By Carla Sridevi Cohen   Have you ever wondered why some people seem to be more stressed than others? Or why something that stresses you out doesn’t affect a friend or co-worker the same way?  The answer is simple and complex at the same time. I will explain why stress happens, the risks and give you 3 simple steps on how to change it. Here are the some of the most common signs of stress and physiological risks of letting your stress continue: Fatigue Anxiety Inflammation Pain Poor brain function Impaired cell regeneration (ageing) Impaired healing Poor digestion and metabolism Weakened immune response Skin problems Premature Ageing Interrupted Sleep You may already be experiencing some of the physical symptoms of prolonged stress and blame it on an illness or other condition. It is more likely that the symptom is the result of stress, not the other way around. If you are already experiencing the symptoms, don’t worry, I have some steps that can help you turn back the tide so you can get your spark back, improve your sleep, help your immune system, digestion, eliminate pain and regain the energy you are looking for. In 1936, stress was not taken seriously or even recognised as a medical issue. There was no clear definition or way of measuring stress. A researcher in Canada, named Hans Selye changed all that. While Selye was studying hormonal changes in rats, he realised something wasn’t making sense. His experiment was tracking the effects of one specific hormone, and although the rats were experiencing changes in their glands, the changes were not connected t [...]

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