Harvard Heart Letter

Anxiety and heart disease: A complex connection

A little bit of worry and stress is normal ó even beneficial. But chronic anxiety may raise your risk for heart problems. If you feel anxious now and then, thatís perfectly normal. In fact, worrying can spur you to take positive action that may benefit your health, such as getting screening tests or doing regular exercise. But excessive worrying can have the opposite effect. …

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