We all get stressed occasionally, but some of us manage to deal with it better than others. It can occur for lots of different reasons – common triggers include work pressures, relationships, family problems and financial reasons. Sadly, if it isn’t dealt with it can have serious effects on our physical, mental and emotional health, as well as lead to other conditions such as high blood pressure, peptic ulcers and depression.
Although the situation looks simple to healthy individuals, often stress sufferers are the last to realise how unwell and run-down they’re feeling, and that there’s a need to make changes. Some of the warning signs and symptoms include: Continue reading »