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SUNDAY, Nov. 27 (HealthDay News) — The demands of the season are upon you. And all that socializing, present shopping, decorating and feast preparations can turn this time of year into a stress fest that can affect your health.
“If you are not careful, the holidays take an emotional toll on the body, ranging from increased blood pressure to weakening your immune system,” said Gina Kearney, a holistic nurse practitioner and site manager at the Integrative Care Center, affiliated with the Hospital for Special Surgery in New York.
Though it’s been widely known that stress can boost a person’s heart rate and reduce the ability to fight colds, a new study says that even cholesterol levels can be affected.