Learn all about stress and sleeping issues, what causes it, how it affects your body and most importantly - how to deal with it.
Stress is a natural human emotion that affects everyone at some point in their lives. In truth, the human body is built to recognise and respond to stress. Your body develops physical and mental responses in response to changes or difficulties (stressors). That's what stress is. Your body's stress responses assist it in adapting to new surroundings. Stress can be beneficial in that it keeps us attentive, motivated, and prepared to avoid danger. A stress reaction, for example, may help your body work harder and stay awake longer if you have an important test coming up. When stressors persist without reprieve or moments of relaxation, it becomes a problem.
Does it feel like you are drowning in stress? You are not the only one! Many aspects of life, including work, relationships, and financial concerns, can induce stress. And, when you're worried, it might make it difficult to deal with...Read More
Do you know somebody who boasts that they can get by on only a few hours of sleep a day? According to a leading neuroscientist from Oxford University, Professor Russel Foster, People who make such claims should be stigmatized like...Read More
When stress builds up because of life's negative or challenging occurrences, you can become emotionally exhausted. Emotional weariness is the term for this. Emotional weariness is something that most people experience gradually.Read More
There is nothing wrong about thinking of the past, enjoying your achievements, but remain focused always on the present - it's the world you live in right now. Many people daydream and think about what happened some time ago, what...Read More
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According to psychologists, parenting stress is the distress you experience when you feel you just can’t cope as a parent. The demands being placed on you are too high. You don’t have the resources to meet them (Deater-Deckard 1998; Holly...Read More