May 10, 2011

-~Sign Of Stress-~

What are the signs of stress? You probably already have a 
personal stress gauge and know your own symptoms of 
Stress is extremely personal, and so is your reaction 
to stressful scenarios.  That's why the signs and symptoms of 
stress tend to vary from person to person.

For instance, one of the first things that happens when the 
body undergoes stress is blood is diverted away from your 
digestive tract to your large muscles causing the stomach 
and intestines to empty their contents preparing the body for 
quick action.  The 
fight or flight syndrome.  That's why when 
some people experience stress, anxiety or nervousness; they 
also experience stomach cramps, nausea, vomiting or 

Below is a list of some of the potential symptoms or signs of 
stress that are commonly associated with the emotional 
impact of stress.

  • Anxious
  • Mind-racing
  • Chest palpitations
  • Problems concentrating
  • Anxiety
  • Easily irritated
  • Avoiding people and responsibilities
  • Focusing on negative thoughts
  • Anger issues
  • Headaches
  • Digestive problems
  • Muscle tension and pain
  • Sleep issues
  • Fatigue
  • High blood pressure
  • Weight loss or gain
  • Skins problems - breakouts, rashes, hives
  • Hair loss
  • Decreased sex drive
  • Nervous behaviors - nail biting, pacingteeth grinding

Get Pro-Active About Stress Relief

If you recognize these signs of stress and experience even three of these 
symptoms simultaneously, you are probably dealing with a great deal of stress.
All of these symptoms have the potential to harm your health and emotional 
well-being.  If you think your stress is out of your control, consult your doctor. The 
point is to be pro-active against stress.  If you do nothing to reduce or relieve the 
stress in your life, your health will most certainly suffer.  Can these signs of stress 
make you sick?  They sure can.  Can these signs of stress age you?  You know 
they can.  What triggers your signs of stress?  Again, it varies from person to 
person, but it could be one, or a combination of the stress-triggers listed below.

Top 10 Stress-Triggers
  • Finances
  • Health issues
  • Marriage - relationships
  • Career pressures
  • Parenting - family
  • Aging parents
  • Legal issues
  • Scheduling - "to-do" list
  • Education
  • Transportation
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    What causes you the most stress?

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