Stress is the human body’s natural response to any change in the environment that requires action, reaction, or adjustment to what’s normal.
Though a little stress is a good thing, if you do not give yourself a fix or break once in a while, your body will force itself to take a rest. As a result, the functions of every organ will be negatively affected. Too much stress could result in physical problems such as heart disease, chest pain, high blood pressure, and an irregular heartbeat. Furthermore, stress is also called as a silent killer because people do not take stress too seriously when it begins to build up.