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Environmental Stress.

Environmental stress is defined as the minor irritations and frustrations of every day life that we all experience. Examples of environmental stress include trying to get things done amongst clutter and disorganization, being late for work or an appointment and then getting caught in a traffic jam, being interrupted when trying to concentrate or aches and pains from sitting all day in an uncomfortable chair. In addition, environmental stress can include such things as the quality of the air we breathe, the type of lighting that we have to work in, and the level of noise in the environment.

Although environmental stress may seem minor, these constant irritations add up to decrease our overall feelings of happiness as well as cause us to secrete small amounts of stress hormones into the blood stream. When we experience a major stress, environmental stress makes these experiences even more difficult to handle. That is why it is important to recognize environmental stress and take steps to alleviate it as it occurs.

Environmental stress caused by poor air quality can be avoided by ensuring that you properly ventilate areas that you spend much of your time. In addition, you may install filters to clean the air of environmental stress causing pollutants. Poor air quality can come from everyday household items such as carpet, some furniture, mildew, and mold, animal dander, cleaning supplies, adhesives, heating, air conditioning, excess humidity and dryness and even copiers. Smoking indoors is another major environmental pollutant that can cause environmental stress. People can be negatively affected by this environmental stress from even small amounts of these toxins in the air. Some people can even get physically ill with anything from allergies to headaches. With our modern, energy-efficient homes, we have actually exacerbated this type of environmental stress because our windows and doors are too good. It used to be that windows and doors allowed drafts. This may have caused higher heating and cooling costs but it also ensured that the same stagnant air was not being breathed in constantly. Whenever you can, open windows to allow some fresh air into your home or office. Environmental stress caused by poor air quality in polluted cities can cause concentration problems, headaches, and fatigue. Carbon monoxide and nitrogen dioxide are two environmental pollutants that cause problems.

Lighting is a very subtle form of environmental stress. Many people work in artificial light and are not aware that it causes environmental stress. It is important to get as much natural light as possible because natural light gives the mood a boost and regulates the internal body clock. Many people gain weight and feel more depressed in winter months. This may be due to seasonal affective disorder or SAD. SAD is caused by a lack of sunlight. The lack of sunlight makes us feel down and causes stress so that we feel like eating more which may lead to weight gain. If possible, work next to a window so that you have more exposure to natural light or take your breaks outside in the sunlight rather than in the break room.

Nutritional supplements can also be very beneficial for dealing with stress. We recommend using Extress, a homeopathic and nutrition supplement that is exceptionally effective in aiding the body during periods of stress, tension, anxiety, minor phobic reactions and complaints of generalized patterns of anxious discomfort. 

To avoid environmental stress caused by smoking indoors, be sure to work in a smoke-free environment and do not allow others to smoke in your home. This is especially true if you have children because they are affected by second hand smoke more than adults due to their smaller lung capacities.

To reduce environmental stress caused by dry air, use humidifiers and plants. Plants naturally humidify the air because when you water them, some of the water absorbs into the air. Plants also produce oxygen and reduce carbon dioxide in the air. If you are experiencing environmental stress from dryness, you should be sure to consume the recommended amount of water (six to eight glasses) a day.

To reduce environmental stress caused by humid air, use a dehumidifier.

Environmental stress may even be caused by the clutter and disorganization in your environment. Take a good look around, and eliminate item in your environment that you do not really need. Even if you feel that you spent a lot of money on your “stuff” is it really making you happy if it is in a cluttered, disorganized state? What are these things costing you in peace of mind? Give it away, throw it away or sell it if you have not used it in at least a year. You probably won’t miss it and will feel better in an organized, clean environment.

Believe it or not, color has a lot to do with environmental stress. Studies have shown that people’s moods are affected by color. Some people associate the color red with anger and this color may actually trigger these feelings and stress. On the other hand, the colors green and blue tend to be calming colors. This is why actors wait to go on in the “green room” before a performance.

Be aware that background noise can also cause environmental stress and reduce it as much as possible.

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