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9,326 Possible Causes for Stress

  • Patulous Eustachian Tube

    I am sure mine also gets worse when I am stressed, which is most of the time due to all these physical problems too!![tmswiki.org] Weight Loss Dehydration Pregnancy Fatigue Stress Out of these 5 I can relate to weight loss, possible dehydration and stress.[theeloquentlady.wordpress.com] Other predisposing factors include fatigue, stress, anxiety, exercise, and temporomandibular joint syndrome.[diseaseinfosearch.org]

  • Pneumonia

    . • Avoid stress. Stress and anxiety can impair your immune system and make your body more susceptible to infections. • Get plenty of rest and high-quality sleep.[articles.mercola.com] “She’s under a lot of stress, and the rigors of the campaign can lead you to be more susceptible to getting sickness.” More on this...[foxnews.com] Presidential campaigns are always grueling – interminable work days, hours spent on and off of planes, the stress of the high stakes – for the candidate and staff and traveling[people.com]

  • Pharyngitis

    Shop Now » Women’s Health Hormonal Balance, Stress, Pregnancy, Sexual Health... Shop Now » Men’s Health Sexual Performance, Stress, Prostate, Blood Pressure...[nativeremedies.com] Build up your body's natural defences: reduce stress levels and get plenty of rest. This can help you to avoid infections such as strep throat. (Reviewed by Dr D.[health24.com] Common causes of lowered immunity include HIV, diabetes, treatment with steroids or chemotherapy drugs, stress, fatigue, and poor diet.[mayoclinic.org]

  • Influenza

    […] as soon as possible for all hospitalized, severely ill, and people who are at higher risk for complications with suspect influenza: children A recent CDC health advisory stresses[floridahealth.gov] […] communities find ways to ... read more Guidelines Say No Special Precautions Needed for Flu Shots for People Allergic to Eggs Dec. 19, 2017 — An updated practice parameter stresses[sciencedaily.com] […] compromised (for example, pregnant women, infants, cancer patients, asthma patients, people with pulmonary disease, and many others), the virus can cause viral pneumonia or stress[medicinenet.com]

  • Streptococcal Infection

    They can be used in times of stress when the normal bowel bacteria are disrupted to minimise the risk of Streptococcal invasion and also to preventatively treat healthy pigeons[melbournebirdvet.com]

  • Upper Respiratory Infection

    Measures to reduce stress may include changing schedules and responsibilities, increasing time spent doing relaxing activities, and increasing sleep time.[emedicine.medscape.com] Smoking cessation , reducing stress , adequate and balanced diet , and regular exercise are all measures that can improve the immune system and reduce the overall risk of[medicinenet.com] Regular, moderate exercise may reduce susceptibility to URIs, whereas intensive training in high-performance endurance athletes may increase susceptibility. [67] Stress has[emedicine.medscape.com]

  • Dementia

    Possible explanation Petkus said people who have high levels of anxiety tend to have higher levels of stress hormones, including cortisol.[news.usc.edu] Describe challenges related to caregiver stress and utilize stress reduction techniques.[nccdp.org] Caregivers may experience substantial stress.[merckmanuals.com]

  • Viral Lower Respiratory Infection

    […] coronavirus that is associated with the worldwide outbreak of severe acute respiratory syndrome and human metapneumovirus, a recently identified new respiratory pathogen, have stressed[bmj.com] However, in marathon runners, skiers, or soldiers, who are exposed to significant cold or physical stress, prophylactic vitamin C may reduce the incidence of colds by 50%[clevelandclinicmeded.com]

  • Adrenal Insufficiency

    Excess stress is the main reason for adrenal fatigue. Factors that trigger stress are known as stressors.[drlam.com] The fight-or-flight response is the way our bodies respond to stress. The stress response prepares the body to run or fight.[arltma.com] No other gland is more affected by stress, emotional strain or anger than the adrenals.[ebnutrition.com]

  • Acute Gastroenteritis

    Acute gastritis comes on suddenly, and can be caused by injury, bacteria, viruses, stress, or ingesting irritants such as alcohol, NSAIDs, steroids, or spicy food.[healthline.com] Lifestyle changes that reduce stress may also be beneficial. If you have another condition that requires you to take pain relievers often, switch to acetaminophen.[livestrong.com] However, despite its sensibility, this approach does not take into consideration non-osmotically induced and occasionally inappropriate excretion of ADH triggered by stress[frontiersin.org]

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