Stress and Symptoms

Stress is the body’s reaction to a situation that appears dangerous or difficult, stress makes the body to create adrenaline hormones that work to defend themselves. Mild stress is useful and can spur someone to think and try to think more and try faster and harder so that they can answer the challenges of everyday life. Mild stress can stimulate and provide a feeling of excitement in life which is usually boring and routine. But too much and sustained stress, if not addressed, will be harmful to health. You can visit our website to get client-centered stress therapy.

Symptoms of stress

Being irritable and angry with friends, family, and colleagues.
Act aggressively and defensively.
Feeling always tired.
Concentrate or become forgetful.
Palpitations or heart palpitations.
Tense muscles.
A headache, stomach, and diarrhea.

Stress complications

High blood pressure and heart attack.
Mental illness, hysteria.
Eating disorders such as loss of appetite or overeating.
Can not sleep (insomnia).
A migraine or a headache.
Gastric pains.
Asthma attacks that are more severe.
Skin rash.