We need to be taking the physical symptoms of stress more seriously – Metro

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Being an adult is stressful and a lot of us adults don’t take stress seriously or the effect it has on our body. Stress can show up on the body through skin diseases and rashes. It also shows up in one’s digestive system causing constipation and diarrhea. People should never tell a person who is stressed to just relax because that never works. They should also never tell a person who is stressed that they have nothing to be stressed about.

Key Takeaways:

  • Stress is an unavoidable part of modern 21st century life, and it’s something we often disregard as unimportant
  • Stress is significant enough to result in physical illness which consequently can be remedied by relieving stress
  • Paying attention to one’s diet, enforcing one’s own relaxation time and confiding in one’s friends are effective ways to manage stress until it passes

“The thing about stress is that those who struggle with it often don’t seem like the types to crumble. Indeed, as soon as someone tells someone else they’re stressed out, they’re often met with ‘but there’s nothing to be stressed about”

Read more: http://metro.co.uk/2017/11/01/we-need-to-be-taking-the-physical-symptoms-of-stress-more-seriously-7045324/