Stress has proven to be a major factor in some chronic diseases such as hypertension, stroke and cardiac arrest. Most often, a person under severe stress may experience reduced immunity from infection and lead to other serious medical conditions.
In highly stressful conditions, brain production of chemical factors such as efephrine, noradrenaline and dopamine increases, which can all affect the normal body process. Extreme amounts of these substances in the brain can help increase blood pressure, increased heart rate, rapid cell regeneration and weakening of the immune system of the body.
Stress can also cause damage to the digestive tract, as the stomach releases more acid due to increased anxiety that accompanies normal stress. If stress levels are not minimized, wounds and other dyspepsia may occur. Sometimes you can also experience irritating bowel disease (IBS) where intestinal irritation can lead to.
It is not uncommon for people with high stress to have insomnia. This can increase the person's sensitivity to disease, as the body does not get the sleep it needs for regular activity.
High stress can also affect the normal functioning of the brain. It can be difficult to focus on focusing on reason and doing regular daily tasks because of stress. It can also lead to anxiety and panic attacks and can also lead to depression. In the very worst cases, depression can even lead to suicidal thoughts.
Another effect of stress is rapid hair loss. People who are often stressed may feel losing their hair faster than before.
With all the harmful effects of stress it is important to learn how to control stress every day. Do not let stress affect your life so much that you are incapable of working properly. If you consider the stress factors to be too much for you to carry, and you have too many tasks to take care of,. Identify the areas of your life that you can give up. Learn to prioritize and learn to say 'no'.
Do not take stress easily. Consult a qualified physician or doctor who can advise on ways to reduce stress and live a happier, more adequate life.
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