We often experience moments of extreme stress and look out for help and support around us. Strong support in the form of a mother, father, partner, friend or even a child. It can be tough to struggle alone through difficult times and identifying warning signs could be the first step towards helping our loved ones.
Stress affects men and women equally but differently. I will write a completely dedicated post for men in my next, but today I will talk about how stress affects women and what are the most common causes of stress in a woman.
Announcing complete lockdown was a bold step and shutting down a fully functional country was freaking huge step, but it was necessary, and staying home is the only option we have to save ourselves and save lives of others. There is a lot of trepidation due to the coronavirus outbreak and too much news revolving around on this particular issue, we come across a different version of coronavirus theory every day.
Work from home stress during the lockdown and how it is affecting professionals, working men/women from all walks of life. This global pandemic has lead to a series of unplanned events affecting almost every aspect of life.
Recognizing Men’s Health is a critical issue because they hide it more than women, women are more expressive and at least they cry out their pent up emotions, men even hesitate to accept their feelings. In this blog, let us try to understand how a family can be a strong support system for our men.
Does your husband's family give you stress? It could be a yes if it affects you emotionally and physically but the sad part is people often ignore the physical part, many of us do not even believe that stress could lead to emotional as well as physical damage in individuals. We do not concentrate on the motions of our thoughts, which in the long term starts multiplying and affects our physical self.
Anxiety elevates your fear, worries, and tensions. It affects you internally which is hardly seen. It becomes more of a challenging task when you are staying with your in laws in a joint family. Not everyone is aware of such mental distress and it's effects on one's health. Then, how to control anxiety around in laws? Will they understand it or make it worse?