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Stress Benefits: Because stress is good! Increases immunity of the body

Stress: Perhaps you will also be surprised to know that small stress is having a positive effect on our immune system. It is very important to have small stresses in the modern world

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Stress Improves Immunity: It is generally said that taking tension increases tension. That’s why doctors recommend taking less stress even during work. But let us tell you that in today’s run-of-the-mill life, small taking stress good for us. This keeps the mind young. Not only this, it helps in passing old age in a better way. This thing has come to the fore in a recent research. Let us tell you that in the 90s, stress was not considered good for health.

Let us tell you that for the first time an American psychiatrist named Firdous Dabhar has done a study on this in association with a researcher from Rockefeller University of New York.

Stress increases immunity!

Perhaps you will also be surprised to know that small stress is having a positive effect on our immune system. It is very important to have small tensions in the modern world. For example, an athlete needs to have some tension about the upcoming race. This strengthens the heart and muscles. Both mild physical and mental stress produce a chemical called interleukin in the blood, which activates the immune system. It helps fight infection.

brain ages less

According to the latest research, the size of the brain decreases at a rate of about 5 percent in a decade after 40 years. After the age of 70, the rate of decline further increases. This shrinkage of the brain is reduced by 4 years in such elders, who do regular exercise. According to the research of the year 2013, taking a little stress produces a stress hormone called corticosterone in the body, which increases mental capacity and makes it easier to learn.

Apart from this, if research is to be believed, a limited amount of stress increases antioxidants in the body, which protects DNA and RNA, but when stress is high, cells may also have to bear its negative effects.

(The information given in this article is based on general beliefs. TV9 Hindi does not confirm it. Follow it only after consulting an expert.)

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