What moment of the day can be heavy on the heart?

Going to work and dropping children to school is the most stressful time of the day, according to a new survey.

A survey of 2,000 people in the UK found that the most stressful time of the day for these people was 7:23 a.m.

They were also asked what are the 50 most stressful events in a typical day. The most common responses were getting stuck in traffic, falling on clothes and opening the eye late.

Research conducted by The Rescue Remedy of Advertisement UK found that older people face approximately three stressful events on a daily basis.

“Whenever we think about drama, we think of a big event, but this research shows how little things affect our mood,” said Zozina Bastikova, global brand head at Nielsens, which owns Rescue Remedy.

He said that we know that poor sleep at night can spoil the whole day and problems during the day often spoil the night’s sleep. So it is not surprising to see that the morning is the time when the first ‘drama’ of the day takes place.

The survey found that the primary causes of daily stress included fatigue in 46 percent of people, 36 percent said disturbed nighttime sleep, and 33 percent said busy days on the job.

In the survey, people said that after experiencing these stressful events, 32 percent of people suffer from depression, 23 percent from confusion and 21 percent from fatigue.

Experts warn that when we are under constant pressure, it activates the body’s ‘fight or run’ (fight and flight) mode. This increases adrenaline, which increases heart rate and blood pressure. In this case, the amount of cortisol can also increase, which can cause an increase in the amount of sugar in the blood and pose a risk to our health.


Author: DoctorMaryam.org

3rd Professional Medical Student. Karachi Medical and Dental College.

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