The symptoms of stress can show up in unexpected ways. You probably can relate to the most common stress symptoms reported by other American adults (discussed earlier), but consider the following questions and whether you’re experiencing any of the following signs of a stress-filled life: Do you find yourself hyperventilating? Deep breathing in the face …
To help you determine your current level of stress, answer the following questions based on the past six months. Keep a tally of the number of points for each yes answer.
When the world is against you, when people are out to get you, when events are against you, you live in a state of siege. A siege mentality contributes to the state of Red Alert. Unresolved anger is a breeding ground for stress
GAD isn’t a single bad day or even a bad week; it’s an ongoing state of worry, concern, and heightened anxiety over everyday events for six months or more. It’s constant worry about what if, what could with no discernible solution, no end, and no peace.