Some studies have found that higher levels of stress are associated with increased bouts of acne.
Many studies have found that stress can contribute to headaches, a condition characterized by pain in the head, face, or neck region.
Aches and pains are a common complaint that can result from increased levels of stress. Some studies have found that chronic pain may be associated with higher levels of stress as well as increased levels of cortisol
If you feel like you’re constantly battling a case of the sniffles or other sickness, stress may be to blame.
Some studies have found that stress may be associated with digestive issues, like constipation, heartburn, diarrhea, as well as digestive disorders.
When you feel stressed out, you may find yourself with no appetite at all or overeating without noticing.
Several studies have shown that high stress levels can cause a fast heartbeat or heart rate. Stressful events or
tasks may also increase heart rate.
One small study looked at 20 people with palmar hyperhidrosis, a condition characterized by excess sweating in the hands.