Mary sometimes gets stressed and can’t cope so she goes to bed to try and calm down and to relax. Sometimes when she gets up after a good sleep she will be fine. Mary tends to get stressed because of work she doesn’t really like it but doesn’t want to quit in case she cant get another job she does want another job but she is finding it hard to find one. That could also be another reason why she gets stressed.
The stress on Mary isn’t really that bad but it could get worse if she doesn’t sort it. Mary sometimes feels really tired and just goes to sleep thinking its just because she hasn’t had much sleep. Mary also gets headaches, which can be really bad, and if she takes tablets sometimes they don’t work. Problems with memory that’s another problem for Mary sometimes she’s shopping she forgets some of the she wanted that gets her down.
Mary doesn’t really do anything to get rid of her stress she just keeps on saying she’s to busy to go and see anyone or do anything to help. I am going to try and help Mary get rid of her stress four good and to stay calm and relaxed. Exercising is good for the mind as well as your body. It can help with stress relief, as it is a way your body can release any tension and frustration. Exercises such as Yoga, Tai chi, and aerobics are effective sources for relieving stress and tension.
High Blood pressure – High blood pressure increases the hearts workload causing the heart to thicken and become stiffer. It also increases your risk of stroke, heart attack, and kidney failure. When high blood pressure exists with obesity, smoking, high blood cholesterol levels or diabetes the risk of hear attack or stoke increases several times. What other factors contribute to heart disease risk Individual response to stress may be a contributing factor. Some scientists have noted a relationship between coronary heart disease risk and stress in a person’s life their health behaviours and socio-economic status. These factors may affect established risk factors. For example people under stress may overeat, start smoking or smoke more than they otherwise would.
Drinking to much alcohol can raise blood pressure cause heart failure and lead to stroke. It can contribute to high triglycerides cancer and other diseases and produce irregular heartbeats. It contributes to obesity, alcoholism, suicide and accidents. The risk of heart disease in people who drink moderate amounts of alcohol (an average of one drink in women or two for men per day) is lower than in non-drinkers. One drink is defined as 1-1/2 fluid ounces (fl oz) of 80-proof spirits (such as bourbon, scotch, vodka, gin ect.) 1 fl oz of 100-proof spirits, 4 fl oz of wine or 12 fl oz beer. It’s not recommended that non-drinkers start using alcohol or that drinkers increase that amount they drink.
When our anxiety is a result of a contributing problem such as money difficulties. We call it worrying if it is a sudden response to an immediate threat like looking over a cliff our being confronted with an angry dog we call this fear. Normally both fear and anxiety can be helpful helping us to avoid dangerous situations making us alert and giving us the motivation to deal with problems. However if the feelings become too strong or go for too long they can stop us from doing the things we want to and can make our lives miserable.