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STRESS CAN HELP YOU RISE.

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Everyone in this world has stress. Stress is body’s way of responding to any kind of demand or threat. There are positive stress and negative stress. You may get good and bad results from the stress you face daily. The stress response is body’s way of protecting yourself. It helps you to stay focused, alert, and energetic. When you are driving a car, you will have the stress of driving safely. That stress helps you to stay alert. Stress not only saves your life but also help you rise to meet new challenges.

 

There are 2 types of stresses:

Acute stress and chronic stress

Acute stress:  The word acute means the symptoms develop quickly but do not usually last long. Acute stress occurs from a sudden accident, death of loved ones, relationship breakups, etc. Acute stress helps you to manage strong situations. Every person faces acute stress at one time or another in their life.

Chronic stress: Chronic stress is long-term. It may occur relating to matters of money, unhappy marriage, or trouble at work. This stress goes on for a week or months, and sometimes even for years. If you don’t realize the problem, then you may have gotten used to it. If you don’t find a solution to chronic stress then, it may lead to serious health problems.

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Stress and its effects on a body:

Stress and body are closely connected. The body reacts to stress by releasing hormones. It results in high alertness of the brain, causes muscles to tense, increases your pulse. This support from hormones helps you to handle the stressful situation. It is a body’s way of protecting itself.

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Stress and its effects on health:

Like positive effects, stress also has negative effects on our bodies. If we carry on the stress for a long time, we may have to face several health issues. Long-time stress may lead to disillusionment which in-turn may give rise to suicidal tendencies. It also may give rise to many diseases like Diabetes, Asthma, and other health disorders.

 

Symptoms of stress:

Cognitive symptoms Cognitive symptoms are related to the brain. We may develop several problems related to the brain when we have stress. Some Cognitive symptoms are:

  • Inability to concentrate
  • Loss of memory
  • Poor judgment
  • Everywhere seeing only the negative
  • Anxious of racing thoughts.

Emotional symptoms- Emotional symptoms can be negative or positive and can come from within you or be a reaction to your environment.

Some emotional symptoms of stress are:

  • Depression or general unhappiness
  • Anxiety, and agitation
  • Moodiness
  • Anger
  • Feeling overwhelmed
  • Loneliness and Isolation

 

Physical symptoms- Physical symptoms are related to physical parts of our body.

Some physical symptoms of stress are:

  • Aches and Pains
  • Diarrhoea
  • Nausea
  • Dizziness
  • Chest pain
  • Rapid heart rate

 

Behavioural symptoms Behavioural symptoms are persistent or repetitive behaviours that are unusual, disruptive, inappropriate, or cause problems.

Some behavioural symptoms are:

  • Eating too much, or eating too little
  • Sleeping more, or less
  • Neglecting responsibilities
  • Nervous habits (Nail biting, Pacing)

 

Stress can be caused by internal cause and external cause.

Internal causes:

  • Pessimism
  • Inability to accept the situations
  • Rigid thinking
  • Lack of flexibility
  • Negative self-talk
  • Unrealistic expectations

External causes:

  • Major life changes
  • Work or school problems
  • Relationship difficulties
  • Financial problems
  • Being too busy
  • Children and family problem
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Stress causes are different for each person.

What is stressful for you?

Stress at work:

Generally, people, who just start their career and people who are high up the hierarchy face a lot stress at work. This stress may give positive results, but if they continue to feel stressed, it will lead to many health problems as well.

Job loss and unemployment stress:

During this Corona pandemic, many people have lost their job. Some of the people lost their lives because they were unable to manage stress. In 2019, more than 5 Lakhs people committed suicide because of unemployment.

Financial stress:

Financial stress is the worry, fear, and anxiety about one’s finances. Sometimes, it can even give rise to physical symptoms like insomnia, headache, fatigue, and more. Many people face financial problems because of escalating debt, unexpected expenses, gambling, etc.

Caregiver stress:

Caregiver stress is a condition characterized by physical, mental, and emotional exhaustion. It typically results from a person neglecting their own physical and emotional health because they focused on caring for others, who are ill, disabled loved ones, or injured.

Grief and loss:

Grief is a natural response to loss; you feel it when someone or something you love is taken away. Normally, these stresses are short-term. If it continues for the long-term, then a person’s health may get adversely affected.

How much stress is too much?

Many factors influence stress tolerance level

Your support network:

If you have good moral support from your family and friends, then you may not feel heavily stressed. You will be able to easily dominate stress.

Your sense of control:

If you have a strong mind, no stress can bother you. If you are prepared for unexpected changes in your life, then you rule over stress.

Your knowledge:

Knowledge is something that you get from reading and experiences. Knowledge makes a man perfect. Knowledge can play a prominent role in reducing stressful situations.

Your ability to deal with emotions:

In Bhagavad-Gita Lord Shri Krishna has said, “Even if we can’t control our emotions, we can control the attention we give to emotions”. First, we should try to control our emotions. We are humans, and it is difficult to control our emotions, but we can control the attention given to it. No matter the situation, never let your emotions overpower your intelligence. Learn to master your emotions.

Improve your ability to handle stress:

Get moving:

Life is a long journey. Don’t stop or get stuck at a place for a long time. Keep moving to avoid stressful situations.https://medium.com/@enlivened_candy_porpoise_415/finding-truth-8-7cc9d38492cc

Connect to others:

Try to connect with your family and loved once as much as possible. Don’t let them go out of your life. They form a big part of your support system during stressful times.

Engage your senses:

More you engage with your senses, the more you win the world. Senseless man can’t even win himself.

Learn to relax:

Relaxation is a thing that everyone must need. Relax your mind with meditation and yoga every day. Relax your mind by spending time with your loved ones, pets, and games.

Eat healthy foods:

Food you take can control your entire body. Eat more of Satvika foods, eat less Rajasika foods, and avoid Tamasika foods. https://medium.com/@enlivened_candy_porpoise_415/finding-truth-9-548ec8849e40

Get rest:

Your body and mind need rest. Sleep at least 6 hours a day. Your activeness depends on your sleep. Don’t sleep more, then you become lazy. Regularly sleeping less than 6 hours a day, increases one’s chances of dying during the next 25 years by 12%.

Conclusion:

Stress is not a problem at all. It depends on how we react to it. Taking stress is good, but too much is too bad. Change your lifestyle if you are feeling bad about your life. Change your way of looking at your life.https://fitvishwa.com/do-you-know-that-millets-play-a-good-role-in-controlling-diabetes-and-reducing-weight/

Bye, bye for now. Stay fit and stay healthy.    

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23 thoughts on “STRESS CAN HELP YOU RISE.”

  1. Must share article, now days stress is controlling people which should not be. Many people facing depression and fighting with their own devil inside however in majority of cases stress wins.

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