Bruce McEwen identified many markers of Allostatic load . Major markers include hypertension (high blood pressure), atherosclerosis (calcium deposits on arteries), fat staying in the system longer, higher waist-to-hip ratios (when fat goes to the waist not the hips), and sleep disruption.

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