We all experience stress daily; every event that happens in our life puts stress on our body. There are good or bad form of stress, but too much of these may be the main reason for many of our ailments. When may be overstressed and not even know it. That is why you should know that there are many symptoms that indicate that our body is overstressed.
- YOU FEEL DIFFERENT PAINS.
Under high stress levels, your body will start to experience pain, such as stomach issues, diarrhea, ulcers, tense muscles, chest pains, palpitations, headaches. Do not ignore the symptoms. Acceptance is the first step to deal with stress management.
- YOU EXPERIENCE SLEEPING PROBLEMS.
Both sleeping too much from exhaustion or insomnia are sleeping problems that have to be taken into consideration. Meditation, exercise and a healthy balance diet help with sleep issues.
- CHANGE IN APPETITE.
Any change in appetite is a reflection of our emotional and physical bodies and how we are being affected. You may experience gaining weight or losing weight quickly. When we are overstressed, cells do not get enough oxygen.
- YOU CONSTANTLY THINK ABOUT YOUR PROBLEMS.
If you can’t stop thinking at work, finances, and other challenges for a while to find balance, stress has a hold of your life. You cannot find a solution until you detach from the problem.
- YOU CAN’T SIT STILL.
You are certainly overstressed if you can’t sit in contemplation, just be with your own thoughts or read a book it’s time to address what’s causing you to avoid being still. It’s time you get help with managing your anxiety and fears.
- YOU ARE NOT PATIENT WITH OTHERS.
If you stopped being tolerant with others, it also means that you are being under tremendous stress. Maybe is time to accept that you are vulnerable and ask for help.
- YOU EXPERIENCE MOOD SWINGS.
It is a sign that stress hormones are affected if you think you are happy and then immediately start crying or enraged. Offer yourself time to find out what’s truly causing you to behave this way.
- YOUR LIBIDO DECREASED.
When the stress levels increase, the stress hormone secretions responsible for sexual response get affected. Stress causes exhaustion and the inability to experience any kind of intimacy. If you are experiencing a decrease or loss in your libido, it may be time to try stress management and other relaxation techniques.
- YOU LOSE MUCH HAIR.
If you are experiencing a change in hair loss by the masses, it’s time you take a look at what’s emotionally causing these physical changes.