Stress-related Illnesses: What You should Know And How to Deal with ThemBy Audri Taylors
If you are experiencing a lot of stress in your life lately, your health might be at risk and you may be facing some serious medical problems. Chronic emotional stress can affect your systems and bodily functions, and while it is impossible to completely avoid stress, it is important for you to be aware on how it negatively impacts your health and be aware of the ways to beat them.
Irritable Bowel Syndrome
IBS is normally characterized by abdominal pain and discomfort, as well as diarrhea and constipation. His condition is usually triggered by stress, according to the Daily Mail. Dr. Roger Hederson, a family doctor said that stress can affect the connection between the brain and the gut which is why the movement and contraction of the gastrointestinal tract. In order to deal with this condition, doing exercises and simple breathing technique might help when it comes to keeping you calm.
Research suggest that there is a direct link between stress and teeth grinding. This condition is commonly known as bruxism which also results in a headache and pain in the jaw, neck and shoulders. Doctors recommend the use of night guard for patients who are suffering from bruxism to keep the upper and the lower teeth from grinding each other.
A sleep researcher Martica Hall shared with AARP how stress make it hard for people to sleep most especially when they wake up at night. This is because stress hormones disrupts our sleep and give you the time to think about all of your worries and problems. You can improve the quality of your sleep by doing certain preparations before going to bed like staying away from screens two hours before going to bed and spending some time for exercise to reduce anxiety and depression.