With the science and medicine that we have these days, we are able to see how much chaos can be caused in our body from stress, therefore leading to numerous issues and serious diseases to our mind and body.
Stress is weakening our immune system, it is also accelerating our aging process, increases the risk of Parkinson’s disease and makes us prone to colds and many different types of viruses.
The symptoms of the stress are still unknown, therefore it cannot be noticed right away, which means it can lead to eve greater damage to our overall health.
As soon as our body senses the stress it reacts in different ways, and here is how:
- Our main organs stomach and colon are slowly giving up.
- Our body is in need of more blood, and it gets that blood from our stomach and our colon.
- Therefore, food remains there and it slowly rots in our colon.
- And in the colon 90% of the diseases are fought by the immune system.
- And when we are in lack of blood, our organs are getting older a lot faster.
You need to know the earliest signs and symptoms if you are over-stressed, therefore you will be able to act on time and you can start a proper treatment that can provide a lot of benefits for you:
1. Hair Loss
The founder of the Chicago Cosmetic Surgery and Dermatology, also a medical doctor, Carolyn Jacob reported that hair changes are one of the first signs that you are over-stressed.
According to studies, 100 hairs are lost every day, it happens to every healthy and normal person, but since the stress is changing the normal physiologic functions, the loss of hair is elevated.
2. Constantly Feeling Anxious
Feeling anxious or restless all the time, can also be caused if you are over-stressed, and this scenario will get even worse if you don’t find anything that can relax you.
The sleeping pattern can easily change, and the stress can be the main cause for it. So, if you are dealing with insomnia and you cannot sleep, you must calm yourself down before going to bed, because that is the only way to protect yourself from many health issues and diseases.
If you are constantly stressed out, then you might get easily irritated, angry or even start to lose your temper and start being impatient as well.
5. Physical Pain
Stress can be the reason for many body malfunctions and can cause palpitation, diarrhea, tense muscles, ulcers, chest pain or even stomach problems. Also stress can be the main cause for the pain in your body, for the headaches you are having and sometimes the severe arthritis as well.
6. Weight Gain
Sometimes stress can make your weight to variate, it can make you lose your appetite and from there lose weight, or slow your metabolism and make you gain a lot of weight.
7. Thinking about work even at home
You are constantly occupied with your work if you are under stress, also you are occupied with obligations and finances. Even after work, when you are at home and when you should relax, you are thinking about it.
8. Low Libido
The number of the hormones that are meant for sexual activity are reduced by stress, therefore leading to exhaustion, impotence and low libido.
9. You Get Moody
Because the stress is affecting your hormone levels, it is also affecting your mood and from there causing some complications, such as mental health problems, obsessive-compulsive disorder, anxiety and addictions.