10 categories of disorders caused by stress
Stress is a killer. Sounds cliched, right?
But right it is. Because, have no doubt, stress will kill you, slowly and eventually.
All of the diseases related to the heart can be caused by increased blood pressure brought about by the secretion of the chemical compound norepinephrine and the steroid hormone cortisol. Coronary diseases include hypertension, tachycardia, and even an increased likelihood of having a heart attack, or a stroke.
Briefly defined, stress is the body’s reaction to a stressful event. Experienced over a longer period, stress can impact our organs, our nervous system, our guts and our brains.
Stress leads to increased secretion of gastric juices, which can cause diseases like stomach ulcers, digestive problems, nausea, diarrhea, abdominal pain, and Irritable Bowel Syndrome.
Conditions such as acne, alopecia, blemishes, eczema, dryness, excessive sweating, and nail weakness are caused by stress and hormonal and endocrine disruptions.
Stress can manifest in continuous tension of the muscles, neck and back pains, jerks and contractures and also cause articulator problems.
Prolonged stress can be responsible for respiratory disorders such as proneness to allergies, sleep apnea, and asthma.
Stress hurts our defense system and makes us prone to infectious diseases.
Stress increases blood pressure, which in turn can cause the layers that wrap around the brain to swell. This can lead to headaches and migraines.
Hormonal imbalances caused by stress can lead to changes in menstrual cycles, decreased sexual appetite, worsen some sexual behavior disorders and even lead to infertility in both men and women.
How tall we grow depends on environmental factors, one such factor being stress. It has been proven by research that adults who suffered stress during their childhood did not reach the maximum height they should have.
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