Everyone feels stressed from time to time. Some people can deal with stress more effectively or recover from stressful events more quickly than others. There are different types of stress, all of which carry risks for physical and mental health. A stressful factor may be an event that occurs only once or that lasts a short time, or it may be an occurrence that continues for a long time (National Institute of Mental Health).
When exposure to stress is constant the reactions or consequences to our health, both physical and mental, can be harmful. Many people turn stress into a companion, that is to say, they carry this pressure with them despite not being exposed to the stressors directly and stress not only affects our health but also our ability to make decisions and the ability to solve problems, so, working on us and managing to face the day-to-day problems focused on the present allows us to have a clear mind to avoid falling into a pathological cycle.
So, to prevent any future distress caused by stress, knowing that there are many methods to deal with it and being a universal phenomenon and that each person can react differently, we encourage you to contact your doctor and identify which method best suits you for dealing and overcoming stress.