The Negative Effects Of Stress In The Filipinos

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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 connections between neurons in the brain. In fact, this may be the primary mechanism by which exercise (a physical stressor) helps boost productivity and concentration. But when stress stays longer than actually needed it becomes disadvantageous. Stress is already tagged as the “silent killer” or sometimes “the killer that has no face” as it stems from many negative circumstances that can cause the body to weaken when it doesn’t get the appropriate attention it should have especially when it is already building up. When stress is taken for granted it could lead to affecting the overall health and well-being of a person hindering him to interact with the world and do his best.
The problem with stress is that the solution

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