Is stress a serious problem in your life?
Because of the pressure and problems we are facing day by day,
stress is now an important matter in our life. Nasty situations
and problems we often encounter make us become tense and anxious.
If this unpleasant events never stop and you just can't resolve
them, a time will come when you will have sever stress problems.
Being stressed is when you know you have to do something but you
are almost sure that you will fail. If the consequences are
important then you feel more stressed.
There are many reasons for this stress problems: financial
difficulties...disagreements between family
members...unsatisfying work conditions...children
problems...future plans that you don't know if they will work
for sure... or many other reasons.
All this issues conduct to heavy stress and anxious feelings.
Stress can affect your life in different ways, including:
Emotionally - depression, tension or anger. The way of thinking
- lack of concentration, forgetfulness, apathy. Behaviourally -
increased drinking, increased smoking, insomnia, weight
problems, obsessive behaviour.
All the time you feel stressed, your body tries to deal with the
issue. The heartbeat, breathing rate and blood pressure pass
above the normal level. The longer we feel stressed, the greater
the demand on our body. The problem is that if you often feel
stressed, you use much more energy resources to cope. So in the
end your body gains illnesses because of the pressure, like
ulcers and chronic fatigue or cardiovascular diseases.
If you want to resolve your stress problem, it's very helpful to
analyze your stresses and find the best way to react. You should
try to: Understand the causes of your state of stress Understand
what you can and can't control Think about the future in order
to be prepared for upcoming stressful events Try as much as you
can to have happy activities every day
In conclusion stress is a serious issue even if many people
don't consider it. If you really feel that you are in an
advanced state of stress or anxiety the best thing you can do is
to contact your doctor, your local community health center,
psychologist or counselor.