The Silent Killer Essay

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Do you know that stress is one of the major causes of most of the problems we face everyday ? Stress is " a normal physical response to events that make you feel threatened or upsets your balance in some way". There are many types of stress, such as emotional stress, physical stress, chemical stress and sleep deprivation–induced stress. Stress is very dangerous and it is known as " The silent killer" because it kills you silently and makes your life terrible. Stress has many bad effects on education, health and social life.
The first effect of stress is on your education. Stress has bad effect on your grades. For example, Farah was an excellent student and she always gets full marks, but after few months, her grades deteriorate because she had problems in her house which made her feel stress. Moreover, stress results in poor understanding because student who have stress cannot concentrate on studying. Significantly, stress affect children more than adults because they do not know how to deal with it . Another thing is that stress affects students' attitude in a bad way, they may treat their teacher or their classmates badly .
The second effect is on your health. Our health is affected by many factors. Stress affects our health in bad way. In fact, it may cause heart diseases, for example, if you live a stressful life you may get used bad habits such as smoking or eating a lot of unhealthy food. Which increases the probability of getting heart diseases. Also, stress causes high blood pressure. In another word, if you are feeling stress all the time, you will be nervous and your blood pressure will increases and this is bad for your health . In addition, it may cause a lot of memory problems. It is ok to forget sometimes, but if you feel you are forgetting a lot and you cannot control it, then you have to do something about it. This due to overthinking and it is a sign of stress. Also, it affects every part of the...

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