What Is Stress And How We Can Avoid It

Everybody deals with stress in their own way. Some people decide to cower away and cry in a corner, others try to fight their way through any stressful situations, while some just tend to freeze and bottle everything inside until it bursts out like a balloon that’s been inflated too much and can’t handle the pressure anymore. Regardless of how you deal with this sort of a situation, what you need to understand is that when you are stressed, and your body immediately forces itself into making the right decision to escape the situation unharmed.

For example, people that choose the “fight” option tend to have their blood rushed to their muscles ready for any response, which is where the “red-faced reaction” comes from. On the other hand, the people that are not used to fighting it out with whoever’s causing the disturbance will most likely end up having most of their bodily functions shut down, causing them to freeze immediately and not be able to say or do anything.


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