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Reduce your risk: It’s National Stress Awareness Month

Although stress is a normal reaction to a perceived threat, prolonged stress can have adverse effects on one’s physical and mental health as well as cause early death.

According to the American Institute of Stress, stress at work directly causes 120,000 deaths annually. Persistent stress can harm your health and cause a variety of physical and mental conditions, such as high blood pressure, heart disease, anxiety, and depression.

Regular exercise has been demonstrated to lower stress and enhance general health, making it a useful stress management strategy. But, when it comes to reducing stress, not all forms of exercise are made equal. We advise a stress exercise test to help guide your health decisions. 

A stress exercise test is a painless and secure approach to determining how your body reacts to stress and exercise. We will keep an eye on your breathing, blood pressure, and heart rate as you work out on a treadmill or stationary bike during the test. With this information, we can create a personalized workout program for you that takes into account your unique requirements and capabilities.

Do not hesitate to get in touch with us to make an appointment if you are interested in completing a stress exercise test. We are here to assist you in achieving maximum health and wellness because we firmly think that everyone can benefit from stress reduction strategies.