Stress causes muscle tightness, leading to discomfort and aches. Common signs include jaw clenching and tense muscles as the body responds to stress.
Stress triggers tension headaches or migraines by inducing muscle tightening, often in the neck and shoulders, resulting in pain and discomfort.
Stress affects the digestive system, causing upset stomach, indigestion, nausea, or changes in bowel habits as the body reacts to stressors.
Stress interferes with relaxation, causing insomnia or restless sleep. Quality sleep is compromised, impacting overall well-being.
Chronic stress induces physical and mental fatigue, leading to persistent tiredness, even after sufficient rest and sleep.
Stress influences eating habits, causing either increased or decreased appetite, potentially leading to weight changes.
Stress activates the "fight or flight" response, leading to a racing heart and palpitations as the body prepares to respond to stressors.
Stress exacerbates or triggers skin issues such as acne, eczema flare-ups, or hives as the body reacts to stress.