Stress Overload E-book


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Table Of Contents


Chapter 1: Stress Overload Basics

Chapter 2: Understand How You Respond To Stress

Chapter 3: Cognitive Signs And Symptoms Of Stress

Chapter 4: Physical Signs And Symptoms Of Stress

Chapter 5: How Much Is Too Much

Chapter 6: Effects Of Chronic Stress On The Brain

Chapter 7: Effects Of Chronic Stress On The Body

Chapter 8: Effects Of Chronic Stress On Relationships

Chapter 9: Learn How To Relax

Chapter 10: The Benefits Of Not Getting Into The Stress Cycle For Your Health

Wrapping Up

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Stress is defined as our body’s way of responding to challenges. Also, it is generally perceived as a negative condition but in real context, it only becomes negative when we take things negatively. It is only a state of mind that can be affected by outside forces, which in effect can influence both physical and mental well-being. There are many indications of stress overload. To highlight some, below is the list. Get all the info you need here.

Stress Overload

Stress Symptoms, Signs And Outcomes

Chapter 1: Stress Overload Basics


Stress is reflected as part of our daily lives. It is common for us to feel stress when something bad happens or when we are given challenges that we can’t handle. To name a few we have bad debts, work overload, personal and relational problems, wrong career, low income, few opportunities, sky rocketing bills, high tuition fees and more. When these things happen, we normally experience panic attacks, depression and hopelessness. The Basics

Here are the most common signs and symptom of stress that you should not ignore if you want to live a peaceful and happier life.

1. Excessive anxiousness. Physical signs include irritability, poor sleeping habits, short breathing, trembling, dizziness, palpitation, muscle tension and slow mental functioning. It occurs when neurotransmitters, a chemical found in the brain is decreased. Anxiety can be reduced by taking antidepressants in order to supply the brain with a chemical deficit. To be able to control anxiety, combine exercise in your routine and you will notice the difference when your mind and body are relaxed and refreshed.

2. Prolonged depression. Stress can possibly lead to depression which causes restlessness, tremendous weight loss, sadness, fatigue, irritability and poor sex drive. Some people have tendencies to commit suicide when depressed. In order to deal with it, meditation combined with medications can alleviate depression.


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