Karoshi is a Japanese phrase that translates to "death from overwork." Yes, there is a word for death caused by something many of us experience daily: stress.

Think about the stress you feel as a shy student giving a presentation in front of your class or as a worker facing a mountain of tasks before a deadline. While stress isn't inherently bad—it's what enables you to leap out of the way when a car speeds towards you—too much or prolonged stress can harm your health. It can disrupt sleep, cause headaches, lead to disorganized thinking, and even contribute to depression and severe health issues.

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