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Many people think of stress as work, childcare, and relationships, but in reality, we are stressed by so many things around us.
• Physical factors: weather, climatic conditions such as temperature and humidity, noise, offensive odors, environmental issues such as air pollution, etc.
• Chemical factors: chemicals, additives, etc.
• Biological factors: overwork, malnutrition, sleep deprivation, protection against pathogens, etc.
• Mental factors: Changes in relationships, personality, social environment, etc.

When it comes to stress, a bad image tends to come first, but moderate stress can lead to self-growth and enrich your life. There are positive and negative aspects to stress.

Good stress is a driving force to achieve something or a moderate stimulus to do something. By clearing the tasks and trials (stress) in front of you, you can grow as a person and get a sense of fulfillment, accomplishment, and satisfaction. Some athletes put themselves in an environment where they are stressed by themselves, but good stress is something that helps them grow, such as developing their abilities and improving their concentration. Also, when a woman falls in love, she becomes beautiful because moderate stress enhances the functions of female hormones. Moderate tension due to good stress has a positive effect on the mind and body.

On the other hand, bad stress is something that keeps you feeling unpleasant and makes you more and more chased and painful. As a result, you may feel sick or depressed, which may adversely affect your mind and body.
It is said that whether stress acts positively or negatively depends on whether the brain feels "pleasant" or "unpleasant". Some people feel stressed and some don't, even with the same stressor, because they have different sensitivities and ways of thinking about things.

When stress builds up, it can lead to mental and physical upsets and even illness. Uncontrollable and suppressed emotions can affect emotional instability, physical upset, and even behavior.

In psychological symptoms,
• Frustrated, emotional, and mentally unstable
• Vague anxiety, depression, depression
• Loss of attention, concentration, lethargy
• Be reluctant to do new things

In physical symptoms,
• Migraines, abdominal pain, stomach upset, constipation, diarrhea
• Stiff shoulders, back pain
• Palpitations, dizziness
• Hands tremble
• Irregular menstruation
• Fatigue, easy to get tired, not tired
• I have trouble falling asleep, I have trouble waking up, I wake up in the middle of the night, I cannot wake up in the morning

In behavioral symptoms,
• Immediately vague
• Reduce the number of laughs
• I keep watching net news etc.
• More late arrivals and early departures
• Run for gambling and drinking
• Being violent
• Various actions such as how to speak become faster
• Make many mistakes at work
• Feeling troublesome to go out and tending to withdraw

When stress builds up and becomes stressful, it can start with various disorders, which in turn can lead to the induction and onset of major illnesses.
• Gastric ulcer, gastric cancer, duodenal ulcer
• Irritable bowel syndrome (abdominal pain, nausea, chronic diarrhea, convulsive constipation, etc.)
• Ischemic heart disease (angina, myocardial infarction, etc.)
• Autonomic imbalance (dizziness, palpitation, hot flashes, stiff shoulders, etc.)
• Psychosomatic disorder
• Neurosis
• Cancer risk

In Thai traditional medicine, many people say that it did not give a loose impression after the treatment, and that it led to a refreshing sensation and stress relief.



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