Stress has become a common problem for all over the . It not only affects the of a person, but it also affects the behavioral, emotional, and of a person.
What is Stress?
can mean different things to different people. However, it is mostly used in the context of psychology and biology. Under biological conditions, stress is related to the biochemical imbalances that are the result of a taking place in in a person. The of the ( ) is to maintain a steady state or equilibrium at most times. There are psychological aspects of stress as well. Psychologically, each person is different; so is their response to stress. Events or situations such as war, famine, and abuse during can lead to a stress-related disease known as Post- stress (PTSD). Stress in our bodies can also be aggravated due to the abuse of , , prescribed , and .
Stress can be traced Walter Cannon in the early 1920’s is known as the ‘fight or ’ response, where an animal under attack generates rapidly with which it can either fight back or flee from the situation.to our early days of evolution. It was stress that helped and is still helping to stay out of danger. This concept developed by
Stress can result in long-term conditions such as diabetes, a high level of bad , and poor heart conditions. It is also known to affect a person’s system, in the long run, making us susceptible to . In some cases, stress has been traced back to a low functionality level of .,
Some symptoms to look for in terms of stress-related problems include the following.
- Poor Memory: Research indicates that cortisol can the existing connections and destroy newly formed or currently forming connections. In other words, the stress hormone cortisol can result in a poor memory when it is exposed to the brain in extended or lengthy quantities. out people experience poor capacity. Stress releases a called cortisol, which can affect the ’s hippocampus area, which stores important information in the form of neural connections.
- Lack of Concentration: Under stressful conditions, the release of cortisol disrupts the formation of new concentration while under stress. Studies on lab-induced stress and cortisol suggest that the presence of cortisol both naturally and ingested, resulted in memory. , which is the reason why it is difficult to maintain
- Pessimistic Attitude: Pessimism or negativity is one of the seen in people from stress.
- Constant Worrying: Stressed out people often worry constantly for no apparent reason. Sometimes, the reason for worry could be a remote possibility, yet a good amount of energy is wasted in about something that may never happen.
- Constipation and Diarrhea: Constipation and diarrhea are also seen in people with stress. Stress causes the rectus to tighten up, thereby leading to . On the other , some people under stress can feel the opposite and may not be able to control the muscles. There could also be situations where a person experiences both constipation and in continuing cycles. Continued constipation and diarrhea cycles can lead to or piles.
- Faster Heartbeat and Chest Pain: People who are stressed and experience a faster . This is due to , which arises from the subconscious about future uncertainties. This may lead to hypertension or high . People suffering from high blood pressure have a greater chance of suffering from .
- Lack of Sex Drive: Lack of sex drive is yet another major symptom that people complain of whilst stressed. Stress and share a few connections in the form of . It has been found that stress can have a direct with diminishing or neutralizing hormones that are responsible for a person’s sex drive.
- Eating Disorders: sad, or during any frustrating . Restrictive eaters, on the other hand, tend to stay away from food when they are stressed out. They are also known to frequently diet and stop eating certain types of . Thus, they might suffer from . disorders can also be categorized under stress-related disorders. Psychologically, there are two types of . One is an emotional eater and the other is a restrictive eater. Emotional eaters tend to eat whenever they are stressed out, feeling
- Sleep Disorders: sleep. Other factors, such as over-working, anxiety, , and tobacco consumption are also known to create disorders. disorders arise out of over-thinking about the day’s events or future events before going to