ANNA LEE’S CHIROPRACTIC CARE

Do You Suffer from Stress?   

스트레스를 많이 받으세요? 

스트레스는 우리 일상 생활의 일부이며, 때로는 특정 목표를 달성하기 위해 필요할 때도 있습니다. 개인적인 일이나 업무와 관련되어 마감 시간이 촉박한 경우, 스트레스는 우리로 하여금 더 빨리 생각하고 움직이도록 도와줍니다. 스트레스는 우리가 최선을 다할  있도록 동기를 부여합니다일시적인 스트레스가 없다면 삶은 지루하고 평범하기만 할 것입니다단기 스트레스는 우리 몸에 해를 끼치  않지만, 스트레스가 장기간 지속되면 건강에 영향을 미칠 수 있습니다. 스트레스는 궁극적으로 우리에게 도움이 되지 않으며, 건강기분생산성인간 관계  삶의 질에  문제를 야기할 수 있습니다.  

Stress is a part of our everyday life and it is necessary at times to achieve certain goals.  When there is a deadline we have to make, whether personal or job-related, stress makes us to think and react faster to get things done. Stress motivates us to achieve our best.  Life would be boring and mundane without some temporary stress. Short-term stress does not harm our body but when it leads to long-term stress the body pays the price.  Stress stops being helpful and starts causing major problem to our health, mood, productivity, relationships and ultimately our quality of life. 

스트레스는 우리가 위협 받거나 공격 받으면 생기는 자연적인 생물학적 반응입니다공격이나 위협에 직면했을 우리 몸은 우리를 보호하고 가능한  빨리 벗어나거나 싸울 준비를 하기 시작합니다. 이것 공격 혹은 도피 반응 또는 스트레스 반응이라고 합니다공격 혹은 도피 반응은 스트레스 반응하는 우리 몸의 교감 신경계입니다스트레스를 받으면 우리 몸은 코티솔아드레날린노르 아드레날린같은 물질을 체내에 더 많이 생성하여 호흡을 빠르게 하고심박수 증가 시키며운동신경을 좋게 하고땀을 내거나 집중력을 향상 시킵니다. 이러한 모든 요소는 위험하거나 도전적인 상황에서 우리 자신을 보호하는  도움이됩니다우리가 공격 혹은 도피 반응 모드에 있을  소화 기계  면역 체계와 같은  본질적인 신체 기능은 천천히 진행됩니다. 

Stress is a biological response that occurs in the body when we feel threatened or are challenged. When faced with a challenge or a threat, our body activates resources to protect us, to either get away as fast as we can, or fight. This is called a fight-or-flight response or stress reaction. Fight-or-flight response is our body’s sympathetic nervous system reacting to a stressful event. Our body produces larger quantities of the chemicals cortisol, adrenaline and noradrenaline, which trigger faster breathing, heart rate increase, heightened reflexes, sweating, and alertness – all these factors help us protect ourselves in a dangerous or challenging situation. Non-essential body functions slow down, such as our digestive and immune systems when we are in fight-or flight response mode.  

스트레스를 받으면 다음과 같은 증상 발생합니다. 

 

  • 혈압이 올라갑니다
  • 호흡이더욱 빨라집니다. 
  • 소화기능이 느려집니다. 
  • 심박수(맥박수)상승합니다. 
  • 면역체계가 저하됩니다.  
  • 근육이긴장하게 됩니다. 
  • 수면 시간이 단축됩니다(긴장 상태를 유지함).

When we are stressed the following happens: 

  • Blood pressure rises 
  • Breathing becomes more rapid 
  • Digestive system slows down 
  • Heart rate (pulse) rises 
  • Immune system goes down 
  • Muscles become tense 
  • We do not sleep (heightened state of alertness) 

우리의 스트레스 수준이 언제 통제 불능이 되는지 알아내는 것이 중요합니다스트레스에 대해 가장 위험한 것은 스트레스가 우리를 통제 하고, 우리 몸이 스트레스에 익숙해지는 것입니다. 스트레스는 우리가 알지 못하는 사이에 우리의 삶을 통제  있습니다. 

 

It is important to recognize when our stress level is out of control. The most dangerous thing about stress is that it creeps up on us and is easy to get used to it. Stress can overwhelm our lives without us being aware of it.  

스트레스 과부하의 영향 

  • 불안또는 공황 장해 
  • 과민반응우울증 
  • 두통
  • 근육긴장  / 또는 통증 
  • 가슴통증 
  • 피로
  • 성 정체성변화 
  • 복통
  • 수면문제 
  • 알레르기피부 반응 

모든 사람이 스트레스를 다르게 경험한다는 것을 기억하십시오스트레스를 통제하지 못하면 스트레스가 당신을 통제할 것입니다. 

Effects of Stress Overload 

  • Anxiety or panic attacks 
  • Irritability, moodiness or depression 
  • Headache 
  • Muscle tension and/or pain 
  • Chest pain 
  • Fatigue 
  • Change in sex drive 
  • Stomach upsets 
  • Sleeping problems 
  • Allergic skin reactions 

Remember everyone experiences stress differently. Keep stress under control or it will control you. 

스트레스 관리  

  • 운동– 운동은 사람의 정신적 육체적 상태에 유익한 효과가 있음이 입증되었습니다많은 사람들에게 운동은 매우 효과적인 스트레스 해소제입니다. 
  • 완벽 주의자가 되지 마세요– 완벽하려고 하는 노력은 스트레스를 추가   있습니다. 다른 사람도 완벽  것으로 기대하지 마십시오. 더욱 스트레스가 높아집니다. 
  • 현실적으로 생각하세요– 무거운 당신의 책임을 다른 사람에게 위임하거나 공유하십시오자신이 항상 모든 일에 필요로 한다면 스트레스 받을 가능성이 훨씬 높습니다. 
  • 단호하게 거절하세요– 모든 부탁을 다 들어줄 수 없습니다. 당신이    없거나, 이 책임질 일이 아니라면 정중히 거절하는 방법을 찾으세요.  
  • 술과약물  술과 약물은 스트레스를 관리하는  도움이 되지 않습니다완전히 끊거나 줄이십시오. 
  • 카페인– 카페인을 함유한 커피  기타 음료 섭취가 많은 경우 이세요.  
  • 다이어트– 과일과 채소를 충분히 섭취하십시오건강하고 균형 잡힌 식사를 해야합니다. 
  • 시간– 당신 자신을 위해서만 쓰는 시간을 매일 가지세요.  시간을 사용하여 일상 정리하고 휴식을 취하고 자신의 이익을 추구하십시오. 
  • 호흡– 효과적인 호흡 기술을 이용해 긴장을   있습니다. 
  • 대화– 가족친구동료  직장 상사와 대화 하세요생각과 걱정을 표현하십시오. 
  • 전문적인도움을 구하십시오 – 스트레스가 당신의 일상 생활 영향을 미치는 경우의사를 만나서 상담을 받으세요. 장기간 스트레스가 높은 상태로 지내면, 신체적 정신적 건강에 좋지 않을  있습니다. 
  • 기분 전환기술 – 명상마사지 또는 요가는 스트레스를 가진 사람들을 크게 돕는 것으로 알려져 있습니다. 

Tips for managing stress 

  • Exercise – exercise has been proven to have a beneficial effect on a person’s mental and physical state.  For many people exercise is an extremely effective stress buster.  
  • Stop trying to be perfect – no one is and don’t expect others to be perfect either because it could add to your stress level too.   
  • Be realistic – try to delegate your responsibilities or share them.  If you make yourself indispensable the likelihood of your feeling highly stressed is much greater.  
  • Assertiveness – don’t say yes to everything.  If you can’t do something well, or if something is not your responsibility, try to seek ways of not agreeing to do them.  
  • Alcohol and drugs – alcohol and drugs will not help you manage your stress better.  Either stop consuming them completely or cut down.  
  • Caffeine – if your consumption of coffee and other drinks which contain caffeine is high, cut down.  
  • Diet – eat plenty of fruits and vegetables.  Make sure you have a healthy and balanced diet.  
  • Time – make sure you set aside some time each day just for yourself.  Use that time to organize your life, relax, and pursue your own interests.  
  • Breathing – there are some effective breathing techniques which will slow down your system and help you relax.  
  • Communication – talk to you family, friends, colleagues and your boss.  Express your thoughts and worries.  
  • Seek professional help – if the stress is affecting the way you function; go and see your doctor. Heightened stress for prolonged periods can be bad for your physical and mental health.  
  • Relaxation techniques – mediation, massage, or yoga have been known to greatly help people with stress. 

스트레스는 가끔 유익할  있습니다단기간 스트레스는 긴급한 상황에서 일을  수행  수있도록 도와줍니다. 그러나 당신이 스트레스에 과도하게 반응하거나, 스스로를 올바르게 다스리지 못한다면 문제를 일으킬  있습니다장기적으로 건강과  부정적인 영향을 미치기 때문에 스트레스 과부하의 징후와 증상을 알아야합니다. 

Stress can be beneficial when working properly. Short-term stress enhances our ability to perform well under pressure.  But our stress response can also cause problems when it overreacts or fails to turn off and reset itself properly. We need to recognize the signs and symptoms of stress overload because it will negatively affect out health and well-being in the long run. 

Anna Lee, D.C., M.S. 

Board Certified Chiropractic Physician 

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