Stress can sometimes be beneficial to boost drive and energy, which people need, to get through difficult situations. However, it can be seriously harmful in higher levels.
Untreated excessive or chronic stress can lead to severe health conditions, such as insomnia, anxiety, muscle pain, a weakened immune system, and high blood pressure.
Research has shown that stress can also help develop some major illnesses, including obesity, depression, and heart disease.
Finding healthy and positive ways to manage stress as soon as it occurs can help prevent many terrible health consequences.
Everyone is different and so are the methods they choose to follow in order to manage their stress.