Stress Management

Stress Management

Causes and Consequences of Stress

What is "stress"Introduction The concept of stress comes from a biological perspective. Developed by a German physician and scientist, Hans Selye, the term first stood for physiological reactions of an organism that encountered a nocuous (negative) stimulus (Selye,...

Signs of High Stress

Occasional stresses often mobilize all our reserves and help to achieve a result, quickly solve a problem. However, if the stress is very strong and drags on over time, the body begins to work for wear, the nervous system suffers, and immunity decreases. As a result,...

Effects and Signs of Chronic Stress

Stress is a state of the body in which all its reserves are involved. Stress can be caused by both negative factors and positive ones, for example, a creative upsurge. Therefore, active people who tend to perceive a change of occupation as a rest, in fact, constantly...