The Effect of Stress on Your Daily Life

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The Effect of Stress on Your Daily Life
The Effect of Stress on Your Daily Life

Unconsciously the effects of stress interfere with your daily life. Many factors that affect you experience stress. Like, office work is piling up, lack of rest, children are difficult to manage, and other things are uncomfortable.

That can easily stress you out. Not only does it interfere with your daily productivity. The effects of stress even from the lightest to unconscious will mess things up in your life.

This is the effect of stress on your personal life

How many mistakes have you accidentally made because you were stressed. Doing various activities when the mind is chaotic is certainly not an easy matter. It might even be more difficult to solve.

Some of the things below are for example:

1. Difficult to focus

Difficult to focus

Stress can be considered as the body’s way of responding to negative thoughts, threats, and physical and psychological stresses. A body that is under stress will usually do “self defense” as a form of protection from stress.

That’s why if you pay attention, stress will usually make it difficult for you to focus on doing anything. In fact, your mind is easily disturbed by the surrounding environment.

According to Heidi Hanna, PhD, an author of Stressaholic: “5 Steps to Transform Your Relationship with Stress“. That stress will make the brain tend to think about how to get out of this problem. As a result, this response to fear and the effects of stress takes over all brain energy to protect themselves.

2. Uncontrolled emotions

Uncontrolled emotions

A study published by the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. Shows that even a mild level of stress can make emotions difficult to control.

This is true. It seems that it is common knowledge that when someone is stressed, it is usually very easy to carry emotions. So it’s hard to think clearly. Never mind big problems, small things that seem trivial can easily make you ignite and get angry.

3. It’s hard to see the good of others

It's hard to see the good of others

As explained earlier, stress is a form of self-defense from situations that are considered dangerous by the body. That is why, stress generally makes you tend to pay more attention to negative things and instead ignore positive things.

This analogy. You may have felt how upset it was when you bumped into a motorbike on the road who didn’t budge. It feels like wanting to vent all the emotions that you are now feeling for the motorbike driver.

But in other situations, because your stress has peaked. A security guard who tries to be kind by throwing smiles and good morning greetings is not your concern. You might even be angry.

Indeed, the influence of stress sometimes makes a person too focused on assessing the mistakes of others. And it becomes difficult to take lessons that actually appear real in the surrounding environment.

4. The body is vulnerable to disease attacks

vulnerable to disease attacks

Stress sometimes makes you easy to get tired and get sick. It’s like, it has fallen down on the stairs too. Not yet able to get up the stress that disrupts productivity, but you actually get sick.

This is because of the influence of stress which unconsciously decreases the body’s resistance. Which should fight foreign cells that cause disease.

Aarti Gupta, PsyD, as director of the TherapyNest therapy clinic in the United States, said. That the habit of sleeping late at night, late eating, and smoking, is an increasingly becoming thing to do. And that happens when you are stressed. All of these things have dropped as a result of your falling ill.

5. Having trouble sleeping soundly

Having trouble sleeping soundly

Normally, the body’s production of the hormone cortisol increases in the morning and decreases gradually until the evening. Decreasing the hormone cortisol at night will make you sleepy so you sleep well.

Conversely, stress can actually trigger an increase in the production of the hormone cortisol. Makes the brain work actively against stressors (stressors). Finally, instead of going straight to sleep, you wake up overnight and continue to imagine the problem you are experiencing.

Of course, not sleeping well at night will make you sleep less the next morning. Indirectly, the sleep schedule becomes messy. This cycle continues until you can manage stress well.

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