Effects of Stress, Symptoms, and Treatment
Anyone can experience stress at any time, and this is quite normal. But when stress starts affecting your daily life, it becomes severe. Therefore, it is crucial to understand the effects of stress and why you should get it treated.
Myths about Stressed
Due to the lack of clarity about the effects of stress, there are several myths about stress. Just a few of them are:
Only significant symptoms of stress need professional attention.
Truth: Some minor symptoms of stress, such as constant worrying, may result in serious health like, like coronary heart disease or high blood pressure.
Stress is always bad for your health.
Truth: We all experience stress in our everyday life; they are normal. Stress should be taken seriously only when they start affecting our health.
Everybody has the same type and level of stress.
Truth: Stress is never the same for everyone, nor it affects them similarly. Paying bills may be extremely stressful for one person, while such a task may be fun for others.
You have to work hard to control your stress.
Truth: Stress management modalities are easy ways to keep stress under control. Once you learn the modalities, you will never forget them. It's like riding a bicycle; once you learn, you never forget.
No symptoms, no stress.
Truth: You will not always find symptoms of stress, and you might never know that you are suffering from stress that may result in severe physical or psychological illnesses.
Benefits of Modalities
At Stress Management & Prevention Center, LLC, we teach the effective modalities that induce structural and functional changes in the brain. The brain's ability to change and adapt is known as neuroplasticity. These result in a dramatic reduction in the stress hormone cortisol levels and an increase in the stories of the so-called “pleasure-inducing neuropeptides,” like serotonin, β endorphin, oxytocin, testosterone, and dopamine. Learning modalities can help people with different issues and disorders.
Physical and Physiological Benefits
Psychological and Psychosocial Benefits
How Modalities Benefit
Learning modalities can help people with the above-discussed conditions in the following ways: