• Martha Lewis

The Damaging Effects of Chronic Stress to Your Body and Your Sleep

Updated: Oct 13

What’s the No. 1 reason people say they can’t sleep? Stress! We all know that too much stress sabotages your sleep.


Chronic stress also causes your body to break down. I’m sure you’ve heard that stress is bad for your health, so I’m going to explain exactly what stress does to the body long term. Check Out what these long term effects are in my latest column of the Jackson Hole News and Guide.




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Martha Lewis, MS, APSC

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