In today’s society, stress is taking a major toll on the health of the majority of the American population. While there is such a thing as good stress, negative stress occurs in all areas of life concerning one’s nutrition, physical, emotional, spiritual, psychological, and even spiritual factors. Exercise, which is seen as the best practice to manage or help minimize stress, can even act as a stressor if done too intensely or without receiving proper amounts of rest. Emotional struggles like anxiety, fear, depression, or experiencing grief and frustration can also impact one’s stress levels. Medical conditions like surgery, chronic illness, or experiencing an infection can cause stress to the metabolic system as well. The body is susceptible to stress in more ways than just one, including environmental and chemical exposures.