Stress and Chest Pain: Here’s What You Need to Know

BY TEAM FOURTH FRONTIER DESK

Stress can cause muscle tension, which may lead to feelings of tightness or discomfort in the chest.

Stress can also lead to increased heart rate and blood pressure, which can cause chest pain or discomfort.

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Stress may cause a person to take shallow breaths, which can lead to chest pain or discomfort.

Stress may cause a person to clench their jaw or tighten their neck muscles, which can lead to chest pain or discomfort.

Stress may cause a person to experience indigestion or acid reflux, which can cause chest pain.

Stress may cause a person to experience an increase in adrenaline, which can cause chest pain or discomfort.

Stress may cause a person to experience an increase in the production of the hormone cortisol, which can lead to chest pain or discomfort.

Stress may cause a person to experience changes in sleep patterns, which can lead to chest pain or discomfort.

Stress may cause a person to experience changes in appetite, which can lead to chest pain or discomfort.

Stress may cause a person to engage in unhealthy behaviours, such as smoking or drinking alcohol, which can cause chest pain or discomfort.