Stress

In order to understand what stress is, you need to know what it is first. Stress is the body’s reaction to a change in someone’s life, it can be a job loss, relationship problems, family confrontation, or something that happened in the past. Stress is anything that requires an adjustment in your lifestyle or causes a challenge or threat. The body will react to this change with physical, mental, and emotional responses. Everyone experiences some form of stress, it is a normal part of life.

Everyone handles stress in their own way. Having positive things in our lives like a new car, buying a home, having a child can cause stress due to new responsibilities.

Acute Stress

Acute stress is short-term and may be caused by a job interview, an argument with someone, or being overwhelmed with things to do and not enough time to do them. Buying a birthday gift can cause stress, just as meeting new people can do the same. Some of the effects of this stress may be profuse sweating, nervousness, nausea, or not sleeping the night before a meeting.

This stress usually ends when the problem is over, the interview has ended, you met your deadline at work, or found that gift.

Chronic stress

This can be caused because acute stress is not addressed properly. Having a job that you are not happy with can lead to getting fired or quitting, which can lead to financial problems which can then lead to relationship difficulties.

Some of the physical effects of stress are being nervous, aches and pains, having a headache, or not feeling well. Emotional effects may be the feeling of being sad, being angry, snapping easily, or having a hard time concentrating on one thing.

How to end stress

You should all ways seek advice from a medical doctor first, but some ways that may help are: exercising a few times a week, this will keep your energy level up and help you sleep better, eating healthy food, eliminating the junk food, all the carbohydrates make you tried and feel sluggish, limiting caffeine, this will help reduce hyperactivity. Make a to-do list every day and cross off things as you complete them, so you will have a feeling of accomplishment.

Try learning yoga or meditation, listening to uplifting music. While you are doing this you will find the underlying problem. You may than be able to solve it by knowing what makes you happy and what doesn’t, then start changing your lifestyle to avoid the situation that has caused the stress.

By understanding stress levels, people cannot only learn more about themselves, they can also learn how to succeed. Thus, learning about stress levels can actually help people achieve their goals.

Here is a free guide on stress for your reading,,,,,,

In order to understand what stress is, you need to know what it is first. Stress is the body’s reaction to a change in someones life , it can be a job lose, relationship problems, family confrontation, or something that happened in the past. Stress is anything that requires an adjustment in your life style or causes a challenge or threat. The body will react to this change with physical, mental, and emotional responses. Everyone experiences some form of stress, it  is a normal part of life

Everyone handles stress in their own way. Having positive things in our life like a new car, buying a home, having a child can cause stress.This can all cause stress because of the new responsibilities. Positive or negative thinking will have an impact on the level of stress.

Acute Stress

Acute stress is short term and may be caused from an interview, an argument with someone, or overwhelmed with things to do and not enough time to do them, buying a birthday gift can cause stress, meeting new people can do the same. Some of the effects may be sweating, nervousness, sick feeling or not sleeping the night before a meeting.

This stress usually ends when the problem is over, the interview has ended, you met your dead line at work, or found that gift.

Chronic stress

This can be caused because acute stress is not addressed properly. Having a job that you are not happy with can lead to getting fired or quieting, this can lead to financial problems which can lead to relationship difficulties.

Some of the physical effects of stress are being nervous, aches and pains, having a headache, not feeling well. Emotional effects may be the feeling of being sad , being angry and snapping easily, having a hard time concentration on one thing.

How to end stress

You should all ways seek advice from a medical doctor first, but ways that may help are , exercising a few times a week, it will keep your energy level up and sleep better, eat healthy food, stop the junk food, all the carbs make you tried and feel sluggish, limit caffeine, this will help with the hyperness, make a to do list everyday and cross off things as you complete them, you will have a feeling of accomplishment,

Try learning yoga or meditation, listen to uplifting music. while you are doing this you will find the underline problem and can solve it by knowing what makes you happy and what doesn’t, than start changing your life style to avoid the situation that has cause the stress.

By understanding stress levels, people can not only learn more about themselves, they can also learn how to succeed. Thus, learning about stress levels can actually help people achieve their goals.

Here is a free guild on stress for your reading,,,,,

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