Life is often full of frustrating hassles, deadlines and demands. As a result, many people experience stress on a daily basis. While stress can be a motivating force that helps you perform under pressure, too much of it isn't good for your health. Stress has even been shown to play a role in chronic conditions like cardiovascular disease and stroke, as well as digestive problems such as irritable bowel syndrome. Additionally, women are especially prone to stress during menopause, which causes hormone levels to fluctuate. If you find that you are often feeling a little too overwhelmed, your stress level may be unreasonably high. Educating yourself about the signs and symptoms of stress is the first step towards reducing the negative effects it has on your mind and body. Here are five signs that you're too stressed out:
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