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Stress is a physical, mental or emotional response to events that causes bodily or mental tension. It is an outside force or event that has an effect on our body and mind
Sleep too much or too little Weight issues Digestive problems Head ache or migraine Unexpected hair loss Heart palpitation Decreased immune response High blood pressure
Mood swings Anxiety can lead to depression Sadness Fear Mental Fatigue Apathy Anger
Decreased concentration Poor decision making Increased errors
Irritability Withdrawal Violence Avoidance
Family Work Finances School Major life changes Unforeseen events Living situations Relationships that cause trauma to one’s physical, emotional and psychological self
Worry Uncertainty Unrealistic expectations Fear Attitude
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