2018, Vol. 3 Issue 1, Part M
The impact of stress on health and performance
AUTHOR(S): Dr. Dileepkumar S Navale
The present study investigates impact of stress on health performance its impact. When hormones are produced in a manner such as those associated with psychological chronic stress they produce several negative effects according to research. Interestingly appropriate exercise can, to a certain extent, actually minimize all of the negative effects of stress when applied in a healthy program. In the right amount, stress helps you prepare, focus, and perform at your optimal level. Conversely, too much stress, or bad stress, can cause performance anxiety, which hurts your health and does not allow you to play relaxed, confident, and focused in competition. Some stress is good for you. While too little stress can lead to boredom and depression, too much can cause anxiety and poor health. The right amount of acute stress, however, tunes up the brain and improves performance and health. A person's response to the stress of physical illness varies tremendously and in large part depends on his or her own personality style and social supports. It is known, for example, that certain diseases such as diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis, peptic ulcer disease, or cardiac disease can worsen with mental stress.
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How to cite this article:
Dr. Dileepkumar S Navale. The impact of stress on health and performance. International Journal of Yogic, Human Movement and Sports Sciences. 2018; 3(1): 697-700.