External Factors that Lead to Stress and Anxiety

It is a fact that no one wants to experience troubles and heartaches. Unfortunately, problems are a huge part of life and co-exist with nearly everything that you do. This is even more evident in the modern society where stress factors seem to come from all direction.

At Work
The thought of losing your job, for instance, can give rise to negative thoughts and emotions, which would eventually affect your wellbeing. And, even if you are waiting for a promotion, worrying about whether or not you will get it can make you unhappy as well. Bullying in the office, or not having friends, can also cause unnecessary stress.

At Home
Arguing with your partner or children is not a good way to start or end your day. If you leave the house without the issue being resolved, then your day could go from bad to worse. What is more, your interaction with other people would also be affected especially if you are someone who tends to carry the burden wherever you go.

On top of that, having health problems, such as heart ailments, hypertension, and diabetes, can cause anxiety as well. Who would feel happy with an existing condition, anyway? That is why staying fit and living a healthy lifestyle is essential.

Also, it would not hurt to develop resilience in times of trials, as this is one way to beat stress. The best way to learn certain strategies in coping with emotional difficulties is through counselling or psychotherapy.

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