It is also important to realize that individuals respond differently to this stress. We also note that some people become very proficient in hiding the effects of stress on it. A cheerful face does not mean that stress does not exist.Stress effectThe stress effect can be smooth or clear; In both cases, it is important to understand its effect on us. Stress affects us in four main areas – physical, mental, behavior, and professional. If we realize this effect and recognize the emergence, we can take action to balance the impact they have on decision making.Physical effects of stress can cause headaches or heartburn or abdominal pain which can not be explained or new, muscle aches or muscles that are tight, small or slow speech, increased blood pressure or heart rate, shallow or breathing that is difficult, cold or dry mouth or sweating, and numbness or tingling or cold in the extremities.The mental effects of stress can cause difficulties in thinking, defense, forgetfulness, fatigue or fatigue, poor task performance, anxiety, or circumstances where small things are now big.
The effects of stress behavior can result in loss of appetite, efforts to blame others, become explosions that are prone to accidents, impulsive or aggressive, drug or alcohol abuse, withdrawal and isolation, sleep problems, or deviations from standard operating procedures.