Stress is a combination of both mental pressure and strain. You can’t always avoid such situations. You can think how to respond to stress when you try for it. It always shows a sign of tension. But someone constantly runs in such a stress situations, it will affect on their mind and body. Cause of stress in one person may be a little concern to another.
Common symptoms of stress
Experiencing stress is a different thing to different people. Some people are better to handle stress than others. When a person feels stress, a chemical reaction occurs in the body to escape from the stress. It creates a harmful situation in their body. So people experiencing stress has many physical symptoms includes:
- frequent urination
- change in appetite
- trouble sleeping
- muscle tension
- rapid breathing
- fast heartbeat
Prolonged stress in life creates emotional instability. Some emotional symptoms badly affects on your mood. It includes panic, difficulty in concentration, anger, feeling doom, restlessness. A negative health effects on people who they are suffering from stress over a long period are high blood pressure, depression, heart diseases and diabetics.Tips are available to control stress and anxieties.
Tips to prevent stress
- Get More Sleep
Sleep is necessary for every human. It helps to recharge brain and rest to body. If not sleep long, it affects on mood, memory and judgments. It will badly reflect on them.
- Physical Activity
Exercise will increase a peace of mind in the body. It returns a good sleep and reduces all tensions about the health.
- Learn to Say ‘No’
Know your priorities. Know your goals.Say no to who makes you doubt yourself.
- Manage Your Time
Listing all tasks and setting priorities will help rate how important and urgent are them. Proper time management is the best solution to avoid pressure and strain.
- Breathing Exercises:
It is very easy to learn. If someone breathes deeply, brain sends a message to calm down and relax.
- Talking treatments
Trained professional can help to deal with stress and become more aware of your own thoughts and feelings.
Therapies for controlling stress
Stress isn’t a medical diagnosis. But some therapies also aid to control stress in a high manner. They are medical approaches to reduce stress. Therapies can help change negative thought patterns that develop as a result of stress. Commonly using therapies are:
- Mindful Meditation
- Music therapy
- Laughter therapy
Stress is a part of life. It isn’t always bad. Sometimes it will motivate you. It returns high productivity because you perform under pressure. So stress may be become beneficial and even healthy.