Updated: Mar 25
Disclaimer: This is not medical advice.
Most people would think that being stressed would cause mental problems, but the truth is, stress has many beneficial effects on our bodies and minds. Most often, when we are stressed, we feel anxious or depressed. With anxiety, we may start feeling sick to our stomach or experience more frequent headaches. With depression, we may start having troubles sleeping or experiencing less concentration. Both of these mental disorders are common to people who are stressed, but stress is sort of like the body sending a distress signal: "charge up!"
The best way to charge up is literally to stop thinking, Thinking is the mechanism which produces stress, so we have to become more aware of the experience of the present moment and step out of our mind. If you feel stressed, it means you have overlooked the potential for delight in this little moment. Pull your attention out of the mind which wants to pull you into the future, and become relaxed in the here-now.
A turbulent mind can lead to physical symptoms. Many people who experience stress may experience skin problems such as rashes, pimples and dryness. Being dry or ragged skin can lead to itching, but it can also cause other health problems. If the problems occur frequently, it can cause psoriasis and acne, both of which can be a serious health problem. If the problems occur while the person is asleep, it can lead to sleepless nights. If the problems persist or are extreme, it can lead to sleeplessness, anxiety, panic attacks and heart problems.
Many people who experience stress feel bloated or distended chests. Being overfilled chests are a sign of someone who is emotionally upset and it can lead to heart problems. Being bloated and distended chests is a sign of stress. It can be cured by a natural cure such as taking vitamins, or by undergoing acupuncture. Another natural cure for this problem is yoga.
Many people who experience stress develop constipation. This condition can lead to heart problems and is a sign of stress. To cure this problem, many people who are stressed undergo opioid therapy. This therapy involves the use of opioid drugs such as codeine, heroin and even morphine to induce constipation. It is commonly used to induce sleep for those who are stressed.
Many people who experience stress develop diarrhea, which can lead to dehydration. Being dehydrated leads to weakness, fatigue and exhaustion. Being dehydrated and exhausted leads to a host of problems ranging from colds to high blood pressure and even heart problems. Many people who have experienced stress use electrolyte supplements to prevent or cure from dehydration.
Many people who experience stress develop an overactive mind. Being overactive usually leads to irritability, muscle tension, fatigue and even anxiety. To prevent or cure this problem, many people who are stressed will undergo deep breathing or mediation. The mind needs to be given time to rest to enable it to recover and be able to deal with problems.
Many people who experience stress develop exhaustion, which can lead to muscle breakdown, weakness and even hallucinations. Being made to undergo this problem often leads to suicide and is a sign of stress. There are a number of natural cures for this problem.
Many people who experience stress develop diabetes. Being made to suffer from diabetes is a huge problem for them. As a result, many people who are stressed will undergo diabetes therapy. As a result of this therapy, a person who is stressed will improve his or her rate of fasting and eat normally.
Many people who experience stress develop chronic illness. Being chronically ill is a huge problem for them. To prevent or cure this problem, many people who are stressed will undergo surgery, chemotherapy, radiation therapy and other treatments.
Many people who experience stress develop chronic hunger. Being chronically hungry is a huge problem for them. To prevent or cure this problem, many people who are stressed will undergo certain diets.
Stress is a huge problem for a huge number of people. The remedy for it is very simple. Take a deep breath and relax. This remedy is easy to do and very effective. Everyone who is stressed can do it even when in a difficult situation. It’s easy to implement and very effective. And that’s why this problem is being ignored. As stated earlier, there are several remedies for this problem. However, nothing as simple and natural as meditation.