It is a natural response and necessary for survival. When this natural response occurs in excess, there is an overload of tension that affects the body and causes the appearance of diseases and abnormalities that prevent the normal development and functioning of the human body.
HOW CAN I KNOW IF I AM SUFFERING FROM STRESS?
Do you feel overwhelmed by day-to-day commitments? Do you have trouble sleeping; do you suffer from pain or frequent muscle contractures? Do you worry excessively? Do you change your mood easily? Do you suffer from discouragement, hopelessness? All of this can be an inappropriate response to situations, which translates into stress.
YOU MUST FIND THE BALANCE
The word of God encourages us by saying: “Two are better than one”, “Three-fold cord does not break easily”, “Come to me and rest” and teaches us that we must balance (Share) our burdens that we can delegate functions, which we must not compromise beyond what our time and capabilities allow. We should take time for ourselves: Taking a walk that helps us reflect, exercising in the gym, practicing our favorite hobby, reading a good book or sitting down to admire nature, helps us to reflect. It is always important to stop, get rid of our communication devices and social networks, get to know each other better. We are responsible for our body. If he is healthy, our mind will be healthy and we will be able to better cope with moments of tension. Create a healthy and enjoyable work environment, communicate effectively, promote camaraderie, take five minutes and breathe in the middle of the day. Be efficient: Don't put off what you can do today until tomorrow. Most important: turn your gaze to God. He can carry his burdens and make them lighter. He can guide you on a better path to be victorious in your trials, He promises to be your helper and sustainer.