Stress – Tension - Anxiety
Almost everyone suffers from stress and what is important is how we learn to cope with it. Your reaction to stress factors, whether positive or negative will determine the state your body and mind will be in when dealing with stress.
When we pile on optional stresses bit by bit and taking on extra trains, it can have tragic results. Most of us are capable of bearing theses added responsibilities for a limited period of time but their unconsidered continuation is dangerous. Too much stress is deadly. It can affect almost every organ of the body.
Systems that are affected by Stress:
• Mind system – can’t think straight, problems with recall and concentration
• Disposal system – Stomach pain and ulcers
• Circulatory system – High blood pressure
• Immune system – More susceptible to infections
One of the most important things you can do for your body and mind is to invest in a stress management programme.