Tension headaches are often caused by stress. When a woman has lived with some stressful situations for a period of time she may begin to experience some tension headaches. These headaches may begin to come daily if the stress level remains the same or gets worse. It would be a good idea for a woman to talk with her doctor if this occurs.
Stress robs an individual of a good nights sleep. It can keep a person awake night after night if the stress is severe. An individual may end up needing some medication to get the sleep their body so desperately needs. Lack of sleep can lead to many other problems so it should be taken seriously and discussed with a doctor.
When a women is faced with an overwhelming amount of tasks she may begin to get stressed out. This stress can make her feel irritable. She may be wondering how she will ever get them all done. The more irritable she gets the more others are going to notice. A woman may begin to lash out at her children, husband or co-workers.
Stress has been known to affect a woman's immune system. Women can become tired and worn out. They are then more susceptible to becoming ill. It is not uncommon for them to catch a cold or even get the shingles. Shingles are a form of the chicken pox and are very painful. They are also contagious and their most common cause is stress.
Periods of Forgetfulness
A woman may find herself forgetting why sent went into the kitchen. She leaves only to remember she wanted to make another pot of coffee. Periods of forgetfulness are common symptoms of stress. The mind is so focused on all the tasks or situations that are going on that it begins to forget the small stuff. This can lead to frustration. Frustration can lead back to the irritability in Section 1. The cycle can repeat itself until a woman reduces the stress, seeks counseling or begins taking medication.
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