Being in love is one of the greatest emotions to experience. When it’s new it is wonderful. When you’ve been there for a few months or years, you can still have those new feelings but teeter on weariness. But depending on who you talk to, their feelings might be different. If we all can agree, stress sometimes plays a role within our relationships. Whether our partners are being difficult, not up to or meeting our standards or expectations, we can all agree that stress is a heavy strain that’ll do some physical damage.
Stress [stress]: It involves pressure, urgency, strain, anxiety, mental , hassle, trauma, tension and worry. It’s no surprise that these terms can also take a toll on our bodies-especially when love isn’t going our way.
Couples have a tendency to put up with a lot in relationships. They argue, fight, sling bad verbiage, struggle, and relentlessly put up with all the stress that leads to headaches, heartbreak, tension, soreness, high blood pressure and that’s just some of the top ailments that can be a derivative from stress. And what better way can lovers relieve stress…a good night’s sleep; people lose that even.
Everyone should despise sleepless nights because a good night’s sleep acquires healthier benefits. Although couples would rather be making whoopee; but the subject is about bad stress factors.
Stress can also make you look the “part.” People lose hair, age quicker, have bags under their eyes, get off track, and a whole list of other physical concerns. In addition, reducing stress is good for keeping the blood vessels healthy, memory alert, and maintaining weight. Being in a complex relationship can possibly induce alcohol drinking habits. And we all know that consuming too much alcohol can lead to poisoning. It can affect the brain, bring on vomiting, and intoxicate the biology. You get the picture.
However, if you know of someone that falls into the category of too much alcohol consumption, call your local drug abuse center.
But in turn, we need to always address any stress that comes our way. And being in a relationship can bring on all kinds of stress. One reader imposed a question: Isn’t some stress okay? The answer: Not really. It’s believed you will experience some stressful situations, whether good or bad. For example, if you get excited that may bring on anxiety. But depending on the scenario, that could vary from relationship to relationship. Some people deal with relieving stress by their own actions, reactions or judgments, whether right, wrong, or different. People will have to deal with their consequences if it gets that severe or become jeopardizing. So if someone is dealing with stress in a calm manner, they may be okay with what they’re dealing with. It just depends on who or what you’re dealing with.
That’s why people have therapists, medical experts, and other eminent personnel to deal with the stress in their relationships. It all comes down to how those people are coping.
But also seek assistance if you need to. People would rather be in a relationship that works and doesn’t create stress or physical jeopardy,