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Stress spares no one: it affects all of us at different times to varying degrees. Stress levels across all countries have increased in the past years as people have had to face a deepening financial crisis and other world problems. Like many other risk factors contributing to Type 2 diabetes or heart disease, these days we are exposed to more stressors than our ancestors. Since it is a certainty in life, we ought to be ready for it. Prepare for stress, so you are not overcome by it when it hits hard. Do your best to avoid it so you can focus on the critical things without psychological distractions.
But even with preparation and avoidance, it will still find a way into your life sometimes. So it becomes especially important to learn how to cope with stress, so it does not defeat you, and you can conquer it instead.
Are you dealing with stress in your life, right now? To what degree? For now, disregard it if it has at all to do with work, finances, or a friend or family member. These are of course super important, but for the moment let us focus on your health. Any stress you have regarding your health is an immediate concern because it carries importance when you consider the big picture.
Reflect on your health: why is it giving you anxiety and worry? Why, precisely, is it unsettling? You need to determine the reasons, because they may hold the solution. Whether you address the concern or not is another matter, but before you have the opportunity to act, you must first know what to do.
Many adults find themselves stressed about a pervasive problem: their waistline. In modern society, being overweight is no longer the exception. It is ubiquitous. In some parts of the world, it is overwhelmingly the norm. With the many problems associated with a significant waistline, it is no wonder it is a serious concern and a source of stress and anxiety. Especially as symptoms indicating all is not well, begin to arise. They can range from minor, like walking up a short flight of stairs and being out of breath, to major, like having chest pain.
Or, you may be dealing with a condition, like hypertension or Type 2 diabetes. Despite our modern capabilities to live reasonably well with these diseases, there is always a feeling deep down any action that does not constitute a change in our lifestyle is not enough. That it is, in fact, a disservice to your well-being to remain passive and this on its own may give you anxiety.
Ultimately, if you are stressed about your health, it is likely for a good reason. Do not dismiss it. Look for a way to address it positively.