Stress And Anxiety Symptoms In Business And Life
Introduction To Stress And Anxiety Symptoms In Business And Life
It’s not a surprise that so many people are Googling “Stress and anxiety Symptoms” as stress and anxiety are on the rise.
In fact, a recent study found that 43% of Americans say they experience moderate to severe stress every day.
But what exactly is causing all this stress?
Well, there are many factors at play here: job uncertainty, financial concerns and even life events like having a baby or getting married can all contribute to anxiety in some way.
Then there are world issues, such gas prices, petrol prices, food prices and potential pandemics – the list is endless and can effect us in different ways.
At Join Up Dots we are focused on building you all the happiness, stress free lifestyle we can so you can be the kind of person that doesn’t feel the need to look for stress and anxiety symptoms anymore.
Coping With Stress By Being Pro-Active With Your Actions.
Stress management is the ability to control stress and cope with it in healthy ways.
For example, if you know that an upcoming presentation at work will be stressful, you can prepare yourself by practicing your speech beforehand.
You can also talk to other people about the presentation before it happens so that they can help calm any nerves or anxiety you may have about it.
Stress management techniques are important because they help prevent stress from becoming a problem for you in the first place!
It’s not just your brain that suffers when you’re under stress. Your body does too, and it can be extremely difficult to keep up with the demands of juggling work and life if you’re getting sick all the time.
To avoid this scenario, Dr. Oz recommends eating anti-inflammatory foods that help calm down things like inflammation and joint pain caused by stress. “It’s been shown that diets high in omega 3 fatty acids reduce stress,” he says on his website.
In addition to certain fish like wild salmon and tuna (which are also good sources of protein), Dr. Oz suggests incorporating these five anti-anxiety foods into your diet:
Just Some Of The Stress And Anxiety Symptoms
When stress becomes a problem in your life there is no doubt that weird things will start happening to your body that you haven’t experienced before in your life.
We get a lot of people asking whether stress can kill you as we previously elsewhere on the site,
I guess the issue with most symptoms of stress and anxiety is at the beginning when we can tackle them head on they are so subtle or internal that we just don’t notice them.
So begin by going through this list and either asking the question to yourself directly or asking your local Doctor to perform the necessary checks
You feel anxious or depressed.*
You have trouble sleeping.*
You have itching or rashes that come from nowhere.*
Your heart rate increases when you are not exercising.*
Your blood pressure rises above normal levels.*
You feel irritable or angry all the time.*
Your muscles become tense without any particular reason.*
Allergies flare up more often than usual.*
You experience headaches or back pain more frequently than they used to.
You can start crying at things that wouldn’t have effected you before.
Now The Ones That Should Be Obvious To You
As we previously said a lot of the symptoms of stress are internal so therefore quite hard to spot, so let’s tackle the more obvious ones that might be effecting you.
As you will see in the following list, if you are finding things you used to do with no effort at all, more difficult due to lack of focus or forgetting stuff then you might be falling under the control of long term stress.
The most common stress and anxiety symptoms include:
General feelings of worry, fear and nervousness
Feeling constantly tense or on edge
Inability to relax, even when you’re not busy
Trouble concentrating or remembering things
Irritability, anger or frustration
Fatigue, tiredness, lack of energy
Sleep problems (difficulty falling asleep or staying asleep)
Conclusion To Your Issues With Stress And Anxiety
So you now have a better idea of the things you should be looking out for a plan of stress management should be part of your day.
Instead of dealing with emails on the train to work, can you just close your eyes and focus on your breathing?
What about replacing the sandwich at your desk with 30 minutes walk around your local neighbourhood in the sunshine?
Little moments of escape can work wonders for stress levels.
You don’t have to pay thousands out on a three week retreat in Thailand, you just have to understand the stress you are under and tackle it head on.
It’s much easier to deal with the stressors than dealing with the actual feelings racing around your body for sure.
So don’t worry about stress in your life, it’s only your bodies way of saying “We are here to look after you”
Just dont ignore the signs when your body really wants to know that it needs some help from you in return.
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