Is your mood being negatively affected by the stresses of every day life?

With so many sources of stress in our lives, it’s no surprise that stress-related health problems are on the rise. More than 77% of us frequently experience stress symptoms, while about half of us have had a major stress event within the past year, according to the American Psychological Association (APA).

One of the first things noticed during stressful times can be a change in mood. This can include a variety of symptoms such as feelings of anxiety, altered sleep, frustration, and depression. When we feel these symptoms, many of us try to push through the stress hoping it will pass quickly. However, both short-term and prolonged stress have negative effects on your mind and body that frequently cause a decline in overall health. To make matters worse, those bad health effects can contribute even more to your stress and overall worsened mood.

The most commonly reported major stress events according to the APA include:
*Illness and disease
*Death of a loved one
*Problems with work
*Life changes or transitions
*Family events or issues
*Problems with personal relationships

According to the APA, you are most likely to be suffering from increased stress if you are:
*In poor health
*Disabled
*Dealing with chronic illness
*Earning less than $20,000 per year
*Experiencing dangerous work situations
*A single parent
*Parents of a teenager

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