Feeling of stress is a part of life for each and every person, as we all think about our family, career, health, finance and many other things. To some level, stress can be managed by all the person. However, when it exists for a longer period of time in our life, then it becomes a burden for us.
First of all, you must know that what is stress and what are its effects….
Stress is a type of physiological reaction that is responsible for some kind of distress or discomfort which leads to various types of mental health problems, for example, depression as well as anxiety. Stress can affect a person in various ways. It may lead to depression, tension, anxiety, lack of concentration, indecisiveness, insomnia, suicide, increased drinking or smoking and many others.
Pregnancy and stress
During the time pregnancy the body of a women changes such as release in different types of hormones, expansion of belly, frequent urination, breast tenderness and many other. Along with these changes the to-be mother is worried about her health, her baby’s health, whether there are complications and so on. All of these changes and thoughts leads to stress. So, it is very common for the time of pregnancy. But stress can cause trouble in sleeping, headaches and nausea. And when it reaches to high level and continues for a longer time the it may cause heart disease or high blood pressure.
Causes of stress varies among women, but some common causes are:
Whenever the stress for a pregnant woman increases, it intensifies the chances of various problems, such as premature birth and other pregnancy related complications.
Steps to reduce stress
Author Bio: Adriana Frederick has been associated with the health industry for a long time. In her leisure, she loves writing articles. Through her articles, you can obtain knowledge on various stem cell preservation, Stem cell banking, cord blood banking.