Cause And Effect Of Stress
The study of stress has gathered momentum with many different definitions with one describing the concept of stress as the emotional and physiological responses to circumstances that are too difficult to cope with or to some and which one has no choice but to endure them.
Over the last few years, the term stress and it’s causes and effects have always had our attention.
For some long period of time stress has always been around. Have you ever wondered what causes stress and what the long-term effects are or could be? Stress is regular or natural feeling to everyone, but the word stress means different things to different people. Stress can either be a good or bad thing, just depends on the situation. Stress …show more content…
Going to school part- time and having a car payment while working part-time is stressful enough for me. But it can also be, because I work myself up to where I overstress myself out and am mentally drained. I can say that right now, I am stressed out because I went to school to get my medical assistant certification to make a little more than minimum wage and turns out that I’m only making fifty cents more which as mentioned earlier that low salary can cause stress, which in my case I am very stress. Per “Business news daily”, the 10 most stressful jobs of 2016 are enlisted military personnel, firefighter, airline pilot, police officer, event coordinator, public relations executive, senior corporate executive, and broadcaster. There are in fact other events that cause stress, like life stressors.
In the modern world, people experience stress in various forms throughout their daily lives. Life stressors can also have a big impact on people. For example, life
Diaz3 stressors are divorce, getting married, loss of a job, chronic illness, and much more states the internet. Stress in the medical world is referred to as the “silent killer”. There are two types …show more content…
First, when stressed physically or mentally it messes with your whole-body system states “The American Institute of stress”. There are numerous emotional and physical disorders that have been linked to stress including depression, anxiety, heart attacks, stroke, hypertension, immune system disturbances that increase susceptibility to infections, a host of viral linked disorders ranging from the common cold and herpes to AIDS and certain cancers, as well as autoimmune diseases like rheumatoid arthritis and multiple sclerosis. In addition, stress, can have direct effects on the skin (rashes, hives, atopic dermatitis, the gastrointestinal system (GERD, peptic ulcer, irritable bowel syndrome, ulcerative colitis) and can contribute to insomnia and degenerative neurological disorders like Parkinson’s disease. In fact, it’s hard to think of any disease in which stress cannot play an aggravating role or any part of the body that is not affected, this is all stated in the “American Institute of Stress under stress effects,
Also, here are some ways in the way the body system reacts according to the “American
Institute of Stress. The nervous system when under pressure the body suddenly shift