What Causes Stress?



Stress may result from a large number of factors including but not limited to:


Hyper Reactants (allergies) including aromatic oils, automobile emissions, caffeine, coffee, dander, latex, nicotine, pollen, pollution, smoke, specific foods, tobacco smoke, toxic chemical residues and individual-specific allergens cause stress by reducing bodily functions and mental energy, causing lethargy and combating the immune system, thereby causing stress.


Bacteria and Viruses, bacterial and viral infections reduce the effectiveness of the immune system, slow down bodily functions, reduce the supply of nutrients and reduce bodily and mental energy, thereby causing stress.


Chemicals such as cleaning agents, fungicides, growth hormones, herbicides, insecticides, paints, and most man-made chemicals attack the immune system, impair breathing and oxygen intake, reduce the ability of the body to absorb nutrients and raise the acidity of bodily cells, thereby causing stress.


Dehydration caused by lack of water intake, excessive sweating, diarrhea, excessive urination, drinking too much coffee or carbonated soft drinks and eating too much junk food all impair the ability of the body to absorb nutrients and oxygen on a cellular level, thereby causing stress.


Emotional Issues whether unresolved, being resolved, or resolved all has been shown to be major causes of stress.


Employment and working in a job one doesn’t love have been shown to be major causes of stress.


Exercise and exertion of any kind have been shown to cause stress.


Fast Foods including partially hydrogenated fats, trans fats, artificial coloring agents, artificial taste enhancers, artificial appetite appeasers, artificial aromatic agents, artificial sweetening agents and artificial preservatives are all toxic to the human organism, thereby causing stress.


Financial Problems have been shown to be a major cause of stress.


Fungi and Fungal infections whether ingested, inhaled, externally or internally attacking the body are harmful to all life. The byproducts of fungal infection are toxic to living organisms, thereby causing stress and a myriad of psychological and medical stresses.


Genetically Altered Foods are known to cause asthma, attention problems balance problems, behavioral problems, concentration problems, digestive problems, libido issues, memory problems, metabolic problems, perceptual problems, sexual dysfunctions and other disorders, thereby causing stress.


Headaches and Migraines are usually caused by stress though in some cases there is a biological agent of cause; but, even then, stress may be the cause underlying the biological dysfunction. Either way, headaches and migraines are a major cause of stress.


Heavy Metals  including arsenic, mercury and lead are implicated in adrenal, bone, bone marrow, brain, circulatory system , ear, eye, gall bladder, heart, intestinal , kidney, liver, lung, lymphatic system, pancreas, pituitary, skin, spleen, throat, thyroid, thymus and other problems, thereby causing stress.


Irradiation of foods has been shown to reduce the life force and greatly diminish the nutritional value of food. By law all foodstuffs entering the USA and most of the civilized world must be irradiated for the public good, thereby causing stress.


Lack of Sleep and sleep problems whether caused by emotional, psychological or medical issues are a major cause of stress.


Low Self-concept whether caused by bacterial, fungal or viral infections. Poor nutrition, toxic chemicals, hormonal imbalances or other means is known to cause stress.


Medical Conditions, Diseases or Disorders whether diagnosed or not, whether being treated or not, whether improving or not, are all known to cause stress.


Microwave Radiation from cell phones, microwave ovens, portable radios and telephones, television sets and other sources are known stressors with varying affects upon people for reasons currently under investigation.


Nutritional Deficiencies whether caused by disease, disorders, poor nutrition or poor absorption of nutrients are known causes of stress.


Overworking is known to be a major cause of stress.


Pain of any kind, including physical injury, mental trauma emotional trauma or psychological issues, is a major cause of stress.


Parasites including thousands of medically undetectable parasites; are known to infest the human body. They sap the body’s nutrition and energy; thereby causing stress.


Prescription Drugs and other synthetic and toxic chemicals are implicated in every physical and mental disease, disorder or condition known to science, thereby causing stress.


Psychological Conditions, Diseases or Disorders whether diagnosed or not, whether being treated or not, whether improving or not, are all known to cause stress.


Relationship Problems of any kind have been shown to be a major cause of stress.