Definition of stress-induced in English:

stress-induced

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adjective

(Especially of a medical problem) caused by stress or mental fatigue: an increase of stress-induced diseases he succumbed to a stress-induced ulcer and nervous breakdown
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  • I don't always feel sexy or confident, particularly when my eating spirals out of control or a stress-induced binge leaves me longing for a siesta in the middle of a workday.
  • The good news is that stress-induced pounds will melt away with a few tweaks to your diet, exercise, and stress-management tools.
  • I have stress-induced asthma.

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