Anti-Anxiety Drugs in Cardiac Disorders
Although stress is an inescapable component of life and its adverse effects in some individuals at some times are well appreciated, these effects have never been systematically investigated from a clinical point of view. In particular, the effects of stress on organic illnesses, as for example, cardiovascular disorders, are not fully appreciated.
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