Do something about it... before it does a number on you.

    Aromatherapy, herbal remedies, homeopathic medicine, exercise, and prayer can all work wonders to lighten the load and help you to feel relaxed.

    If you need a little more help, work with a holistic medical doctor on natural stress relief.

  3. Stress can trigger unhealthy changes in your gut

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  5. Stress is a battle for millions

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  6. Stress-busting vitamins can help with your holidays

    Stress can ruin the coming holidays – but these common, safe and inexpensive vitamins can dial it down so you can enjoy the season.
  7. Stress can undo benefits of healthy fats

    Stress can do so much damage in the body that it can actually reverse the effects of healthy fats and set the stage for damage in the arteries.
  8. Stress can speed growth of cancer

    Stress can kill you in a very real sense, causing deadly cancers to spread six times faster in the body.
  9. Dealing with stress can save your life

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  10. Chronic stress triggers allergies

    Chronic strees the part of allergies that's within your control Spring is in the air, and with it comes everything else -- and not just baseball and barbecues. Pollen and other allergens are also out in force, turning spring into allergy season for tens of millions of Americans. But it's not just what's floating around in the air that's making you miserable. Continue reading →
  11. Controlling anger could save your life

    An angry outburst can increase your risk of heart attack or stroke by up to seven times in the two hours afterward, new research finds.
  12. Chronic anxiety could trigger a stroke

    Chronic anxiety can increase your risk of a stroke by up to a third, according to the latest research.
  13. Benefits of exercise prevent depression

    A little exercise today can help prevent depression tomorrow, according to a new study.
  14. Exercise helps when dealing with stress

    Exercise can kick off a reaction in the brain that can help fight stress -- even later on, when you're not exercising, according to a new study.
  15. Post-traumatic stress of heart attack and stroke

    Heart attack and stroke can leave behind more than just physical damage. They can also cause post-traumatic stress disorder, which can increase your risk of death later.
  16. Why migraine meds don't work

    Up to 80 percent of all migraine patients get little to no relief from medication.
  17. Women and the benefits of multivitamins

    Multivitamins can help improve the mood, beat stress, fight fatigue and more, according to new research.
  18. Signs of stress can kill you

    Stress can be as bad for you as one of the worst habits of all: New research finds it can increase your heart risk to the same extent as smoking.
  19. Beat the causes of depression

    Many cases of depression are really just cases of poor nutrition -- and fixing the diet can also cure the depression.
  20. Work stress can kill you

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