What is Stress?
The term "stress" is difficult to define and may mean different things to different people in divergent circumstances. The oldest definition is that of Hans Selye who defined stress as the "non-specific (i.e. common) result of any demand on the body, whether the effect be mental or somatic".
According to latest health reports, Stress is said to be one of the largest killers of human kind today. Stress is now becoming more accepted as being crucially related to our total health - physical, mental and emotional. According to the American Academy of Family Physicians, the majority of all physician visits are prompted by stress-related symptoms that are known to cause or worsen medical conditions.
Stress is our response to specific stimuli called "Stress inducers" or they are the events that generally produce stress. They may be temporary or chronic, leading to negative health consequences or outcomes changing a person's life. Although life itself is dependent upon certain forms of stress, it is only when stress is handled poorly by the body or mind that it becomes a health hazard. Stress that is expressed or experienced negatively can be linked to many physical complaints, from headaches and hypertension to symptoms affecting a person's mental state. Anxiety, depression and feelings of anger, fear, helplessness or hopelessness, and other emotions are often linked to tress.
Two powerful body systems cope with stress. The nervous system controls the rapid body changes, while the endocrine system regulates the longer-term patterns of stress response by releasing hormones into the blood. The adrenal activates the sympathetic nervous system, reducing the normalizing effects of body function. This increases the metabolic rate, heart rate, circulation and blood pressure. In addition, effectiveness of the digestive system is diminished and disturbances in sleep patterns become common.
Ayurveda is an ancient form of medical practice originated in India. Today it is famous not only in the Asian part of the world but in the entire globe for the fruitfulness and positive results that it brings with its treatment methods with centuries old proven track records. Advancement of Ayurveda can be termed as a science which believes that the secret of a good health and controlled mind is harmony with nature with individuals daily life cycle and seasonal life cycle. It considers that the three "doshas" in an individual's body - Vatta, Pitta and Kapha, and there relative imbalances are the cause of all the diseased conditions one faces.
Stress affects you emotionally, physically, spiritually, financially and socially as well.
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