Stress causes many symptoms – about 70% of patients visiting family doctor and anxiety or depression rather than physically ill. However, it is a mistake to put all symptoms down to "stress" when something is wrong. Here are some tips on when to worry about serious illness. Chest pain is common when we are stressed, but if it is a heart disease (angina pectoris) it tends to be serious and throbbing, like a tight band around the breast – often moved with motion and relieve rest, neck and general
Heart disease is more likely if you are over 30 years old, male, smoker, has a family history of heart attack, but the symptoms are not always typical – especially in women and the elderly. Headaches are more likely to be severe if they are severe, have recently started to worsen, usually happen in the morning and suffer from other symptoms such as vomiting, double vision, blurred vision, weakness or numbness on one side of the body, difficulty in coordination, dizziness, response, convulsions or stiff neck. These are some of the symptoms of stroke or bleeding in the brain from the aneurysm. Do you feel breathless? If it is ever worse, chest pain or persistent coughing occurs. If you have a pneumonal pill, have a smoke or have had injuries last year or two, you should contact a blood clot in the lungs, pneumonia or other serious lung diseases.
If you have a swallowing problem, you should investigate if it's always present rather than just tightly tightened when you're under stress. Stress causes high vomiting in the stomach – that's why they are called "intestinal emotions"! But persistent bowel changes, especially if accompanied by bleeding or mucous membranes, abdominal pain or weight loss, require careful examination – especially if you are over 40 – and always when family history is in the intestine or intestinal gut. Fatigue: Anxiety and depression are very common causes of fatigue, but suspect other illnesses if you are tired and have: Weight loss or benefit, Skin changes or hair loss, Changes in the stomach or blood in the stools, Changing the menstrual cycle, Local chronic pain, Drinking and urinating more , Difficulty breathing or at night
Everyone has the "blues" sometimes, but depression is possibly very serious and sometimes fatal, illness. Some symptoms are similar to anxiety, and it is quite common for depression and stress. This description of symptoms is very short, general guidance. The most important factor in dealing with symptoms, whether it is caused by stress or serious illness, is good cooperation with your family doctor. White stress symptoms, and you will be able to take control. The sooner you can recognize the symptoms, the easier you can take measures that give you control.