Stress causes come from Life. Life and living adds to many levels of stress and the causes of stress.
It's all interconnected.
Some stress is necessary for growth. It's beneficial.
This is called eustress. This kind of stress is positive and necessary. It helps you achieve and maintain optimal health and wellness.
Distress, on the other hand, is not beneficial.
It is the stress that pushes you beyond the healthy amount of stress needed for optimal wellness.
Distress can have a negative impact upon you.
When distress is regular, over time it can drain and weaken your entire biology and holistic health. It may become chronic stress.
Distress comes from different causes of stress.
These causes of stress traumatize your whole being: body, mind, emotions and spirit. Holistic health is affected if the stress causes are too much.
Dr. Hans Selye, an expert on stress, says most disease is related to a form of stress. He discovered 11 areas that impact everybody's state of health and well being.
These detailed causes of stress are:
Dr. Gerber, M.D. shares more specific causes of stress that impact your whole body health. They, too, fall into Dr. Seyle's categories.
Causes of stress are complex. Resolving them will likely take time.
Remember this: There's good news. Your body can return to balance.
You can bounce back when you give yourself the right support.
Let's shift. And reclaim calm.
Review the causes of stress list above.
Support for you begins with you. Including different sources of support - friends, family, community and experts can help you discover and address your causes of stress.
Everybody and every body experiences stress in life. These causes of stress impact you and me and everyone differently. What are your stress causes? Change begins with becoming aware of what you need support in. Take another step in your wellness revolution today.
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