Easy Causes Of Long-standing Stress?
at morning, sorry I want to ask. Why do I often get stressed or not strong enough to think about something.rnThis has been going on for about 2 years.rnSo what’s the impact? What causes the brain to shrink? And can this be called Alzheimer’s?.rnPlease explain, thank you 😊
Hi Devi, thanks for visiting HealthReplies.com.
Complaints that are often stressful and not strong in dealing with problems cannot be called Alzheimer's. Alzheimer's is a condition where there is a disturbance in the brain that appears slowly, causing a decrease in memory, thinking abilities, and can cause behavioral changes.
Stress is a natural and normal thing experienced by everyone. Stress arises as a result of the body's compensatory mechanism due to the release of stress hormones, namely the hormone cortisol by the brain due to pressure from the body and mind. However, prolonged stress can result in mental health problems and general health. Someone who is mentally healthy can face life's challenges and establish good relationships with others. Conversely, if a person experiences mental health disorders, it will have an impact on his daily life, both interactions with people and productivity at work. The following are some examples of mental health disorders, such as:
Anxiety disorders Depression Psychosomatic disorders. Here are some tips for you in dealing with problems so they don't last too long, such as:
Start trying to trust other people, for example to your family, tell all the things you feel and let go of all the burdens you feel Do some activities that you think are fun, for example on vacation or running a hobby that you enjoy Doing sports regularly, such as sports that strengthen relaxation techniques such as yoga Move on immediately, don't dwell on the past for too long. Get enough rest for at least 8-9 hours per day. Eat nutritious and nutritious foods. Avoid caffeine, cigarettes, and alcohol. If with the above methods you are still unable to control your stress, you should consult a psychiatrist for an in-person examination to determine the underlying cause of your condition and appropriate treatment.
Hope it is useful.
dr. Thoriqotil H.M.