In everyday life it is easy to feel tired because we overload ourselves with often onerous commitments that make our days very hectic and stressful.
In this article we explain why fatigue, back pain and headache are some of the symptoms caused by this condition. We refer to stress.
Even if we put stress on our body, it does not necessarily fail to react. In fact, stress is not always negative, but it can serve to push us to do better and have that energy necessary to face possible dangerous situations.
This is why fatigue, back pain and headache are some of the symptoms caused by this condition
Even if our body is able to react to stress, this is not the case for everyone.
In fact, a very stressful and prolonged situation, moreover badly managed, can have both physical and mental consequences on the health of each of us.
Stress disorders can be physical, behavioral, emotional and cognitive. Since stress management differs from individual to individual, the symptoms can also be different.
The physical symptoms that we deal with in this article are different and very often disabling.
Back pain, headache, chronic fatigue and more stomach upset, nausea, vomiting, muscle aches and tension, decreased sex drive, nervousness, ringing in the ears, are just some of the long list of physical symptoms caused by stress.
Pathological stress not only affects health, it may also lead some people to use drugs, alcohol, or smoking.
How to deal with stress
You need to recognize and manage stress by taking a step back, taking a break. The best thing is to dedicate yourself to something that can reduce it and deal with it in the best way.
Physical exercise, meditation, diaphragmatic breathing, relaxation techniques and sleep are the right tools to improve our quality of life.
If the phenomenon persists, it is better to consult your doctor to thoroughly analyze your psychophysical situation.
(We remind you to carefully read the warnings regarding this article, which can be consulted WHO”)