The Good and Bad Stress

April 6, 2019

It can cause headaches, stomach aches, high blood pressure, and an increased heart rate. “About 33 percent of patients that suffer from stress don’t even mention it to their primary care physician,” said Dr. Jennifer Carrion, a resident physician with Lee Health.  But not all stress is bad. “A lot of people actually don’t know that stress can be good for you. There are two different types of stress. There’s something called U-stress, or your good stress, and distress, basically your bad stress,” explained Dr. Carrion.

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