Stress

As defined by William C. Shiel Jr., MD, FACP, FACR, “in medical or biological context stress is a physical, mental, or emotional factor that causes bodily or mental tension. Stresses can be external (from the environment, psychological, or social situations) or internal (illness, or from a medical procedure). Stress can initiate the “fight or flight” response in individuals.”

Recognizing stress can be the first step towards effective handling of this tension.

Answer these questions effectively to understand your stress levels.

1.Do you usually feel mentally exhausted?
2.Do you feel any physical pains or cramps in your body?
3.Do you have difficulty in breathing before a big event?
4.Have you ever felt a panic attack?
5.Have you noticed your heart-rate fluctuating with no physical reason to justify it?
6.Do you have difficulty in sleeping before a big event?
7.Do you feel that you are unable to let go of frustration physically?
8.Do you often feel like crying/swearing/throwing things?
9.Do you indulge in any sort of substance abuse in order to reduce any discomfort?
10.Do you feel under constant pressure/tension?

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