Stress In Mental Health

1050 Words5 Pages
Poor mental health may have been caused by stress. In this study, it will discuss the factors that contributes to the stress of a person and how does they respond to it. There are a lot of ways on how a person may relieve their stress and also has advantages for their mental performance. Stress Stress is a result of the discrepancy between the distinguished demands and a person’s distinguished capability to cope rather than the concrete demands and the concrete ability to cope. There may be a factual disparity between demands and ability but if this is not recognized by a person, they do not encounter stress. According to Garry L. Martin and J. Grayson Osborne students easily got stressed for what they are experiencing and the major source…show more content…
In accord to Wayne Weiten (1998) Mental health affects the daily living of a person. Being stressed triggers your emotion to be extreme. Sometimes you feel irritated or being easily mad. You can’t control your own emotion that will lead to psychological problem. You can’t think well. You might get out of control. You can’t think positive. That will tend to a negative social well-being. You will become aloof with your community or can be easily irritated and be out of the mood. According to study, most women that are stress-related problems may suffer from mental disorders such as excessive anxiety, obsessions and…show more content…
(2013) pinpoints the key idea about nutrition being one of the major factor to a better mental health. Changes with a person’s diet won’t be enough and would never be a good alternative to treatments for everyone. If you encounter unusual effects with regards to your mental performance, a consultation to a professional would be the best recommendation. In addition to this idea, Philip G. Zimbardo and Richard J. Gerrig (1999) stated that eating nutritious food and having a regular exercise would be helpful to maintain the ideal weight but they should also be mindful about the food they eat. Like what Ross M.D. (2013) have also indicated on their page, there are foods that might help to lessen depression, anxiety and other mental health problems. Food rich in omega-3 is a good addition of essential fatty acid needed by the brain for it is dominantly made up of fats. Complex carbohydrates such as rice and root crops would be helpful to make a person feel full for a long period because it takes some time to breakdown the glucose it contains and that gives enough source of energy for the brain. These carbohydrates also assists the entry of an amino acid called tryptophan that eliminates the symptoms of the aforementioned mental health disorders. Lastly are the fermented foods with active cultures which carry probiotics and according to other studies this bacteria eliminates anxiety and stress hormones. As inferred from the statements above, there are the so called
Open Document