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Emotions, stress and health

Psychology pp 495-550 | Cite as

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Summary

Nobody has to tell you that your feelings bring color into your life, that they can disrupt or save your life in tense times. Fear, anger, sadness, joy or love are psychological states that also bring physical reactions with them.

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