Category Archives: Stress Diagnosis

Stress has been shown to have an impact on mental health and emotional wellbeing. Specifically, when an individual is under stress, performance and efficiency is Read more…

At times of stress people often feel over whelmed and inundated with pressure, deadlines, numerous people putting further demands and needs on their shoulders and Read more…

During a stress response, non-essential bodily functions either slow down or stop in order that the energy is available required to fuel survival mechanisms of Read more…

People who are stressed often show decreased productivity, have trouble making decisions and memory problems. A stressed person for example may leave a room and Read more…

During a stress reaction, the digestive system is restricted. The energy normally required to function the digestive system is diverted to fuel essential survival mechanisms. Read more…

‘Psychosomatic’refers to physical symptoms that arise as a direct result of thoughts, emotions, mental states and psychological factors. Psychosomatic symptoms are a key element of Read more…

There is a growing body of research and scientific investigations establishing the exact effect stress has on the body. In this section a number of Read more…

Early warning signs Physical signs symptoms Emotional signs symptoms Cognitive/perceptual signs symptoms Behavioral signs symptoms Long term implications of stress Possible physical disorders Possible emotional Read more…

When a person is chronically stressed, they are at an increased risk of suffering from anxiety and anxiety related symptoms. If this is the case, Read more…

Stressed individuals will experience extreme muscle tension particularly across the upper back between the shoulder blades and throughout the rest of their body, often without Read more…

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