Anxiety Stress

Anxiety

Anxiety is a state of feeling ill-at-ease or apprehensive usually involving feelings of worry or nervousness. It often relates to expected or perceived misfortune. According to the medical dictionary, it is a multi-system response to a perceived threat or danger, reflecting a combination of biochemical changes in the body, personal history and memory, and the social situation.

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Stress

Stress can be good or bad! Stress involves pressure, strain, or tension placed upon a person or object. It can be a state of physical or mental tension or something inducing it. Stress also refers to the body’s reaction to a change that requires a physical, mental, or emotional adjustment or response. Stress is your body’s way of responding to a demand.