“The time to relax is when you don’t have time for it.”

— Low energy

— Headaches

— Upset stomach, including diarrhoea, constipation and nausea

— Aches, pains, and tense muscle

— Chest pain and rapid heartbeat

— Insomnia

— Frequent colds and infections

— Loss of sexual desire and/or ability

Symptoms, Diagnosis & Treatment

About Stress

Almost everyone experiences stress from time to time and while a small amount of stress can motivate us, too much or prolonged stress can be damaging to both our physical and mental health.

Stress typically begins as pressure – from ourselves or others – and if we are unable to cope with this pressure, we feel stressed. The effects of stress will differ from person to person, but if left untreated it can lead to illness.

There are many things in life that can cause stress, including work, relationships, family issues and financial problems. For some, stress causes them to adopt unhealthy coping methods such as smoking or drinking – and while this may feel like a quick fix, these habits are harming your health and ultimately the stress itself still isn’t being addressed. On this page we will look at stress in more detail, including stress symptoms and what you can do to manage stress.

Understanding Stress:

Stress is the result of placing undue expectation or desire upon our self or others.This stress leads to a variety of dis-ease with the mind and body. We also tend to increase our stress levels by remembering a negative event from the past over and over again, thereby re-living the negative emotion associated with that past event.

Stress is a individual reaction to demands from the self or from other individuals. The mind causes tension due to the inability of a person to deal effectively with these expectations A counsellor enables the individual to identify these internal expectations and thus reduce or avoid the pressure overload which manifests. We are unable to see our thoughts clearly and it is only when we experience the external adverse effect of built up pressure in the form of anger or stress that we can appreciate the need for change. A trained counsellor will help the person develop strategies to overcome their inability to think positive in a adverse environment.

  • Acute Stress Disorder
  • Stress Ulceration
  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
  • Work Related Stress
  • Panic Disorder
  • Stress management
  • Work-Life Balance
  • Relationship Issues

Useful Info on Stress

Counseling for Stress

Nowadays, people are more focused in establishing a more concrete lifestyle. They do everything they can do to make their lives more stable. And in order for them to finally achieve their goals, they always push themselves up to their limits. That’s what people do. When it comes to pushing their limits to the edge, they often disregard the negative sides of their lives.  That is why it is normal for everyone to somehow experience and encounter stressful events and situations along the way and in some cases most of the time.

Stress is acquired in various ways.  A person who failed to respond to physical, mental or even emotional aspects of their being is said to experience stress. Mostly, it might be due to the environment, people, pressure or too much of something such as work. In everything that we do, it is said that we should have at least the equivalent amount of time for our self. This adequate time is where one can enjoy a hobby or something that can be relaxing. By enjoying themselves, they are also reducing stress attack.

Sometimes, this problem hinders the most important thing that you used to do. This hinders you to improve your true abilities in regards with works or other activities. If you feel like something isn’t right, and you know, you can’t solve it by yourself. Isn’t it the right time to attend counselling sessions?
Once you determined within yourself that you need a help from a professional. Realizing that you want help is like opening your door for changes. This is better than being force to, and yet you are still in denial stage. There are various types of counsellors that often provide counselling to a person or a group of people.

Depending on the problem you have. You can choose from career, family, marriage, divorce and other types of counsellors.  If you are looking for a counsellor whom you can ask for counselling, it is good if they can provide different aids and assistant to you as their clients.

What are the things that you usually encounter while talking to a counsellor? There is nothing much, really. You only need to be more open and just be yourself. And there is nothing to worry about. Remember, they are there to help you and not to criticize you. Don’t be embarrassed about it, instead be proud because you are courageous enough to know that you are having difficulties that you can’t handle by yourself.

The counsellor will ask you some questions that will also help you to realize and see the main root or the seed of your dilemma. Together with you, they will pinpoint the most important matter and provide you the best options of answers.

Being stressed out extremely is not a good sight to behold. It is not wrong to help yourself, but it is not also incorrect if you ask a professional’s help and advice. You might solve it in a difficult manner while counsellors through counselling, there are easy approach for you to grab in. Don’t make your life miserable and stress out. Balancing activities and leisure is a must and avoid adding too much pressure on yourself.

What Causes Stress?

Both positive and negative experiences and life transitions can lead to stress. The Holmes-Rahe Stress Inventory shows this by indexing common stressful events and using a numerical value to rank the events, using these values to determine a person’s potential to become ill as a result of stress. Some of the more frequent stressors in life, most of which appear on the stress inventory, include:

  • Getting divorced or going through a breakup
  • Getting married
  • Being discriminated against
  • Experiencing a change in financial status
  • Having a child
  • Moving
  • Beginning or ending school
  • Experiencing a loss
  • Being diagnosed with a serious illness

The Effects of Stress on Health

Few people will deny being stressed at least once in their lifetime, but for many, stress can be ongoing and unbearable. Chronic stress can contribute to a myriad of mental health and physical health issues. Research has linked high stress levels to:

  • Insomnia or hypersomnia
  • Reduced or increased appetite
  • Self-medicating with drugs or alcohol
  • Changes in mental health
  • Decreased productivity and enjoyment at work
  • Decreased intimacy
  • Migraine headaches
  • Chronic pain
  • Anger issues
  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Decreased enjoyment in social activities
  • Heart attack and stroke

When these complaints occur as a result of stress, they may often clear up as the stressful situation is resolved. However, they can become serious, and treatment from a doctor or mental health professional may often be necessary, especially if stress persists.

Therapy for Stress

When the stress of life leads to drug abuse, chronic physical ailments or pain, an absence of pleasure or relaxation in life, or when it affects one’s well-being negatively in any way, it may be helpful to meet with a mental health professional or medical doctor to receive treatment for the manifested symptoms of stress and work through the issues causing it.

Cognitive behavioral therapy is often an effective form of therapy for stress, as the technique can help change negative thought patterns that develop as a result of stress, helping the person in treatment find new ways of thinking about stressful events that may not have such a negative effect.

When stress occurs as a result of another condition, or an event such as a loss, a divorce, or a life-altering medical diagnosis, therapy can help address these concerns and their other effects on a person’s life. When workplace issues lead to stress, for example, ways to deal with those issues can be explored with the help of a therapist. When stress develops as a result of a family or relationship issue, couples or family therapy may help resolve the issue, leading to a reduction in the levels of stress experienced.

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