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Analysis of Stress

             This report is on stress, what causes it, how and why, and how .
             It will tell you all about stress, why it's important .
             for people to understand, and what it can do to you and other people. .
             Stress affects everyone and everything, that's why it's important that .
             we all be properly educated on it. First, we need to understand what .
             stress is. Stress is basically the body's nonspecific response to any .
             demand. Another way of describing stress is any nervousness or .
             anxiety. Almost all people relate the word stress to discomfort or .
             pressure. What they are actually thinking of is distress, which is .
             often referred to as stress. There are many things that cause stress. .
             In my opinion, this is the most important part of this whole report .
             because knowing the cause for stress can help you avoid stressful .
             situations. Just about any problem using thought can cause stress. One.
             of the most stressful of all things, especially for teenagers, are .
             social events. Popularity, friends, relationships, and looks are.
             more stressful things to teenagers than parents. However, adults tend .
             to face such stressors as meeting deadlines, fear of failure, anger, .
             and frustration at the workplace. Everybody is effected by stress when .
             it comes to things like wars, pollution, poverty, overcrowding, and .
             crime. It is important to learn how to live with these situations, .
             because it is nearly impossible to get through life without .
             encountering them.
             Most people know that stress could be bad, but how bad? .
             Physicians have proven that stress-related disorders, diseases brought .
             on or worsened by psychological stress, are more likely to happen to .
             people with very busy lives. The sad results of too much stress can .
             be: depression, drug use, crime, dropping out of school, accidents, .
             and even suicide. These psychosomatic disorders commonly involve the .
             autonomic nervous system, which controls the body's internal organs. .
             Some kinds of headache and back and facial pain, asthma, stomach .

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