Being the president is hard and stressful

Are you stressed out about who to vote for or finding time to get to the polls? 

 
That kind of stress is nothing compared to what the actual winner of the election faces. 
 
According to doctors at the Cleveland Clinic, the presidency is a major "ager."
 
"Pity the poor son of a gun who won! He's going to age 8 years for every 4 years he's in office, on average. That's been studied from Teddy Roosevelt till now and you'll notice Obama got grey hair well that's normal," says Dr. Michael Roizen. 
 
Presidents age twice as fast while in office due to stress. One of the major reason for accelerated aging in the White House is the lack of friends to talk to when things get tough. 
 
Many presidents don't have that type of outlet. 
 

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