Stress is a huge part of our lives. We all get stressed at some point in the day, whether it is when we wake up or when we go to sleep. Sometimes we just feel in the dumps and sometimes we are super stressed out. Either way, stress is a very real and very real part of our lives and it can be an issue that can lead to a lot of different problems, but let’s look at how stress impacts our bodies in a different light.
Most people don’t realize the stress they feel when they are trying to complete an activity like painting a room. Paint is a very strenuous activity. It requires a lot of energy and it also requires a lot of skill. So when someone is stressed it’s easy for that person to start to over-use their energy and effort. This over-use of effort can result in muscle cramping and cramping of the heart.
Stress also makes us more susceptible to an array of ills. For instance, stress can have an impact on our sex drive. When I start painting I usually get all excited and want to paint for hours. I can’t get going unless I start to relax and stop worrying that I might not even get anything done.
One of the biggest factors in stress is that we feel as though we have something to be stressed about. For instance, I sometimes see people who are just anxious over something and stress themselves out. This can lead to a lot of people getting stressed over nothing at all. As a result people might start to worry that nothing they do will matter. This is very disheartening to me.
You can’t really stress over nothing at all. The reason people don’t realize how much stress they’re in is that they can’t even remember things they’ve done or how they’re going to do them. This leads to a lot of anxiety. For instance, one of the things I got to constantly remember is that I did a lot of things that I never expected to do.
Although these things may not matter to you, I guarantee you that it matters to the people you love. Stress has a tangible, physical effect on you, and it can actually cause a lot of damage to your health and well being. I know because it has happened to me. My parents, for instance, have both had health issues since we were kids. Stress also effects your relationships and your home life. It can cause you to become depressed, which can lead to a host of problems.
Stress is a real thing. In fact, according to the Mayo Clinic, it can contribute to a host of health problems. When there is too much stress in your life, you can get high blood pressure, high cholesterol, high blood sugar, and asthma. This list of physical ailments is quite long, so I won’t go into details, but I will point out that stress can also lead to other problems such as high blood pressure and high blood sugar.
In the last few years I have known four clients who became stressed out after living their lives “forever.” They were all women and each had been married for a long time. Two of them suffered from high blood pressure and high cholesterol, and one had high blood sugar. All four of these women were on blood pressure or cholesterol medication at the time, and it was clear that each had become dependent on them (because they couldn’t just leave them alone) and were becoming unhappy.
The most obvious way to prevent a stressed out person from becoming a killer is to get them to take their meds. By the same token, it is the easiest thing to make them do just that. But most of us would rather just live our lives a little longer than have an extra milligram of something slip through our fingers. And after all, we don’t actually need to be sick to be stressed.
This is true of almost everyone, and it’s an easy way to deal with stress. But if you have a bad day, you might not be able to take the medication. The problem is most people don’t take the medication. And in many cases the meds dont even work because the disease causing them is simply too slow.