StresVit is a combination of vitamins and minerals with zinc. Support for your nervous system with vitamin B1.
StresVit contains important nutrients for your body in order to prepare your body to cope with stressful situations.
Stress is caused by a discrepancy between people at work or even problems with a woman’s relationship, the presence of psychological or physical violence in the workplace, or the existence of conflicts in the workplace and/or outside. Stress can be caused by anxiety and depression due to an unexpected change in lifestyle and exposure to a certain environment, which leads a person to a certain type of anxiety.
When the symptoms of stress persist for a long time, feelings of avoidance (related to anxiety and depression) may occur. Our defense mechanisms do not react effectively, thus increasing the potential for coming diseases, especially cardiovascular ones. Stress is also responsible for causing a number of factors that affect mortality. This is because when the individual feels stressful, your brain perceives the risk and reacts by causing various mechanisms of your body – the release of Epinephrine and increased heart rhythm and blood pressure, for example, apart from releasing a stress hormone called Cortisol.
This process is very useful when you have to face a threat, but if the Stress exists for the long term, can begin to be harmful to the body. For example, Cortisol causes the nerve cells to absorb calcium; whether these cells get saturated with calcium, emit signals too often and die – got literally excited to death.
Stress can change how a person feels, thinks and behaves.
The symptoms of Stress include:
– Absenteeism, high staff turnover, compliance schedules, disciplinary problems, harassment, reduced productivity, accidents, errors, and increased costs of compensation or health.
–Emotional reactions (irritability, anxiety, sleep disturbances, depression, hypochondria, alienation, exhaustion, problems at the level of family relations).
– Cognitive reactions (difficulty in concentration, memory, learning, and decision-making).
– Behavioral reactions (abuse of drugs, alcohol, and tobacco; destructive behavior).
– Physiological reactions (lumbar disorders, immune deficiency, peptic ulcers, heart problems, hypertension).