Stress is the feeling of being under pressure, with symptoms including anger and anxiety, difficulty sleeping, loss of appetite, breathlessness and chest pains.
People who are under prolonged stress are at greater risk of health problems like high blood pressure and heart attacks.
As a people, we’re under greater stress than ever.
We live in a stress-filled environment that either breaks us or makes us cope with life's mundane ordeals.
We cannot avoid stress. Situations arise on a day to day basis which make physical mental and emotional demands on us. There may be decisions that
need to be made, deadlines that need to be met, lessons to be learned. It does'nt? It matter whether we are at work or at play. Stress is the driving force that keeps us on our toes and ensures that we push to be the best we can be.