Personal hygiene, weight gain or loss, low self esteem, paranoia, loss of motivation, (physical or mental), loss of appetite, pain, poor concentration, poor communication, helplessness, low self-esteem, anxiety, depression, blame, fatigue, fearful, hatred, humiliation, reduced motivation, self-blame, sadness, social withdrawal, stress, guilt, intimidation, oppression, loss of culture
Physically stress can lead to sweating, hunger, loss of appetite, weight gain, weight loss, headaches, nausea, and bodily soreness. Chronic stress can lead to more serious problems such as high blood pressure and/ or other related heart problems.
Signs of intellectual stress can include depression, low self-esteem, paranoia, lack of self-respect, and reduced motivation.
Signs of emotional stress can include feelings of anger, sadness, loneliness, helplessness, panic, anxiety, and withdrawal.
In terms of one’s spirituality, stress can make one feel alone or at a loss for spiritual guidance.
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