Stress of America

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Stress is a state of mental or emotional strain or tension resulting from adverse or very demanding circumstances. Every human goes through stress. No matter how much you try to escape it’s always there. No matter how old anyone is or how young. A baby stresses out when it’s diaper needs changed or learning how to crawl. Teenagers have school, clubs, five page research papers, and figuring out there life. As for adults they have kids, jobs, and daily expenses. Everyone experiences stress there are silent stresses and some that make your physically sick. There are so many different things to cause stress. There are some obviously main ones that happen to people more often. They are lumped into two different groups like personal problems and social and job issues. For the personal problems people may have your health to stress someone out, which is not good because stress makes sickness worse. People could also have to deal with relationship problems, Major life changes, stress in the family, or conflicts with your beliefs and values. Now with the other side people could have social and job issues. They could have things such as their surroundings, social situations, unemployment, job. (Stress management- causes of stress, pg.1) Many more things stress people put but those are just a few of the major things that can have people all stressed out. Stress is more then just feeling over whelmed for some people. Stress can also contribute to high blood pressure, obesity, and high cholesterol. (Kathrine Warren par. 4) Stress more often then not is not just a feeling. Some people get head aches, stomach aches, nose bleeds, muscles become more tense, and fatigue. According to the American Institute of Stress Image 1. Also these things ... ... middle of paper ... ...the more common unhealthy behaviors are the consequences of stress then the millennials. (Ron breazeale, par.9) Everyone goes through stress in their life. It doesn’t matter if you are a kid, teenager, or adult. Everyone stresses, sometimes about even very little things. Along with the stress comes health issues. Such as heart disease, asthma, obesity, diabetes, headaches, depression and anxiety, stomach problems, Alzheimer’s, accelerated aging, premature death. Along with those problems you can do things to cure and help them. Such as getting more sleep, planning out the day, looking at your life in a positive view, and get support. All though a little stress is always a good thing, because it pushes you and helps you thrive and stay on task. Sometimes it is taken to the extreme like in the top ten cities. Just remember to sit back, take a deep breath, and focus!

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