Stress Consequnces


Stress is the cause of more than 60% of physician visits. It affects a wide audience, regardless of age and social status. Stress becomes worrisome when it persists because it can become a health hazard. Here is how it affects different parts of your body.

Head
mood swings, anger, depression, irritability, sadness and lack of energy, lack of appetite, difficulty concentrating, sleep problems, headaches and pain, mental health problems such as anxiety and crisis panic

Skin

skin problems such as acne.

Joint and muscles

Aches, tension and decreased bone density

Heart

elevated blood pressure, elevated heart rate, increased cholesterol and cases of heart attacks.

Stomach

Stomach cramps, reflux, nausea and weight fluctuations

Pancreas

Diabetes

Intestines
Digestive problems like irritable bowel syndrome, diarrhea and constipation


Reproductive system

Reduced libido, decreased sperm production, and increased pain during menstrual periods (in women)

Immune system

Reduced ability to fight and recover from illness




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