The acceleration of the rhythm of modern life has led to a significant increase in the physical, mental, emotional burden on a person, due to everyday problems, interpersonal relationships, the content of professional activity, and information overload. Quite often, a person has to be in a state of emotional stress, experience a feeling of increased anxiety, anxiety, self-doubt, i.e. experiencing the so-called STRESS. Such states are often accompanied not only by mental imbalance, but also by a number of negative changes in the functioning of physiological mechanisms in the human body. According to WHO, up to 40% of the world's population needs the help of medical specialists.
WHAT IS STRESS, WHAT ARE THE CAUSES AND FACTORS OF ITS APPEARANCE
At its core, stress is a response of the human body to overexertion, negative and positive emotions. During stress, the human body produces the hormone adrenaline, which makes you look for a way out. Everyone needs stress in small amounts, as it makes you think, look for a way out of the problem, and in this case it has a positive meaning. But on the other hand, if there is too much stress, the body weakens, loses strength, the ability to solve problems and can cause serious diseases.