Life is stressful; we all know the reasons why.  However, we may not realize that it affects our health and well-being.  In fact, stress can lead to high blood pressure, headaches and depression.  “We need to increase the awareness about the direct and well-documented effects that chronic stress has on health – things like impaired immune function, slowed wound healing, increased inflammation in the body and increased risk of heart attacks, diabetes and obesity,” explains Dr. Brent Bauer, …