DEAR STRESS, LET’S BREAK UP!

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If you want to get treated for any disease you must know it first then only you will you be able to get appropriate treatment. Same situation with stress. Stress is a body’s method of reacting to a challenge. Stress is the normal part of life.

 As we have to fulfill so many responsibilities all day, stress makes us complete all our tasks on time, this is called Eustress which is also called as positive stress.

The one which troubles you and reduces your efficiency and brings many other negative effects is distress. Chronic stress disrupts nearly every system in your body. It can shut down your immune system, upset your digestive and reproductive systems, raise blood pressure, increase the risk of heart attack and stroke, speed up the aging process and leave you vulnerable to many mental and physical health problems.

So to deal with the stress try to understand it first.

Factors which play role is experiencing stress are,

Expectations–  We have so many expectations from our life and for that we set unrealistic targets for our self. This pressure keeps on increasing when we are not able to meet that target.

It’s better for you that do not burden yourself with unrealistic targets, understand your efficiency and set your targets and keep on setting higher target with your achievements.

Perception-The way you see the problem. Whether it is really a problem or just a situation. If you see it as a situation then it is easier for you to handle it but if you take it as a problem then your brain takes it the other way.  So try to take it as a situation as much as possible, this thought does not pressurize your brain and increase the efficiency of dealing with it.

Attitude– Your attitude plays the most important role in dealing with any situation, positive attitude leads to divergent thinking and an easy solution. Develop interest in yourself and remember that you are responsible for yourself and no one else.

Lifestyle and health issues– You might have already heard that “Healthy mind lives in Healthy body”,  our lifestyle affects the way we experience the stress. Try to keep it as balanced as possible so that you face fewer issues to deal with. You are the best judge for yourself.

Managing strategies–  So even after doing everything you still feel stress than you got to work to manage it by understanding its cause, segregate the stressor into small parts and work on the solution. Try to achieve solution one by one and never be in hurry to resolve the issue. Before working on any solution first take a deep breath because a relaxed mind can think more wisely.

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4 Comments

  1. Stress (and the way we handle it) is a major ROOT CAUSE of many SYMPTOMATIC DISEASES. People like to believe disease is based on a 1:1 tangible cause. (ex. exposure to virus causing viral infection) This is far from reality. 10 people exposed to the same virus will NOT result in 10 viral illnesses. Stress weakens immune function in various ways. Elevated cortisol levels (in response to stress) is just one. Great article.

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