Dr. Cathy Reimers, Ph.D., psychologist in New Jersey, and co-host Jennifer Russello, parent in New Jersey, tackle the subject of "stress" and what it is doing to our bodies, our minds and our emotional well-being. Stress has been termed a "silent killer," insidious in nature, and often it's deleterious effects go undetected before it's too late. Sometimes stress has been linked to heart disease, anxiety, panic disorder, gastro-intestinal issues, fibromyalgia and even arthritis. Stress aggravates the immune system and can have a negative impact on people who suffer with multiple sclerosis, cancer and other diseases. As American families continue to navigate the waves of stress in our every day lives, a "perfect storm" of epic proportions may be brewing in our hearts, minds, and bodies. Join us as we discuss the impact that stress is having on our physical and mental health and what we can do to weather the effects. So, listen up mates, batten down the hatches and don't allow the
silent killer in!
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