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Chronic stress is a prolonged and constant feeling of stress that can negatively affect your health if it goes untreated. It can be caused by the everyday pressures of family and work or by traumatic situations.
Chronic stress occurs when the body experiences stressors with such frequency or intensity that the autonomic nervous system does not have an adequate chance to activate the relaxation response on a regular basis. This means that the body remains in a constant state of physiological arousal.
This affects virtually every system in the body, either directly or indirectly. People were built to handle acute stress, which is short-lived, but not chronic stress, which is steady over a long period of time. In order to begin managing chronic stress, it is important to understand what it is, what may be causing it, and how it affects the entire body.
Chronic stress affects both the mind and body. It produces both physical and psychological symptoms that can take a toll on a person’s ability to function normally in their daily life.
These symptoms can vary in severity from one person to the next. Some of the most common signs of chronic stress include:
- Aches and pains
- Decreased energy
- Difficulty sleeping
- Disorganized thinking
- Feeling a loss of control
- Feelings of helplessness
- Frequent illnesses and infections
- Gastrointestinal complaints
- Muscle tension
- Nervousness and anxiety
- Trouble concentrating
- Upset stomach
- Chasing money
- Death of loved ones
- Trauma in early life
- Physiological Problems
- Stress due to natural disaster
- Stress in a personal relationship, marriage
Types of Chronic Stress
Sources of chronic stress can vary, but often fall into one of four different types:
- Emotional stress (difficult emotions such as anger, sadness, or frustration)
- Environmental stress (where you live and work)
- Relationship stress (how you relate to friends, family, co-workers, partners)
- Work stress (challenges and pressures related to your job)
If not treated properly, Stress may cause
- Mental disorders