Types of stress


Acute stress: Stress that occurs in daily life and does not cause any harm. It produces a feeling of nervousness along with excitement. Acute stress is short-lived and is mostly positive.

Episodic acute stress: It is a frequent episode of acute stress. If the frequency increases, it can affect your mental and physical health.

Chronic stress: High-levels of stress for an extended period of time is chronic stress. Chronic stress can lead to depression and heart diseases.

If stress is left untreated and allowed to build-up, it can spoil your relationships at home, work, and in social circles. It can result in a never-ending vicious cycle and can deteriorate your quality of life to a great extent.