A person who is stressed typically has anxious thoughts and difficulty concentrating or remembering. Stress can also change outward behaviors. Teeth clenching, hand wringing, pacing, nail biting, and heavy breathing are common signs of stress. People also feel physically different when they are stressed. Butterflies in the stomach, cold hands and feet, dry mouth, and increased heart rate are all physiological effects of stress that we associate with the emotion of anxiety.
Stress is caused when a person is very angry or depressed and cannot control the anger or depression so he or she holds it in making him or herself stressed out. This can cause that person to act differently emotionally and physically. There are many changes that will happen to the body.
Some things that will happen to the body are your muscles and vessels will get tightened and smaller if you are tense. This will cause sallow skin over a period of time. The release of neuropeptides can also trigger hives and make worse of existing cases of eczema, psoriasis, and rosacea.
Moreover, under stress, your bodily secretions increase, resulting in breakouts and body odor, and your antibody levels decrease, making you more prone to cold sores. Valacyclovir, a prescription medication, is commonly used to reduce healing time of cold sores.
There are things people can do to make them go away, such as hives which usually go away on their own, but to make the healing go faster, treat them with an OTC 1 percent hydrocortisone cream. Mild cases of eczema and psoriasis can also be treated with this, but for more severe cases, dermatologists can prescribe a higher percentage hydrocortisone for eczema, a vitamin A cream that speeds up cell renewal for psoriasis. Benzoyl peroxide cream betters rosacea bumps, but a dermatologist can also prescribe Metro Gel, Noritate, or Novocet Lotion to ease redness.
Acne and body odor are easier to treat. Use a salicylic acid cream for acne. Antiperspirants...
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