Things That Hurt Your Heart - Anyone who’s ever been stuck in bumper-to-bumper traffic will tell you it's stressful. That may be why research links spending a single hour in traffic to higher odds of having a heart attack. High noise levels -- like the kind you hear on a freeway -- are also linked to heart disease. If you can’t avoid traveling during rush hour, squash stress by listening to relaxing music. Or share the ride and chat with your fellow passenger.
Drinking Daily Coffee and Chamomile Tea Associated with Longer Life
Stress is common for all of us and we don’t need to worry about a little bit of stress because we have self-repair mechanisms that are ready to fight harm inside our body. But prolonged stress is a different story as it will increase our cortisol level.