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Mother Nature and Father Time:  How to Beat This Dynamic Duo

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We all age. It is a normal part of life. Unfortunately, some of 
us age faster than others. Did you know that stress is considered 
one of the main factors in determining how quickly we age?

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Mother Nature and Father Time:  How to Beat This Dynamic Duo
Copyright © 2006 Kathy Castillo
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We all age. It is a normal part of life. Unfortunately, some of 
us age faster than others. Did you know that stress is considered 
one of the main factors in determining how quickly we age? Those 
who experience a lot of stress in their daily lives will tend to 
age a lot faster than those who have little to moderate daily 

There is no cure for stress. Everyone has it. Adults have it 
and children have it. It is even thought that babies experience 
stress in the womb before they are born. Stress can be healthy 
because it causes you to try your best, and it keeps you on your 
toes all the time; however, stress can also be very harmful. It 
can be mentally and physically harmful.

For most of us, stress is easy to understand but difficult to 
define.  What causes stress varies considerably. It is basically 
a psychobiological response to what we perceive as threatening. 
Anything that causes us to struggle emotionally or physically 
induces stress.  Since our perceptions are as individualized as 
our genetic code, what triggers a stressful response for one 
person often does not affect another in the same way.

Stress is the normal "wear and tear" our bodies experience as we 
adjust to our continually changing environment; it has physical 
and emotional effects on us and can create positive or negative 
feelings. As a positive influence, stress can help compel us to 
action; it can result in a new awareness and an exciting new 
perspective. As a negative influence, it can result in feelings 
of distrust, rejection, anger and depression; these feelings, in 
turn, can lead to health problems such as headaches, upset 
stomach, rashes, insomnia, ulcers, high blood pressure, heart 
disease, and stroke. With the death of a loved one, the birth of 
a child, a job promotion or a new relationship, we experience 
stress as we readjust our lives. In so adjusting to different 
circumstances, stress will help or hinder us depending on how we 
react to it.

While we realize that high levels of stress can increase one's 
chances of suffering a heart attack, stroke or other serious 
illnesses, it has also been shown that stress can compromise 
immune function and make a person more susceptible to infection.

With its powerful impact, stress certainly can age a person. A 
person who is under a lot of stress will look older. This is 
because stress also attacks the immune system, and with a lot 
of stress, your immune system does not work as well. The body 
becomes fatigued, the heart rate increases, the blood pressure 
increases, and much more. Much of today's illnesses can be traced 
to stress.

Identifying unrelieved stress and being aware of its effect on 
our lives is not enough to reduce its harmful effects. Just as 
there are many sources of stress, there are many possibilities 
for its management. However, the solutions require work: changing 
the source of stress and/or changing your reaction to it. You can 
also ease the effects of stress with anti-stress products.

To live a happy and healthy life, you must reduce stress. By 
reducing stress, you will prevent yourself from developing many 
illnesses. If you experience any stress in your life right now, 
it would be beneficial to do some research on all natural anti-
stress products like Anxietol7(tm). Anxietol7(tm) is an example 
of an all natural anti-stress reliever that can be found at 
Amazon or .

If you are aging more quickly than normal due to high stress, 
you should also look at a product called Rejuvinol(tm). This 
is a Botox replacement that smoothes wrinkles. You can see 
Rejuvinol(tm) at Amazon and . Stress 
can cause aging and wrinkles before their proper time. 
Rejuvinol(tm)can help reduce wrinkles and fine lines.

We cannot control how much or what type of stress we will come 
across in life; however, we can control how our bodies react to 
the stress. We can use all natural anti-stress products like 
Anxietol 7(tm)to help boost our immune system and Rejuvinol(tm) 
to reduce unwanted wrinkles caused by stress.

If we can learn to control how our bodies react to stress, we can 
also reduce many stress-related illness such as heart-attacks, 
strokes, diabetes, migraine headaches, and more. 

Kathy Castillo is a health and fitness enthusiast and 
advocate. She writes on a regular basis on timeless 
health and fitness tips at the Fit After Forty Blog. 
See more useful health and fitness news and tips at: 
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This article is for general information purposes only. Before 
under taking any exercise or treatment program always first 
check first with your doctor and health professionals.



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