Stress Causes, Stress Symptoms and Stress Relief or Stress Management

Stress is a complex concept that has two mental and physiological components. Although most forms of psychological stress, trigger a cascade of physiological changes. These include changes in immune function, suggesting a link between stress and the immune system.

Stress-related cases have increased dramatically over the past two decades. Psychiatrists believe that the growth was about a thousand times in the last ten years. Medically, stress is defined disorder in the internal balance of the body. common indexes of stress are changes in physiological parameters as heart rate and blood pressure , behavioral effects, such as anxiety, fear and tension and biochemical parameters such as adrenaline and adrenal steroids.

Stress can cause palpitations, myocardial infarction, migraine and tension, eating disorders, ulcers, irritable bowel syndrome, colitis, diabetes, back pain, chronic fatigue syndrome, dermatitis, allergies, colds and coughs , asthma, insomnia, stuttering, phobias, depression, premature aging and others.

Stress Symptoms  

 Stress symptoms  can be insomnia, loss of mental concentration, absenteeism at work, depression, anger and extreme frustration, physical illness, headaches, back problems, stomach problems, migraines, such as disease heart, anxiety, substance abuse and family conflict.

Causes of Stress

Today, practically everyone has to deal with stress to a certain extent. All they need to cope with the frightening specter of a wild lifestyle, which now includes the punishment, the relentless drive, the collapse of relations, competition at breakneck speed, the fight against age and illness and desire to be younger and more glamorous.

But when our mental capacities are still too high, the lubricating  value in mind becomes excessive, and begins to break down  the metabolizing or the agni or digestive fire. This is similar to the effect of moisture digestion too – it can shut down the digestive fire or agni. When this happens, toxins start to emerge.  Toxins accumulates in the spaces and channels in the brain, and mixes with the fluids generated in our mind, creating a harmful type of cortisol, an indicator of stress. Then the anxiety attacks and other signs of stress as well.

Stress Relief or  Stress Management

Brahmi, shankapushpi  and  guduchi  reduce the generalized anxiety, stress, calm, while raising awareness and prevention of mental stress from mounting.

Ashwagandha or winter cherry improves the overall capacity of the mind to combat stress, as it allows overall mental functioning. Jatamansi and greater galangal is more grass, clear channels. They keep our mind and body free of toxins and blockages. Ashwagandha or winter cherry is a strong, naturally purifying herbs, but in combination with jatamansi and greater galangal, he becomes a free agent highly effective channels for better agni or digestive fire, and reducing toxins.

Because stress reduces the body’s immunity, a nutritious diet is very beneficial in the fight against this impoverishment. After the proper diet to cope with stress is also very important.

Avoid coffee and all other beverages containing caffeine, because high doses of caffeine containing substances that cause nervousness, restlessness, anxiety and insomnia. Whenever possible, try to avoid alcoholic beverages and soft drinks, and. animal foods rich in protein should also be minimized to increase levels of dopamine and norepinephrine in the brain that are associated with higher levels of anxiety and stress. Eat plenty of fresh vegetables, fruits and fruit juices. Avoid white flour and sugar, and all frozen food, canned goods and spare. Include whole grains – that promote the production of serotonin, a neurotransmitter in the brain, which induces a greater sense of wellbeing.

In addition to the above treatments, yoga, meditation and breathing exercises to manage stress. Some gestures called “mudras” are also useful. Positive thinking, clean, clean environment and maintain harmony at all levels is essential to get rid of stress permanently.

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