Did you know that overwhelming levels of stress can actually decrease the size of the brain resulting in reduced capability to carry out even easy tasks. Other side effects include:

- Lowers your immune system.
- Increases blood pressure and cholesterol that raises your risk for a coronary heart attack.
- Preventing the creation of new brain cells via the hippocampus. This section of the brain assists in memory function and excessive cortisol has been known to cause Alzheimers.
- Overload of cortisol levels within the blood is associated with persistent melancholy.

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