Your daughter or son has an important exam or any seminars in which he or she has to score nothing less than an A. They have exactly a week to prepare for it. Through the week, your teen, and maybe you, are likely to experience anxiety, worry, increased heart rate, irritation, sleepless feel, fear able state, anger, and more. Just before the exam, your kid may even have these butterflies in the stomach feeling. She or he is so scared about their score or their result. She will fail that she wants to run away and hide anything but take that test. Stress is how the body responds to demanding or threatening experiences. You feel stressed when you are under pressure to do something or when you have to deal with any problems. Stress also activates the fight or unpleasant response; it may case to create the problems at the mind level. When a person is facing a perceived or imminent threat or is extremely stressed, the automatic fight response is triggered. This response plays a vital role in how we deal with stress. It prepares the body to either fight the threat or flee from it. When the fight mode is activated, the amygdala, which is called neurons in the brain will, sends a distress signal to the hypothalamus, which is the communication center of the brain. The hypothalamus sends a response to the adrenal glands through the automatic nervous system, activating the sympathetic nervous system.
The adrenal glands suddenly release adrenaline into the blood, which in turn releases blood sugar, sending energy to all parts of the body. When this happens, the individual’s heart rate increases, pupils dilate, the body starts to shake, and the skin is flushed or becomes pale. The person stays in this state for 20 to 60 minutes, before coming back to a normal, relaxed state. Teenagers experience this response to stress as adults do, and it is normal as long as the response does not extend to long periods. Small doses of the fight response are essential and helpful. That response is what helps you duck in time from getting hit by a ball or move out of the way of an oncoming vehicle just in time. There are many signs of teen stress such as emotional signs, physical signs, behavioral changes, cognitive symptoms. When you notice these signs from your daughter or son, you should arrange the McKinney psychiatrist for your teen. If you have a sign of stress, there must be a cause of teen stress. So that there are many causes will find out of the teen stress such as academic stress, physical stress, social stress, stress due to family problems, financial stress, traumatic events, drastic changes in life, romantic relationship, poor self-esteem, unhealthy competition, and poor time management. If you want to have your homemade therapy you should need to sleep to reduce the stress feeling or the fight response. If you want a better relief from the stress you just consult the therapist for your teen.