Stress is the response your body has to the demands made upon it. Originally the "flight or fight response," it puts our bodies on alert to deal with potential trouble or dangers. Heart rate and blood pressure increase, hormone (such as adrenaline) and blood sugar levels rise, and the mind turns to focus on the perceived threat. Today, stress is an inevitable part of life; theres no way we can completely avoid it. Nor would we want to-it motivates us to plan ahead and to accomplish things. But too much stress can cause all kinds of problems, especially if it continues over a long period of time. It can lower our immune systems, leading to colds or other illnesses, and cause heart problems, ulcers, and depression.
Causes of stress are also known as "stressors". Stressorsmay be physical or emotional in nature. They may begenerated internally, by our thoughts and feelings orexternally by something happening in our environment.Stressor Stressors are perceived or experienced events,situations, people, or demands.
The signs of stress can vary by person and by situation, but they ofteninclude:Psychological signs Behavioral signs Biological signsWorrying Increased irritability Increased heart rateSleeplessness Accident proneness High blood pressureDifficulty concentrating Changes in appetite Headaches and/or sleep patternFeeling overwhelmed Indigestion or nausea Muscle pain (especially in the jaw, neck, or lower back
Like the signs of stress, coping strategies can vary byperson. Strategies may be positive or negative. Someexamples of negative strategies include: drinkingalcohol or using drugs, over- or under-eating, orbecoming irritable.
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