The Health Hazards Of Stress

With tension rising for men and women, stress is taking a cost in physical health. Stress can throw many unexpected ways!

Stress is a normal physical response to a threat or danger as a protective mechanism. It helps you stay focused, energetic, alert and even save your life in emergency situations.

But your body does not distinguish between her physical and physiological stress! React strongly to a discussion with your boss or spouse, job insecurity, an overloaded schedule, or financial difficulties.

If you have the feeling of being overwhelmed with problems, the stress response in your body is to be "ON" all the time and can seriously undermine their physical and emotional well being.

Chronic stress disrupts every system in the body. It weakens the immune system, gives free rein havoc on sleep patterns and metabolic function, blood pressure and increases the risk of stroke.

Do any of these are common, but did you know that stress can cause other physical symptoms? It accelerates the aging process, cause gastrointestinal unrest and cause teeth-grinding and grip, also known as bruxism.

The grinding and clenching happens to most during sleep, but may also be present during the day. Not fully understand all the causes but stress has been clearly established as an important factor in bruxism.

Stress-induced problems such as bruxism ongoing effects even after the stress has passed. Bruxism can seriously damage the muscles and nerves of the jaw, and has been identified as an underlying cause of headaches.

Signs and symptoms of bruxism may include:

Polishing of teeth or grip, which can be quite loud enough to wake your partner

Worn tooth enamel exposing the inside of your tooth, tooth sensitivity increasing

Pain or tightness in jaw muscles of the jaw

Ear pain due to severe muscle contractions of the jaw


Chronic Facial Pain

Chewed tissue inside of your cheek

Psychological factors that cause bruxism:

Anxiety, stress.

Suppressed anger and frustration.

Aggressive personality type, competitive and hyperactive.

Manage stress levels can prevent unhealthy effects snowball over his body. For example, if you worry about losing their jobs and their stress is through the roof, this can cause bruxism. His bruxism can cause interruptions to sleep routines, which in turn can affect your metabolism and emotional health, making you gain weight and feel emotionally sensitive or depressed. It's all related!

You can use the exercise and natural remedies to help cope with daily stress and anxiety.

Certain natural ingredients can help support your nervous system and help you manage your stress levels. For example, Kalium phosphate is a homeopathic tonic and nerve food. Used regularly it helps to relieve the effects of stress, worry and stress.

Magnesium phosphate acts as a natural relaxant nerve and muscle, often recommended for stress and headaches.

Although there is no way to completely avoid stressors that you can experiment, using the resources that nature has given us, helps your body to relax and recover!