It can affect human physical well-being and the worst cause is mental sickness. Human body automatically react when they is experiencing stress. Stress becomes negative when people experiencing continues challenging without have enough time to get rest and relaxes. It is dangerous when stress start to interfere the ability of a person to live a normal life for a long time period, people who is experiencing this might feel fatigue, unable to control anger and cannot focused on his or her
Nordqvist (2015) in his article “What is stress? How to deal with stress” stated that stressing over something could harm our physical and mental health. Starting from Hypertension and Headache to Anxiety and Depression. However, in the article “Eustress vs. Distress” Scott (2014) proved that when we react to it the right way, we will get motivated to seek and achieve our
First is the effect to body. Stress can contribute bad health and diseases. The stress is cause of many diseases such as heart disease, High blood pressure, Obesity and Stomach Ulcer. And it can make bad health such as headache, faint and tired. If patient must be finds too much stress, it can affect to people think about suicide.
It is very good since you can learn how to manage your time correctly and most of the challenge if there are no stress on it there will be totally bored. However as I mentioned above there were more harm than its benefits. It can totally disturbed your emotion, physical and mental. According to University of Sydney (2011), stress not only can make harm for those who are having it but it also can make people surrounding him/her be harmed since we cannot predict their emotion correctly. Stress on physical is more concerned on the health.
ABSTRACT May lives are ruined by mishandling stress thus Stress is simply a reaction to a stimulus that disturbs our physical or mental equilibrium. In other words, it's an ever-present part of life. A stressful event can trigger the “fight-or-flight” response, causing hormones such as adrenaline and cortisol to surge through the body. Stress plays a vast role in different types of people. It affects their way of living sometimes it leads to a series of serious problems such as depression, anxiety and poor anger management.
On the other hand a lot of stress can backfire completely and can be a horrible thing for you. Too much stress can even cause health problems for you. According to Mayo Clinic stress can affect your physical health as well as your mental health. For physical health it can cause head and stomach aches, sleep problems, chest pain and even a change in your se drive. Stress can also affect your behavior, it can cause your to have anger outburst, social withdrawal and might even cause you to turn to drugs and alcohol.
Stress, it is among the common thing every individual face in their daily lives. All human go through it and experience it every day. But, the question is, what exactly is stress? Stress is often described as a feeling of being overloaded, wound up tight, tense and worried (Australian psychological society,2012). Many of us are used to of facing stress in the daily life.
LIFE AFTER STRESS What is stress and why is it such a problem in today’s world? According to the Irish Heart Foundation  Stress can mean different things to different people. Stress is often defined as a mismatch between the demands placed on us and our ability to cope with these demands. The way we cope with these demands will depend on the way we think, our personality and our previous life experiences. We live in a time where our environment has become so toxic and stressful; it’s hard to escape the pressure placed upon us.
It has been accepted that stress has two opposite types of effects on individuals. These are positive and negative. When stress is accepted at a level, it helps to improve the individual’s performance whiles too much of it can lead to poor performance Stevenson and Harper (2006). Manshor et al (2003)3 in their studies revealed that, risks associated with work-related diseases and accidents have increased as a result of occupational stress in both developed and developing countries that have experienced growth in
Stress is part of the job, more or so, of life. There is no denying that the world we are living in now is filled with stress. People are stuck inside vehicles for hours because of the terrible traffic, the streets are becoming more and more perilous as blood continues to shed in the non-ending war on drugs, jobs demand workers too much of their time and effort, the police does not keep the nation feel safe anymore, and these are just some of the everyday stress the Filipino people are encountering. When people hear the word “stress” most of us think it’s bad for the health. But short term stress or the “fight-or-flight” response may be beneficial for us, Low-level stressors stimulate the production of brain chemicals called neurotrophins, and strengthen the