Stress is one of those things that every human has experienced and will continue to experience throughout their lifetime. While stress is basically impossible to avoid it is something that should be managed. Here is exactly how stress can affect the different parts of our bodies.
Skin problems like acne, psoriasis, eczema, dermatitas, random breakouts and skin rashes.
Can lead to peptic ulcer disease, IBD, IBS, Food allergies, stomach cramps, reflux, nausea, and weight fluctuation.
Issues with mood, anger, depression, irritability, lack of energy, concentration problems, anxiety and panic attacks.
Increased blood pressure, fast heart beat, increased risk of heart attack and stroke, higher cholesterol.
Decreased nutrition absorption, reduced metabolism, decreased enzymatic output, increased risk for IBM, diabetes and more.
Decreased testosterone and estradiol production leading to reduced fertility, Dampening of sexual behavior and loss of sexula drive.
Suppressed effectiveness of the immune system to battle and recover from illness. Leads to high levels of inflammation in the body, which causes a variety of chronic health conditions in the body.
Joints & Muscles
aches and pains, inflammation, tension, lowered bone density (propensity for osteoporosis), tightness in the shoulders and back.
results in elevated secretions of insulin, which if chronic could lead to diabetes, damaged arteries and obesity.