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Stress and its Consequences

Why should we keep our stress level at the minimum

Stress means different things to different people. What causes stress in one person may be of little concern to another. Some people are better able to handle stress than others. And, not all stress is bad. In small doses, stress can help you accomplish tasks and prevent you from getting hurt.

Our bodies are designed to handle small doses of stress, but we are not equipped to handle long-term, chronic stress without ill consequences. 60 to 90% of all doctors' visits are stress related and cannot be treated effectively with medications or procedures.

Stress can cause:

  • Frequent headaches, jaw clenching or pain
  • Gritting or grinding teeth
  • Tremours, or trembling lips and/or hands
  • Neck ache, back pain, or muscle spasms
  • Light headedness, faintness, or dizziness
  • Ringing, buzzing
  • Dry mouth or swallowing problems
  • Frequent colds, infections or cold sores
  • Unexplained or frequent "allergy" attacks
  • Heartburn, stomach pain, or nausea
  • Excess belching or flatulence
  • Constipation or diarrhoea
  • Difficulty breathing or sighing
  • Panic attacks
  • Chest pain, or palpitations
  • Constant anxiety, worry, guilt, or nervousness
  • Irritability, anger, frustration, edginess , or hostility
  • Depression, frequent or wild mood swings
  • Increased or decreased appetite
  • Insomnia, nightmares, or disturbing dreams
  • Difficulty concentrating or racing thoughts
  • Forgetfulness, disorganization or confusion Difficulty in making decisions
  • Feeling overloaded or overwhelmed
  • Frequent crying spells or suicidal thoughts
  • Feelings of loneliness or worthlessness
  • Little interest in appearance or punctuality
  • Overreaction to minor issues
  • Reduced work efficiency or productivity
  • Weight gain or loss without diet

 Stress Prevention - You can take steps to prevent stress in your life.

  • Set realistic goals and limits for yourself.
  • Put things into perspective and try not to get upset about insignificant or relatively unimportant matters.
  • Take stress-management, time-management, or anger-management classes.
  • Find activities that you enjoy and set aside time to participate in them on a regular basis.
  • Participate in regular physical exercise.
  • Consume a healthy diet.
  • Maintain a positive outlook.
  • Set goals and break them into easily achievable tasks.
  • Reward yourself for the good things that you do each day.

You can get help to get back to a healthy, more relaxed life. There are many different holistic therpaies that can help you get back to your nomral self and to make sure you remain balanced. Ask for the right one for you. Between Hypnotherapy, EFT, Matrix Reimprinting or Infinity, you can surely find one of them suitable for you and rely on their effectiveness.

Last Updated (Wednesday, 07 November 2012 19:22)

 

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