Although stress is an emotional condition, in fact it was very affecting our physical condition. Not a few diseases that plagued the body turned out to be triggered by stress.
If you are experiencing some of the symptoms of this, the most likely cause is the prolonged stress which has not been completely resolved.
1. Red Rash and itching
When your skin is suddenly filled with a reddish rash and itching as well, the cause is not always an allergy but also stress. When the body undergoes excessive stress (either short or long term), the immune system would be chaotic and the body begins to release histamine to fight against the “enemy”.
If stress has not yet died down, we will experience the allergic reactions and symptoms biasanay felt in the skin. When our immune system is weakened by stress, skin is easily irritated by things that previously did not make a sensitive, for example, SOAP, hot or cold air, lotion, SOAP or detergent.
2. Weight fluctuate
“The stress triggers release of the hormone cortisol, which interferes with the body’s ability to process blood sugar and also changed the way the metabolism of fat, protein, and kaborhidrat, so that the resulting weight goes up or down,” said Shanna Levine, general practitioner.
Stress also makes a person have unhealthy eating patterns, either excessive or precisely lost appetite.
3. recurrent headaches
If you previously rarely suffer from headaches but lately the head often feels heavy and pain, it could be Your stress. Stress hormones can cause changes in the nerves and blood vessels of the brain, thus triggering a headache. When stressed, the muscles are also more tense so that trigger headaches.
4. problematic Digestive
Stress can interfere with the function of channel of cerna. It causes the body produce more stomach acid so that attacks a sense of heat in the chest (heart burn).
“It could be the process of hollowing out the food in the stomach slows down so that we experience bloating, or increased contractions of the colon that result in diarrhea,” said Deborah Rhodes, doctors from the Mayo Clinic in the disease.
5. Easily infected with flu
The stress already will surely suppress the immune system so that we are so easily hurt. The research also shows, people who are experiencing stress were twice as likely to experience pain flu compared to that does not stress.