Stress

By Mark D.

Stress effects everyone at some point in their lives, and can lead to far worse disorders and diseases. Checkout this newsletter to learn more about stress!

Consequences of Stress

It's okay to be stressed a little sometimes, but if you're constantly stressed there can be some serious consequences

Immunity to disease

Weight loss/gain

Decreased ability to heal

Depression

Hair loss

Internal organs may not function

Inability to sleep

Heart problems

Muscle pain

Diabetes

Inerpersonal Communication

When you're experiencing stress, there are a lot of people ou can talk to.


  • You can talk to your family about your stress, and let them know the issue that you're having. Maybe they can pitch in more and help out to relieve your stress.
  • You can also go to a therapist, and get advice on how to cope with the stress and get rid of it.

Risk Factors

Positive Effects

  • It gives you a chance to get help for problems that might not be helped otherwise.


Negative Effects

  • Suicide
  • Depression
  • Bad thoughts
  • Rage
  • Anger
  • Quitting
  • Fighting
  • Shorter life