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FRIDAY, June 7 (HealthDay News) Many middle-aged women develop aches and pains and other physical symptoms as a result of chronic stress, according to a decades-long study. Pent-Up Stress Could Harm Health of Middle-Aged Women Privacy & Trust Info FRIDAY, June 7 (HealthDay News) Many middle-aged women develop aches and pains and other physical symptoms as a result of chronic stress, according to a decades-long study. Questions about personal health should always be referred to a physician or other health care professional. FRIDAY, June 7, 2013 (HealthDay News) Many middle-aged women develop aches and pains and other physical symptoms as a result of chronic stress, according to a decades-long study.

Pent-Up Stress Could Harm Health of Middle-Aged Women. Swedish study followed women since late 1960s. FRIDAY, June 7 (HealthDay News) Many middle-aged women develop aches and pains and other physical symptoms as a result of chronic stress, according to a decades-long study. FRIDAY, June 7Many middle-aged women develop aches and pains and other physical symptoms as a result of chronic stress, according to a decades-long study.

Researchers in Sweden examined long-term data collected from about 1,500 women and found that about 20 percent of middle-aged women experienced constant or frequent stress during the previous five years. Many middle-aged women develop aches, pains and other physical symptoms as a result of chronic stress, according to a decades-long study. Researchers in Sweden examined long-term data collected from about 1,500 women and found that about 20 percent of middle-aged women experienced constant or frequent stress during the previous five years, HealthDay reports. Pent-up stress could harm health of middle-aged women Swedish study on stress in middle-aged women followed subjects since late 1960s. 0. iStock Related.

Middle-aged women. All that pent-up stress could be making you feel pretty crappy, according to a new study in the International Journal of General Medicine. Researchers from the University of Gothenburg found that chronic stress seems to take an especially hard toll on the health of 40-to-60-year-old women. Pent-up anger can result in blowing up or acting out when you know you can get away with it. You may feel irritable most of the day or have frequent outbursts, such as.

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Should stress levels remain excessive, health will begin to erode as well.

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Stress is also a factor for those in particular age groups, including adolescence, menopause and the ageing.

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  • man anxity makes me sneeze and have a runny nose and somethimes chest pain hard to breath short of breath and no i dont have covid

  • I was given a choice. The doctor told me I could have a cone but I chose to have everything taken out. I am 74 but have been taking hormones with the blessing of the obgyn for thirty years with no complications. A natural medicine doctor told me I should not have had my ovaries removed. The obgyn, however, had told me not to let anybody tell me to stop taking the hormones. He said I would be more likely to die of a heart attack if I didn’t take them than to die of cancer if I do.

  • I like not getting my period every 21 days anymore. I like having a feeling come over me that I wanted to become an inventor, and write a children’s picture book. I use reading glasses, and lost my shortterm memory and take a once a month B-12 needle.

  • I’ve had terrible stress. Made me really sick. Made me have panic attacks. I get headaches and feel faint. Overall I’m always worrying and stressing a lot. I get depressed because I feel like insecurity has taken over. And then the cycle of anxiety starts again.
    Edit: I also lose appetite and have bad insomnia

  • I am confused.
    Menopause Taylor in her you tube channel says HRT prevent Dementia, osteoporosis and cancer.
    On this clip the Dr says HRT alleviate menopause symptoms only but does not prevent the diseases that come with menopause.
    Who to believe now?

  • The fact that intelligetn women or people without any family connection are narcissist magnets could be useful to more employers Lisa Mosconi if employers would realize that in spite of needing to deal with more intreruptions in their work day they can then be taught to be taught to be such good salesmen or buyers of company raw materials while continuing to stay on top of constant interruptions like [I’m trying to be funny] for example when I was while watching videos this last half hour being interupted when seeing my aging computer shut down the video at the point when someone said the word smoke which then for some reason unsubscribed me from all of my You Tube Subscriptions including your channel Ted talks except my subscription to Fransiscan University. I wonder if that had anything to do with the of the construction along this street where I live to replace the grass along the boulevard too. Looks like I better save up money for a new computer nistead of another pair of shoes and purse to match that I don’t need. For sure I don’t want to buy a purse to go with my shoes that looks like a mirrored disco ball because then it might attract someone who isn’t a rescuer at all and instead are looking for a target with enough cash to waste on another memory stick I don’t need or whatever.

  • Obesity and stress might also be a pre-existing condition of the dead COVID people.
    Is corona the real killer?

    Dislikes on this comment means that you guys are illiterate.

  • Such an important topic and so well presented thank you dr mosconi for taking on this cause and shedding some light to our much neglected understanding of women’s bodies and brains ��!!!

  • Wow, that king of hit me in the face. Been diagnosed at 33 with hormonal breast cancer and have been on hormonotherapy for almost 10 yrs. that is terrifying! I am not allow hormones replacement and gave to avoid phytoestrogens. Well, I guess if I make it to dementia I will mean I beat the cancer odd. Great.

  • This was one of the best TED talks I’ve encountered. She did a great job with all aspects of this topic in the short amount of time allotted.