Why Is Stress So Dangerous to Your Body and Mind?
It’s no secret that stress stinks, but do you realize just how dangerous it actually is to your mind and body? Whether your stress is a result of sleep deprivation, high-pressure workdays, or financial instability, your emotional and physical health are taking the toll.
Physical Results of Stress
It is quite common for symptoms of stress to be confused with symptoms of other health problems like high blood pressure, obesity, diabetes, and heart disease. If you are experiencing any of the following symptoms on a regular basis, stress could very well be the culprit.
- Muscle pain and tension
- Fatigue, even after sleeping
- Diminished sex drive
- Weight gain
Emotional Results of Stress
Of course, stress doesn’t limit its impacts to your physical health. It also takes ahold of your emotional wellness and threatens to rob you of your personality. Common effects of stress on your emotions include problems like anxiety, restlessness, irritability, depression, and lack of focus.
How to Manage Stress and Improve Your Wellness – Body and Mind
Though stress is a dangerous opponent, it is not invincible. There are many different steps that you can take to prevent the social withdrawal, diminishing health, drug dependency, and angry outbursts frequently correlated with too much stress. A few simple stress management techniques include getting regular physical activity, practicing yoga, socializing with friends, and participating in your favorite hobbies.
It is also possible to combat severe and chronic stress with the help of a medical professional. Rather than simply managing disease, you can seek the support of Reveal Vitality for education and coaching that will help you understand the proper nutrition and self-care necessary to overcome your chronic stress, reverse disease, reclaim your health, and improve your quality of life.
Call (941) 217-2777 to learn more about the services offered at Reveal Vitality and make an appointment to kick stress to the curb today.
Dr. Christopher Davis has always been passionate about providing top-notch care and compassion to his clients. His achievements and training are a reflection of his pursuit of excellence in the treatment of chronic illnesses and performance enhancement. After medical school, Dr. Davis trained at the prestigious Johns Hopkins/Sinai Hospital for his Internal Medicine residency. During his training, he was recognized and honored for his incredible talent and commitment to patient care by being bestowed the honor of Chief Medical Resident at Johns Hopkins/Sinai University. Dr. Davis continued his training in cardiology and interventional cardiology with fellowships at the renowned University of Virginia.