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I am a social psychologist who has a special interest in stress. Some of my articles about the relationship between stress and health have appeared in other outlets, but here they are again.
In this article I discuss the connection between stress, anger, and emotional problems, including depression.
I am a physician who specializes in stress. I have seen lots of patients who complain about their stress, or suffer from emotional problems caused by stress. Some of these problems are depression, and other are related to the underlying cause, such as eating disorders. Here I discuss these disorders, and stress as an underlying cause.
The other side of stress has to do with food and diet. If you are overweight or obese, then it can have a negative effect on your health and your happiness. And when you live in a highly stressful situation, you can feel stressed all the time. Stress is a very powerful thing! It takes a toll on your physical and mental health. It has also been shown that eating food with too much fat can make you more stressed, and it can lead to a higher risk of heart disease. There are many things that we can do to combat stress, including eating right, exercise, and managing our stress levels.