Stress is felt by everyone occasionally. Routine tasks like exercise, school, work, significant changes in life and unpleasant occurrences can cause stress. Stress that occurs occasionally is hard to notice, but usually pose health risks. These minor and significant health issues need to be properly checked in order to know when to seek external support. The different types of stress majorly pose both mental and physical risks to health although individual handles stress differently.
Stress helps people in their performance and proper preparation like when planning for a test or an interview. The body finds a way to respond to stress. Either by fighting back or fleeing for refuge. The pulse begins to accelerate, muscles become tense, breathing becomes faster, the brain work increases and draws in more oxygen just to survive. When the stress becomes elongated and constant, it can lead to heart problems. Persistent stress makes the body repress reproductive, immune sleep and digestive systems which will interfere with their normal functioning.
SIGNS OF STRESS ATTACK
The way people feel stress is usually different. When stress becomes chronic and overwhelming for the body, it will receive no sign on how to properly function. Constant stress over a long period of time also results in heart-related problems such as high blood pressure, heart disease, diabetes and other mental issues like anxiety and depression.
Signs of chronic stress attack are
- Difficulty sleeping
- Consistent and serious viral infections.