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STRESS

What is Stress?
The term stress has been defined as the state in which there is a demand on physical or mental energy and this is actually a condition or circumstance that disturbs the normal physical and mental health of an individual. The perturbation of the body's homeostasis can be defined as stress and the demand occurs on the mind and the body when it tries to cope with incessant changes in life. Basically stress can affect both the mind and the body, unlike depression, which only affects the mind. The problem of stress is relative in nature and in extreme stress conditions this can have a negative impact on life. In many cases stress can have a positive impact as it motivates the body and the mind to function faster and smoothly.

Causes of Stress:
The demands of relationship, mental health problems, pressure at workplaces, meeting deadlines, growing-up tensions and other related mind problems are the main causes of stress. There are different causes of stress and these include Biological factors, Psychological factors and even Social factors. The biological causes of stress include exertion on the nerve impulses in our brain and nerves along with genetic factors. This also includes physical and mental features along with the genes in the cells and hormonal imbalances in the body, which are leading to stress of various kinds, especially in women. Often menopause and the menstrual cycles have been associated with stress.

Symptoms of Stress:
Symptoms of stress include intense pressure on the mind and the body along with lack of interest in pleasure and normal activities. People with stress can suffer from sleep disturbances or oversleeping, then there are alterations in appetite and decreased energy level. Most of the people suffering from these symptoms feel helpless and thoughts of suicide are also caused due to stress and this is also associated with depression. The people suffering from stress feel low or may become very aggressive even when they are given a lot of advice by friends and relatives Feelings of lethargy, low energy and drastic mood swings indicate that the person may be suffering from stress.

Treatments for Stress:
Natural: The treatments for stress include both psychological and physical factors and hence medicines and therapy. It should be remembered that along with treatments the body and the mind also need to relax and unwind and hence in most cases doctors advise the patients to take a break from their regular routines and take a vacation. Anti depressants, which include adequate dosage, can be given to the patients who suffer from stress and depression. Some hospitals for treating stress include NIMHANS, Bangalore and Punjab mental hospital, Amritsar. But it should be remembered that stress can be treated only if the patient is willing to relax and unwind for a while as exertion can only make this problem worse. A change from the regular scenario of life would help to treat both mental and physical stress along with rejuvenating the mind and giving the body some needed rest.
A very nice advice is to go on vacation with family, prefarably where greenries and waterfalls etc. are available.

 
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