Neurexan® – Everyday Stress – Causes

Stress and the eye of the beholder

Everyone experiences daily stress in their own way. What is exhausting and stressful for you might be exhilarating and fulfilling for someone else. Your fast-paced job with tight schedules might be a hassle for you, but for your colleague, it's a dream come true. Your children are a source of joy, but for someone else, parenting is a nerve-wracking responsibility. Everyone is different, so everyone perceives stress differently. You have to ask yourself if you see these situations as a burden or a challenge. Whether or not stress will negatively impact your health depends heavily on your attitude. Of course, it also depends on whether you are often under pressure or are even exposed to constant stress.

Overworking and overthinking

When a continuous strain starts to affect your body and triggers anxiety, it’s usually a combination of many causes of stress. Maybe you have too many things to do and too many things to worry about. While working on an important project for your boss, you’re already thinking about how to help your son later with his school assignment. Your body doesn’t come to rest, and neither does your mind. Sources of stress aren’t only physically exhausting but emotionally and mentally draining. That doesn’t mean you need a new job or family life is too much for you. It just means you might need a little help.

Family Life

Family Life

Difficult, challenging social relationships with family members and friends, for example, arguments and fights can cause stress.

Work

Work

Work is one of the primary sources of stress: pressure at work with tight deadlines, difficulties with the boss and colleagues, or a high workload.

Financial Situation

Financial Situation

Financial issues are often related to work and family life. Your income is primarily used to take care of the family. Worries about money, expenses, or even debt can create additional pressure that isn’t easy to cope with.

Physical Complaints

Physical Complaints

Pain such as headaches and chest pain can also cause additional stress. They can negatively impact your quality of life, leading to exhaustion and more stress.

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