Stress, how YOU deal with a certain event that is going down. What is your reaction?
Stress it can’t be avoid at all….it is different things to different people what is it to you?
Are you in low, medium, or over-the-top level of stress given the world it is everywhere and in everything….
Stress can be good. Can be used to make you aware of your goals to be more driven and focused and stronger and can get things done that is the final answer.
Have you ever been stressed out for a short time. NO problem. You have a looming deadline or have a speech to give or have to talk to someone or that dreaded job interview got that uncomfortable feeling in your tummy and your hands are sweaty and your knees and not stable.
You get that over with and the positive stressors are done you feel like king or queen of the world. YOU can do anything. You not so much when you were feeling it; your body’s system way of protecting you of getting you through that it knew was tough for you a tuffy tough situation. Life has a lot of those.
If your stress rides for too long, without attention it can hurt your health mentally, physically, emotionally, and becomes chronic. Some signs include sleeping, headache, muscle pain, change in sex drive, digestive issues, high blood pressure.
Emotional effects of chronic stress include:
Feeling overwhelmed, Moodiness, Anxiety, Restlessness, Lack of motivation, Irritability, Sadness or depression, Sometimes you may feel like you have too much stress on your plate. If you think you just can’t manage it, you may want to seek help from a specialist. Talk to your primary care doctor to see if they can help you determine whether what you’re experiencing is stress or an anxiety disorder. They can also refer you to a mental health expert and provide you with additional resources and tools.
Signs of stress overload include:
Worrying all the time
Feeling you’re under constant pressure
Drinking or doing drugs to deal with your stress
Withdrawal from family and friends