Stress is a reaction of the body that occurs when we are under threat or some kind of fear that manifests in the body as need to escape or to fight. In addition, stress can be caused by a strong explosion, accident, sudden danger, fear or loss of a loved one, situation at work, in kindergarten, school, college, permanent poverty, food shortages, life without health care, our presence in the vicinity of violence, torture, etc. Symptoms of stress are usually recognized on the physical body as headache, high blood pressure, chest pain, indigestion, cold and sweaty hands, rapid breathing, rapid heartbeat, dry mouth, and fatigue and insomnia. Psychological symptoms are usually irritability and tension, restlessness, despair, anxiety, depression, feelings of hopelessness, insecurity, anger, hypersensitivity, etc. Behavior is manifested by an increase or decrease in appetite, procrastination, increased smoking and withdrawal in isolation, exhaustion, neglect of physical appearance, and in some cases decreased work capacity.
After experiencing stress, a person can usually have panic attacks for a short or long time. If a person is forced to suffer stress for a long time, then there are psychological and physical, and sometimes mental negative consequences on the body, which means illness.
Everyone experiences stressful situations in their own way, which is why they act differently and last differently depending on the mental strength of the individual.