1. Nightmares? Excessive worrying?
Any changes in sleep patterns, like insomnia or sleeping too much needs to be addressed. First, you need to find a root of the problem, and then you should start with exercising, meditation, lifestyle changes, and healthy diet in order to solve the sleep issue.
2. Body pain
When you are overstressed, your body starts responding to it. If you have stomach issues, diarrhea, ulcers, tense muscles and chest pains, it means you are under stress, and you shouldn’t ignore these symptoms. Address what’s going on and start with solving the problem. To deal with the stress, you should be aware of it and then accept it.
3. You can’t be still
If you can’t sit still, there is a chance you are overly stressed. If you are constantly anxious and you can’t relax to even read a book, it’s time to find out what’s causing you to avoid being still. You should definitely ask for help with managing your anxiety and fears.
4. Mood swings
When you are happy one moment and then immediately crying or sad, this is a sign of being stressed. When we are under stress, our mental health gets affected. We become more anxious and start being addicted to alcohol, food or drugs. Talk to someone to help you overcome your stressful situation.
5. No patience with others
One of the symptoms of being stressed is not having patience or tolerance with others. If you are getting angry quickly, most likely you are being distressed by too much in your life. The lack of patience in others, and in yourself, is a sign that you need to slow down and ask for help.
6. Eating issues
If you are not eating or eating too much, it’s a sign of being over-stressed. Any change in appetite is detector to our emotional and physical body. If you are worrying and not addressing the issues, it can make you lose weight or gain weight.
7. Hair loss
If you are experiencing a hair loss, it’s time you take a look at what’s emotionally causing these physical changes.