Stress can trigger more health problems for you

Symptoms of stress can appear differently on each person. Not only in terms of emotional symptoms of stress also can trigger a variety of health problems in the body.

You could say, stress is a part that can not be separated from life. There are a variety of stressors, ranging from body, mind, and environment around.

Body's Natural Reaction
Stress is actually the body's natural reaction in the face of certain changes or events. Stress the positive beneficial because it makes someone alert to avoid danger, but also can be negative if the stress lasts protracted.

Symptoms of stress can affect various aspects, including emotion, behavior, ability to think, even health conditions. The whole body susceptible to the effects of stress. Symptoms of stress more dangerous if people choose unhealthy ways to cope, such as utilizing alcoholism, smoking, or drugs.

Each person may experience symptoms differently. Starting from anxiety, frustration, mood change, feeling out of control, it is difficult to feel relaxed, loneliness, reduced self-esteem, feeling worthless, to depression. Symptoms of stress can also be action to withdraw from others or social environment.

In addition, please note that the level of stress felt by each person is different, depending on each individual. Some of the factors that affect such a relationship with another person, the amount of responsibility, traumatic events, the support it receives, and others.
triggering Disease
Symptoms of stress also can trigger health problems although often unnoticed. Here are some types of diseases associated with stress:

    muscles tense

The body that stress the muscles tighten and was able to return relaxed when the stress subsides. It is the body's natural way to protect yourself from pain and injury. Stress that occurs continually and in the long term can lead to illnesses such as headaches and migraines caused by tension in the muscles around the head, neck and shoulders.

    Hair loss

Symptoms of stress can increase the speed to more hair loss than normal. When the normal condition of hair loss around 100 strands per day, in times of stress loss can reach half or three-quarters of the total hair. Hair loss will appear several weeks or even months after the stress appears and improved 6-8 months thereafter.

    Skin disease

Symptoms of stress are known to aggravate sensitive skin and skin disorders are already there. For example, acne, psoriasis, rosacea and others.


The more severe symptoms of perceived stress, research shows the more often the possibility of someone being forgetful. In fact, stress that only happens a few times, can affect communication between brain cells and memory to store information.

     Respiratory disorders

Stress can make it difficult to breathe, this condition is very dangerous for people with asthma or lung disorders. Conversely, stress can also make breathing heavily, in people who are prone to panic attacks.

    Eating disorders and digestive

Changes in eating patterns occur in some people who feel stress, some choose to consume more food than usual. Instead, there were choosing to eat less. It can trigger discomfort in the stomach, and even vomiting. In addition, stress can affect digestion and absorption of nutrients in the body, which can cause diarrhea or constipation.

    Heart disease and high blood pressure

Stress happens in the short term, such as congestion or before the deadline of a job, will increase your heart rate and contraction of the heart muscle becomes stronger. If the stress is continuous, it is likely to increase the risk of high blood pressure, stroke, or heart attack.
It is inevitable, stress is part of life. It's just important to recognize the symptoms of stress in order to prevent the effects of excessive stress and manage stress better. Consult a psychologist to treat symptoms of perceived stress.