Health Issues because of Stress

Stress is normal to every aged group person and becoming part of life. It’s not disease but leads to many disease. Stress shouldn’t be avoided. Cause of stress is related to the kind of stress you're experiencing, and, especially, how you react to it.

Stress leads to Heart disease

Stress leads to heart disease. There are two ways that affects your heart:

· Chronic emotional stress, that develop atherosclerosis and  it produces coronary artery disease (CAD), stroke and peripheral artery disease.

· Periods of intense stress apparently can precipitate acute heart problems, such as heart attacks.

Stress Trigger Asthma

Stress can trigger asthma and even worsen the asthma symptoms. Worse effects when stress causes asthma are feeling of short of breath, anxious, and even panicked.

There are more chances of asthma in children whose parents are suffering from chronic stress. The children of stressed out parents had a substantially higher risk of developing asthma.

Stress leads to Obesity

Stress increases the secretion of hormone cortisol and these hormones increase the amount of fat in abdomen. Excess fat in belly can cause so many diseases and Obesity is one them.

Stress leads to Diabetes

There are two ways stress causes Diabetes:

· Stress increases the likelihood of bad behaviours, such as unhealthy eating and excessive drinking.

· Stress seems to raise the glucose levels of people with type 2 diabetes directly.

Stress trigger for Headaches:

A headache because of stress is not normal headache it may be migraine. Stress and anxiety can trigger tension headaches and migraines. The only way to get rid of this stress is regular exercise that can relieve muscle tension and help alleviate stress-related symptoms including tension headaches. Stress can be also reduced by medication, relaxation techniques and addressing musculoskeletal tension with chiropractic or physiotherapy

Depression and anxiety

Chronic stress is may be defined as higher rates of depression and anxiety.

Stress results in early death

“Study shows that elderly caregivers looking after their spouses -- people who are naturally under a great deal of stress. It found that caregivers had a 63% higher rate of death than people their age who were not caregivers.”

Stress develop by frequent arguments with partners, friends or relatives can increase the risk of death in middle-age.

4 Ways to Fight Back Against Stress -- and Improve Your Health

· Breathe deeply

Deep breathing help you get rid of stress. For healthy body everyone should daily deep breathing for stress relief.

Breathe deeply means Start with the muscles in your jaw. Breathe in and on the breath out, relax your shoulders. Move through the different areas of your body until you're feeling calm.

· Focus on the moment.

Only reasons behind stress are when you started thinking about future and past. You're worried about what to do next or regretful about something you've already done. Don’t stuck in future and past just focus on present.

· Reframe the situation.

One more is reason for stress is when you can’t deal with present situation. In that condition, reframe all from start then think about how you can solve it.

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