Stress: The Silent Killer

Hans Selye in 1936. Selye defined stress as “the non-specific response of the body to any demand for change”. In plain talk, stress is the body’s reaction to change. In science, stress is explained by Hooke’s Law of elasticity in 1658. It is the property of a material that resumes its original size and shape after having been compressed or stretched by an external force
 
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