Stress is a part of life and is experienced by everyone. Prolonged stress can make you more susceptible to ailments ranging from colds to serious diseases. Chronic stress can expose your body to stress hormones, which adversely affect the immune system functioning. High levels of stress increase the production of cortisol which harms your immune cells. It is not possible to get rid of stress completely but with a little effort, stress levels can be lowered significantly. You can do so by doing things and meeting up with people that make you happy. Yoga or meditation is a great way to deal with stress. You can also try working out as this will divert your mind, causing you to take less stress [ 18 ].
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