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No one likes sitting in traffic.
Not only will it make you late but he can also affect your health.
There's very stressful.
You have little control over it.
And it is something like most stressful situations can have an impact on your heart.
It can increase your heart rate increase your blood pressure.
Both of which are very bad for your system in the short term as well as in the long term.
The recent study linked long commutes to belly fat and lack of exercise.
Which can lead to heart problems and a report from Denmark -- traffic noise will boost the risk of a heart attack to researches say honking and beeping.
-- your stress level soaring.
But there are things that you can do to avoid these problems.
Leaving with enough time that it that traffic jam occurs.
Think you're not going to be bothered by it if you get in traffic jam is what it is and and just let it happen and then don't get upset about it.
And listen to your book listen to the radio.
You -- also tried deep breathing exercises if you're stuck in a traffic -- that defeat also suggests calling ahead of you going to be late.
This will help to alleviate some stress as well.
I'm not demanding Fox News.