How Pressure Affects Our Lives

How Pressure Affects Our Lives

Right from taking birth, coming into existence and building yourself as an individual, there is a myriad of things that pressurize us in different ways. While some of it helps us to perform at our peak, some of it might affect our physical or mental health. It may influence us to work better or give up altogether. You might think that how can pressure or stress be productive. Well, turns out that it is this notion is scientifically bagged. This type of stress is known as “eustress” and without it, they say, our lives would be quite meaningless. The ‘eu’ prefix comes from the ancient Greek that means ‘good’. But other than this, there are various other types of pressures that face in our daily lives. Let us know more about it.

Pressure That Impacts Positively

 Pressure at Work

Now, let us start with eustress and satiate your curiosity. For instance, you are a corporate employee and you witness that your colleagues excel in their work, have a great skillset or surpass you in a knowledge frontier. This bound to stress you regarding your growth as an employee. To compete with them, you will try to improve your skills, enhance your knowledge, and try to come up with ground-breaking ideas. How did the stress work for you? Amazing, right!

Pressure That Impacts Negatively

 High-Pressure  at Work

Well, we take the same example even in this case. What if you end up getting jealous from your colleagues? Rather than taking up this opportunity you would focus on making things worse for them. People might try to find easier ways to gain success and achieve their goals. And we all know that one has to repay for their actions now or later. Thus, it is important that one takes pressure in the positive way and give their best at everything.

It Affects Our Health

Pressure Affecting Health

We are well aware of the condition called blood pressure. Well, thanks to stress and strain, this condition can affect our health and strain the arteries and blood vessels. However, low level of blood pressure can lead to weakness or dizziness. Thus, it is important to stay alert and ponder only things that are worth it. Other than this, constant stress can automatically increase blood pressure, heart rate, respiration, metabolism, and blood flow to your muscles and can thus pose various health issues. So, take a deep breath and while releasing, be sure that you let go of all your worries and quandaries. After all, your health is a gift to you by nature that you would want to preserve at all costs.

Moving Out of Our Comfort Zone

 Moving to Better Life

There are a number of things that pressurise us of leaving our comfort zone. We, as individuals, tend to make our own cocoon. But it is important that we burst it out and face the world. There are times when you might feel scared of accepting change. These things might seem terrifying, but there is no harm doing that. Thus, it is important to embrace situations that are scary but don’t pose any serious threat. It can be riding a rollercoasters or stage fright or public speaking or just a normal job interview. These things might seem intimidating, but these are also strongly encouraged.

Pressure Impacting Innovation

Pressure impacting Innovation

While living in the era of a pandemic, it is quite easy to be stressed our over minute things. But we need to have a look at the medical science fraternity that is working rigorously day and night to give the world the vaccine of this viral. The entire world working primarily working on a single project gives us a glimpse of peer pressure. The scientist community strives to develop a vaccine as soon as possible so that they are able to put a full stop to these rough times. And we are sure that if everyone works in the right direction, we will soon be able to see a world that is free of this pandemic.

Dealing with stress and pressure can seem tricky. But with just a few tips and tricks, one can lead a life that will help you keep a balance. You are bound to face uncertain situations, but it is important to build a sense of resilience and be able to bounce back. And only then you will be able to ensure your wellbeing.