to recognize the symptoms of the stress.
like increased irritability, muscular tension, heightened sensitivity
to criticism, inability to concentrate, headaches, muscle pain, worrying
about the future, feeling anxious, losing your appetite, increased
heart beat or sleeping problems (nightmares, insomnia) give you an
indication of stress.
you have to check your inner emotions (distraction), person's outward
appearance (anxious or nervous) and physical effects (fatigue).
of being overwhelmed, tension headaches, decrease of libido, gastrointestinal
issues like constipation, adult acne, weight gain or weight loss,
muscle tension, anxious about things you can't control and losing
your hair are indications that you may have stress.
is no a perfect way to measure stress directly, but you can get an
to measure stress is with medical equipments that measure muscle tension,
heart rate, and even brain waves.
way to measure the amount of stress in your life is to examine the
demanding events which have occurred to you recently.
of stress hormones such as cortisol can help identify bodily changes
that are stressor specific, people at risk for development of stress-related
disorders, and the efficacy of interventions aimed at stress reduction.