Stress Management – Is it important?

Stress management

Stress ManagementStress management is important. Other than that pounding headache, stress can affect almost every part of your body. However, Mens Clinic International is aware this has significant short and long term effects.

Stress is the reaction of the mind and body to a stressor. Consequently this includes any event, which is powerful enough to affect the way you normally function from a deadline at work to the death of a friend.

It is essential to follow a comprehensive stress management routine.

Stress disorders may be classified as shown below. In addition, if you recognise any of these syndromes in your own situation, you should discuss it with your doctor:

Stress disorder classification

Acute Stress Disorder

Acute stress disorder is a mental health condition that can occur immediately after a traumatic event. As a result this causes intense fear, helplessness or horror. People who have this disorder experience recurrent thoughts with symptoms of anxiety. The symptoms last for up to one month.

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a mental health condition triggered by a terrifying event. As a result, this causes flashbacks, nightmares and severe anxiety. The symptoms last for longer than one month.

Intermittent Stress

Intermittent stress is when a person regularly experiences stressors. Thse stressors lead to episodes of anxiety. As a result, the person begins to feel that their life is "spinning out of control."

Chronic Stress

Chronic Stress develops with ongoing exposure to anxiety stressors over a sustained period of time. Consequently, this exposure leads to feelings of hopelessness or worthlessness, and even thoughts of suicide.

All types of stress can lead to impotence, early ejaculation and low libido.


Stress Management Techniques

Exercise

Exercise makes the body better able to cope with the physiological effects of stress. It improves circulation, loosens up muscles stiffened by tension and has a profound impact on your mental health. Above all, there is strong scientific evidence that exercise helps fight off one of the most unpleasant mental effects of stress which is depression.

Nutrition

Good Nutrition is vital. Your body and mind can't cope with stress if you are not getting the nutrients they need to operate. Consequently, try to eat five portions of fruit and vegetables a day. You need to get a mix of vegetables to get the best nutrition. Mix dark green vegetables, orange coloured vegetables and cruciform vegetables such as cauliflower and broccoli.

Reduce stress

Reduce Stress at Work. Take a long hard look at how you operate at work, and change it if necessary. Therefore, effective time management is essential. Organise and prioritise! Learn to delegate. Further, resolve to say "no" if you feel you are being overburdened. Communication is vital.

Relaxation Techniques

As mentioned, stress management embraces a wide range of strategies and actions which address every aspect of our lives. The following techniques can be very useful to incorporate into your regular activities:

  • Deep Breathing
  • Muscle relaxation
  • Meditation
  • Massage therapy

In conclusion, Mens Clinic International takes your sexual health seriously. If a stressful lifestyle has lead to your low sex drive, weak erections or early ejaculation we can assist you.

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