A few small changes can bring the energy your body needs to fight against the symptoms of bad stress.
Submit his body to excessive stress dose can be devastating. It may cause an increase in breathing, asthma attacks and panic attacks in some people, raise blood pressure and cholesterol levels in the blood, lower libido, increase the risk of type 2 diabetes, cause irregular periods, stiff neck muscles and cause headaches and finally cause nausea and ulcers. So many good consequences that motivate to try to fight against this scourge.
Basically, the human body is programmed to switch to "alert mode" to protect against external attacks, says the site Medical Daily. When you hear a dog barking, the brain produces adrenaline and cortisol, hormones that accelerate the heart beat and increase sugar levels in the blood while weakening the immune system. In the long run, this kind of reaction can only be harmful to health.
Breathe and take breaks
So if we want to help the body cope, here are some solutions:
- Avoid alcohol and drugs, which will only worsen the problem in the long run
- Favoring social ties that reduce stress levels and protect mental health
- Exercise, getting enough sleep and eating a healthy diet to help your body stay fit
- Out for a walk once a day, preferably in the morning or afternoon
- Practicing breathing exercises
- Take breaks regularly at work and, especially, screens