Stress

Stress is the emotional or mental pressure which results because of the highly demanding circumstances. Stress can cause multiple of health issues and can result in completely changed behavior.

SYMPTOMS OF STRESS

  • Sleep and appetite is changed
  • Unnecessary Pain or fatigue
  • Feeling of restless and worry
  • Concentration power is decreased
  • Nail biting or such other habits
  • Outbursts of emotion
  • High use of substances like alcohol, caffeine, etc.

What Is Stress?

Stress is mainly a physical response. It releases a complex mix of hormones and chemicals such as adrenaline, norepinephrine, and cortisol to prepare the body for physical activity. This causes a number of reactions, from blood being diverted to muscles to shutting down unnecessary bodily functions. When you in stress, it not only negatively affects your body temperature, blood pressure, emotion but also switches you to “fight-or-flight” mode, mostly time. During stress response, your heartbeat increases, breathing quickens, muscles tighten, and blood pressure rises. You’ve gotten ready to act. It’s time how you protect yourself.

Stress is not bad in a small term condition as sometimes it can help you perform under pressure and motivate you to do your best. But when you’re constantly running with this worrying situation. It is bad for you and your health as well as. If you often find yourself feeling exhausted and dazed, you need to protect yourself and take action to bring your nervous system back to balance. The first step to controlling stress is to know the symptoms of stress.

Symptoms of Stress

  • Sleep and appetite is changed
  • Unnecessary Pain or fatigue
  • A feeling of restless and worry
  • Concentration power is decreased
  • Nail biting or such other habits
  • Outbursts of emotion
  • High use of substances like alcohol, caffeine, etc.

Things That Impact Your Stress Tolerance Level

  • Your support network
  • Your sense of control
  • Your attitude and outlook
  • Your ability to deal with your emotions
  • Your knowledge and preparation

Improve Your Ability to Handle Stress Disorder

  • Connect with others: keep busy yourself when you likely stress
  • Engage your senses: Release stress by engaging one or more of your senses – sight, sound, taste, smell, touch, or movement.
  • Learn how to relax: Relaxation techniques such as yoga, meditation, and deep breathing and help to reduce your stress level and activate the body’s relaxation response.
  • Eat a healthy diet: An unhealthy diet or food you eat can affect your mood and disturb your ability to cope with life’s stressors.
  • Get a proper rest: Feeling tired can increase stress by causing you to think illogically. To avoid this stress get a healthy sleep or proper rest.

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