Walter Helwich is not far from the truth when says that nowadays, stress is a term that is commonly used to define our state, when we feel uncomfortable, but it leaves severe consequences, which are hardly recognizable. In addition, the stress is a quiet killer, which provokes a wide range of diseases such as degenerative diseases, cancer, diabetes etc. The weight gain, mental illness and hair loss are frequent indicators that you have too much stress in your life. But, every human being who wants to live a peaceful and quality mental, physical and emotional life should aim to live stress-free life.
When stressed, the body produces three hormones: adrenaline, noradrenaline and cortisol. All of them are produced by the adrenal glands and all trigger: