Life in Metro
Intro:-The human civilization underwent many changes and developments with the passage of time. Early man lived in caves and forests. They lived on the food available in the forests. Science has blessed mankind with all the basic comforts of life. Man started living in cities. Cities became the major centers of live hood. A city has larger population compared to a town and a village. Eat, drink and be merry that’s the only aspiration in life of an average human being. “City life is millions of people being lonesome together.”
[pic] Henry David Thoreau quotes (American Essayist, Poet and Philosopher, 1817-1862) Stress- All of us suffer from stresses onetime or another - the anxiety and the feeling that life is hard to muddle through with. According to psychology, stress is an obnoxious condition of arousing and emotional motivation that people experience in situations that they recognize as treacherous or ominous to their well being. Is that true that people who resides in a city come across more stressful situations than others living in the countryside? In my opinion it is. A tremendously vibrant development of big urban cluster brought about all notorious sources of stress, from the population escalation, the level of noise, ecological pollution and life alacrity, to the danger of car accidents and crime increase. The intensity of stress sources rigorous on a small area strengthens stress undeniably.
More and more people in city feel aggravated and are more exposed to stress and melancholy than people living in the countryside. A mounting antagonism can be felt almost substantially. On the other hand, a city also may cause segregation because it possibly makes circumstances in which we are in the mass of people who are totally strange, unfamiliar and extremely apathetic. The next cause of stress in a city is, undoubtedly, a large number of its residents, accumulated on a relatively small area. The research shows that such a feeling of...
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