There are never-ending pains that people suffer without knowing what the reason for it. According to many experts, anxiety and stress can lead to muscle constriction, which can lead to cramps and fatigue, headaches, and IBS.
The American Institute of Stress says,
“Stress is a natural physical and mental reaction to life experiences. Everyone expresses stress from time to time.
Anything from everyday responsibilities like work and family to serious life events such as a new diagnosis, war, or the death of a loved one can trigger stress.
For immediate, short-term situations, stress can be beneficial to your health. It can help you cope with potentially serious situations.
Your body responds to stress by releasing hormones that increase your heart and breathing rates and ready your muscles to respond.
Yet if your stress response doesn’t stop firing, and these stress levels stay elevated far longer than is necessary for survival, it can take a toll on your health. Chronic stress can cause a variety of symptoms and affect your overall well-being.”
“Your muscles tense up to protect themselves from injury when you’re stressed. They tend to release again once you relax, but if you’re constantly under stress; your muscles may not get the chance to relax.
Tight muscles cause headaches, back and shoulder pain, and body aches. Over time, this can set off an unhealthy cycle as you stop exercising and turn to pain medication for relief.”
Dr. Susanne Babel claims that,
“Many studies have proven that the chronic pain can not only be triggered from physical injuries but also it can be caused by emotional issues and stress as well.
Often we experience physical pain, but that is only a sign our body sends that there is still some emotional work left, that must be done.”
The place where you experience pain might reveal your emotional status.
Here are the 12 body parts pained by stress:
When you worry about small things in life and certain obstacles you face, it can cause headaches. So, don’t think about your everyday tasks and problems and find a way to relax.
The resentment or a grudge against you or others can cause the pain in the neck. Even though it is too difficult to forgive, in order to improve your own wellbeing just let it go.
It says that you are probably indecisive, and it causes intense press. In order to find a solution easier, find a person you can talk to, and even ask for advice.
When you have the fear of love or a feeling of being unappreciated this pain can be caused. The best way to ask for support from your loved ones is communication.
The fear of loss or obsession with money can cause this kind of pain. Money is not the key to happiness. When you try to find love and joy, the profits will eventually come.
As a result of illogical stubbornness, you can have the joint pain. Try to let things happen in life, and don’t resist to changes.
Loneliness is the cause for pain in the hands. So, try to go out more, meet new people, spend time in crowded places, and catch up with friends.
Some people are afraid of change and this can lead to hip pain. You should remember that life changes and you should go with the flow. So, enjoy every single moment of it, as it can be a great adventure.
Knee pain can cause with an inflated ego. Just see the world around you; it does not revolve around you. Take care for your loved ones, and help them when they need you.
As a result of tension in the relationship, possessiveness, and jealousy, the pain in the calves can cause. Always trust your friends and partner, relax and do not opt to control people. And just move on alone, if someone forces you to lose yourself.
When we are busy with our hectic lifestyles, we neglect our needs and our dreams. Take care of yourself and help yourself to achieve your goals in life and do things that make yourself happy.
In the case of apathy, or when someone believes that everything is going wrong this pain can be caused. Just do things that you can be happy in life and live to the fullest of your life.
According to the Virtual Medical Centre here are some techniques to lower your stress levels:
Identify and change maladaptive ways of coping with stress:
People smoke more cigarettes when they are stressed as it makes them feel better in the short term. But it is not a good idea to deal with stress in the long term.
Sharing problems with friends or family who are willing to listen:
It is really good if you can tell someone about your problems. They will help you or be there with you when you share them with someone.
Organizing your time more effectively and establishing priorities:
When you have stressed it is difficult to get things done and to concentrate effectively on things. You can reduce some of the “extra” stress and make it a little easier for you to focus on the important things by managing your time and prioritizing.
Set short term goals:
You can improve motivation, makes it easier to prioritize by improving your self-esteem and having a goal can. When you don’t have a goal, it is very easy to drift along and not do very much of anything.
Get involved in regular physical exercise and other healthy physical activities:
By doing physical activity, you can improve your fitness and also release the chemicals in your brain (endorphins) that make you feel better and less stressed. Start with thirty minutes of moderate activity.