Symptoms, Causes of Stress and Release it with Stress Management

symptoms of stress | causes of Stress | Release stress with stress management

Nowadays, stress is an ordinary part of human life. Everybody in this world is suffering from stress, which could be of any kind. For example, Kid’s has the stress to complete homework, tests or exams, working people have the stress to complete their targeted jobs, a businessman has the stress of up & down in share market. If you don’t handle your stress, it will hamper your personal life, professional life, and health too.  Stress may decrease your performance and ability to do work.

Symptoms of Stress

In symptoms of stress, you may

(a) Suffer from sleeplessness

(b) Have a frequent headache

(c) Have muscle pain

(d) Have Heart problem

(e) Feel rise in stomach problems

(f) Have sadness in mood

(g) Have a lack of energy

(h) Have angriness in mood

(i) Avoid socializing

(j) Have an effect on sexual life

(k) Lose weight or gain weight

(j) Have skin problems

Causes of Stress

Everybody has different causes of stress. It may include

(a) The intense workload at the office

(b) No job satisfaction

(c) Termination from job

(d) No increase in salary

(e) No promotion

(f) Financial obligations get high

(g) Students Exams

(h) Suffer from any chronic disease

(i) Kids health and study

(j) Sexual harassment

How to Release Your Stress?

Whenever you have the symptoms of having stress, you need to become active to release stress rather than inactive. You can release your stress by using different stress management strategies, like

(a) Taking plenty of sleep

(b) Having a healthy and balanced diet

(c) Doing yoga or meditation

(d) Spending ample time with your family and friends

(e) Going for an outing with family

(f) Playing with kids

(g) Getting relax by listening to light music

(h) Reading books

(i) Doing physical workout

(j) Enjoy your hobby

Avoid Inactive Ways to Release Stress

Don’t choose the inactive ways to release stress. You need to avoid

(a) Drinking alcohol

(b) Smoking

(c) More intake of caffeine

(d) Use of tobacco

(e) Use of any drugs

(f) Internet surfing

(g) Playing video games

(h) Watching television for a long time