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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 What is Stress... Causes of Stress PersonalProblems Social and Job Issues Post-Traumatic Stress Your health, especially if you have a chronic illness such as heart disease, diabetes, or arthritis Emotional problems, anger you can't express, depression, grief, guilt, or low self-esteem Your relationships, having problems with your relationships or feeling a lack of friendships or support in your life Major life changes, dealing with the death of a parent or spouse, losing your job, getting married, or moving to a new city Stress in your family, such as having a child, teen, or other family member who is under stress, or being a caregiver to a family member who is elderly or who has health problems Conflicts with your beliefs and values. For example, you may value family life, but you may not be able to spend as much time with your family as you want. You may need help dealingwith stress if youhave faced alife-threatening or traumatic event. These events can causeacute stressdisorder or post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Your surroundings. Living in an area where overcrowding, crime, pollution, or noise is a problem can create chronic stress. Your social situation. Not having enough money to cover your expenses, feeling lonely, or facing discrimination can add stress to your life. Your job. Being unhappy with your work or finding your job too demanding can lead to chronic stress. Unemployment Managing Stress Positive self talk Emergency stress stoppers Daily relaxation Stress Avoid Stressful Situations Stress, an inevitable part of everyday life, meaning it happens to each of us with different things Adapt to the Stressor Alter the Situation affecting us. Stress affects us in some ways which can lead to quick changes throughout the our body. It can even be a life or death situation, depending on the kind of stress. Stress is a physical response to events that make you feel threatened according to HELP GUIDE. It affects the mind, body and behavior. The way it can lead to serious mental & physical health problems, according to Mayo Clinic unchecked stress can contribute to high blood pressure, heart disease, obesity & diabetes.
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