Strange Effects Of Stress


stressed Strange Effects Of Stress

Stress is when you are under too much emotional or metal pressure, then that pressure makes you stressed, this will then lead you to feel that you can’t cope with it. having a bit of stress is usually normal and sometimes can be good for you, but sometimes it can be just to much and can lead to some of this effects.

Hair Loss

Too much of anything can lead to a number of health problems, your body undergoing a massive amount of stress can result in a condition known as Telogen effluvium, which can lead to hair loss, some people might loss their hair due to genetics but that’s normal, however Telogen effluvium hair loss is excessive because of disruption in the natural growth and this rests the cycle of hair. stress is well known for triggering this health problem.

Bad and vivid dreams

Stress can cause us to work harder or even make us worry to a point where we cant sleep and end up staying up or having bad dreams, most common dreams are about your home, car, missing the buss or appointment or even getting lost.

Other stuff made by the american sleep association, have stated that during a dream a person might be conscious but they cant physically move this is because of sleep paralysis, also waking up from a hallucinations are very common and the feeling of someone’s presence in the room and falling sensation is completely normal and very common.

Skin Irritations

Being stressed can cause itchiness and a stinging sensation, you can also develop hives and rashes, this is only dangerous when the swelling occurs in places that will block the airway, for example your throat.

Hearing and Vision

Muffled hearing and tunnel vision has been reported by New York State Office of Mental Health, is one of the most common stress reactions, so don’t be too alarm when you get stressed that you start hearing differently.



Other symptoms of stress that New York State Office of Mental Health stated:


  • Change in activity levels
  • Change in sleep patterns
  • Change in job performance
  • Increased use of tobacco, alcohol, drugs, sugar or caffeine

Psychological or Emotional:

  • Feeling heroic, euphoric or invulnerable
  • Denia
  • Feeling overwhelmed, helpless or hopeless
  • Feeling isolated, lost, lonely or abandoned
  • Over identification with survivors


  • Increased heart rate and respirations
  • Increased blood pressure
  • Feeling uncoordinated
  • Headaches
  • Change In sexual desire or response
  • Decreased resistance to colds, flu, infections
  • Flare up of allergies, asthma, or arthritis


  • Memory problems/forgetfulness
  • Disorientation
  • Limited attention span
  • Loss of objectivity
  • Inability to stop thinking about the disaster or an incident


  • Withdrawing or isolating from people
  • Difficulty listening
  • Intolerance of group process
  • Difficulty in giving or accepting support or help
  • Impatient with or disrespectful to others