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Stress is a natural response to demands or pressures placed on an individual, whether they are physical, emotional, or psychological in nature. It can manifest as feelings of tension, overwhelm, or anxiety in response to challenging situations or perceived threats.

Do you think you have Stress?

You might recognize signs of stress by paying attention to both your physical and emotional experiences. Physically, you may notice symptoms such as muscle tension, headaches, fatigue, changes in appetite or sleep patterns, and frequent illnesses due to a weakened immune system. Emotionally, you might feel overwhelmed, irritable, anxious, or have difficulty concentrating or making decisions. You might also notice changes in your behavior, such as withdrawing from social activities, neglecting responsibilities, or using unhealthy coping mechanisms like substance abuse. If you find yourself experiencing these symptoms consistently and they interfere with your daily functioning or quality of life, it may indicate that you're dealing with stress.

List of Different Types of Stress

School stress refers to the pressure experienced by students due to academic demands.

Work stress refers to the strain

experienced by individuals during work due to job-related demands and pressures.

A state of emotional, mental, and physical exhaustion caused by prolonged stress and overwork, particularly in the context of work or caregiving responsibilities.

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