causes very serious problems for the body. A number of diseases have a stressogenic origin. High levels of stress hormones over a long period of time can cause symptoms you didn't expect and cause serious he alth problems. We are used to attributing certain states to stress. It is a factor in triggering diabetes, cancer, cardiovascular diseases, metabolic diseases, hormonal problems, various conditions of the nervous system.
There are also problems that at first glance have nothing to do with stress, but are nevertheless caused by it. Who are they?
You can't keep your eyes open
If you have ever been so tired that your eyes close, and it is not late at night, it could be due to high levels of stress in the body. When stress hormones reach high levels for an extended period of time, they cause the body to mobilize to cope with the challenge at hand, then abruptly cause fatigue. Often, those suffering from excessive stress feel tired and unable to stay alert even after rest and sleep. Extreme fatigue and exhaustion can be one of the side effects of stress that you don't realize.
You are a ball of nerves
Nervous overstrain causes outbursts of anger, rage, fear, anxiety, anxiety, loneliness, hopelessness, euphoria, which can alternate sometimes even without apparent reason. You might feel like you're going crazy, but you're not. Stress causes tension in the nervous system, which affects emotions and triggers them uncontrollably.High levels of stress in the body cause emotional reactivity that manifests itself at the most unexpected moments.
You are frozen
In some cases, stress can cause indescribable fear that makes you feel paralyzed. The condition is known as the freezing reaction. It manifests itself as stiffness, restricted breathing, shortness of breath, rapid heart rate, a feeling of immobility in the limbs or any part of the body. It is most often seen during natural disasters, moments of intense sudden fear or some kind of threat.
You go with the flow, it doesn't matter to you
Indifference to everything in life, including the important things in life, can also be a symptom of severe stress. Stress hormones suppress emotions and the secretion of serotonin and endorphins, which is associated with depression or in some cases with depression. A person looks apathetic and indifferent, which is not characteristic of his personality.
You feel like you're going to pass out
High levels of stress can be accompanied by blurring of consciousness, vision, nausea and fainting, making you think you are going to pass out at any moment. It most often occurs with severe sudden stress or as a complication of post-traumatic stress.