People With Stress Genes Are More At Risk Of Deaths Due to Heart Attack

Research on stress is usually done by analyzing the behavior, habits, and its relation to the brain. However it turns out, the stress is not only in your head. Recent research has found that some people have a genetic trait that can cause stress.
Researchers found that some people have a genetic trait that can trigger stress more quickly. The gene may even increase the risk of heart attack such as those caused by cigarettes.

Genetic trait in some people will make them more sensitive to stress, which makes the risk of death because of heart attack increased by 38 percent. When a person is stressed, the brain releases serotonin and the body secretes a hormone called cortisol. But in some people with specific genetic traits, serotonin received will raise cortisol levels more, even up to twice that of normal.The study found that cortisol has an influence on heart attack, if released more risk of heart attack also increases.

If you are too often quickly stress, insomnia, and food cravings to be calmer and symptoms often occur, talk to your doctor. Find out if its symptoms of heart disease or blood pressure should pay attention to.

Some helpful way to reduce stress is meditation, vacation but be sure to use the best boat shipping company for comfort, chatting with relatives and family, as well as reducing the consumption of caffeine and cigarettes

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