Chronic Stress

Chronic stressWhen stress is persistently present for an extended period of time, it can cause a host of other problems to appear in a person's life. Chronic stress could lead to major depression or even substance abuse if a person doesn't have the ability to effectively deal with the stress in their life. When stress builds up to dangerous levels, it can begin to take over a person's life, causing them to exhibit many symptoms. The causes of chronic stress vary from individual to individual, and they may be caused by more than one stressor being present. The good news is that there is help available for learning to deal with chronic stress. Before showing how online therapy here at GoMentor.com may be helpful, here is a closer look at chronic stress and why it's crucial to get help before it gets out of control.

Causes of Chronic Stress

Too many responsibilities can quickly lead to worry, which can start a chain reaction if left unchecked. When a person does not know how to deal with their stress in a healthy, positive way, it can quickly begin to build up, taking control of their life. Relationships can lead to stress for some people as well, whether it's parents and their children or mother and father who aren't getting along. There are things that people do - including being too pessimistic - that can lead to chronic stress. Unrealistic expectations can also lead to chronic stress. Whatever the cause, there are many symptoms that will appear with chronic stress.

Symptoms of Chronic Stress 

Along with all the symptoms that accompany other types of stress, the main indicator of chronic stress is the fact that it continues unabated for long periods of time. As you might imagine, stress building up like this can cause even more severe symptoms to appear. After a long list of physical and emotional symptoms that come with chronic stress, there is a chance of depression or even a heart attack. Whether the symptoms are emotional or physical, they can begin to take a toll on a person's life. Before chronic stress becomes a problem, getting help is a good idea.

  • Tense muscles
  • Depression
  • Heart attack
  • Headaches
  • Migraines
  • Insomnia
  • Panic attacks
  • Anxiety

Getting Help with Chronic Stress 

We offer online therapy here at GoMentor.com that can help people learn to deal with stress in a healthy way. In addition to the behavioral therapy, you can also find trained professionals who can help with practical tips for dealing with stress in a more constructive way. It is easy to let stress get out of control, which can have other serious consequences. Before letting that happen, take the chance to see what can be done to battle stress. Online treatment to learn to deal with stress effectively is important before things get out of hand.

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