The impact of stress
Ways to Manage Stress
Stress is a feeling of emotional and physical tension. It's your body's reaction towards a challenge or a demand. These emotional symptoms can include becoming agitated, frustrated, sad, or moody.
Stress causes us to feel overwhelmed and find it difficult to relax. When we stress, our body is stimulated to produce stress hormones which can trigger a flight or fight response and activate our immune system.
There are few ways to relieve stress, such as; music, mindfulness, and laugh because laughter is the best medicine.
Another way to manage stress is to socialize, share quality time with family and friends, exercise, practice relaxation, and very importantly take three deep breaths in and exhale slowly through your mouth. Practicing these actions will have substantial benefits to fight stress.
Stress can have a negative impact and interfere with your life. Stress is a mental strain state; it produces worries or emotional tension, and it may develop other diseases.
Modern life has many demands affecting our mental and emotional state.
Stress causes blood pressure to rise, and if not treated, it can cause severe deterioration to your health.
Stress can happen from an incident in life or start without any apparent motive by keeping its roots hidden from you. On some level, stress does affect everybody impacting your life, body, and mind.
Together with psychotherapy, clinical hypnotherapy can offer relief over the stress symptoms by having greater control over a situation. You will feel better and live longer! Your immune system will be stronger, and you will make better decisions with a clearer mind.
The medical profession recognizes clinical hypnotherapy. In 1955 the British Medical Association approved hypnotherapy as a valuable tool.
In 1962 the American Psychiatric Association also recognized hypnotherapy to treat many psychological problems. Hypnosis and psychotherapy can help you to change your response to stress.