First, let’s talk about what causes stress; We mention this stress. Stressors are included in three general categories – physical stress, physiological stress, and psychological stress.Physical stress can be produced when conditions related to the environment, such as temperature and extreme humidity, noise, vibrations, and lack of oxygen are not what we expect or be outside our previous experience. But in most cases, this condition produces stress.Physiological stress is produced when physical conditions, such as fatigue, lack of physical fitness, sleep loss, food that is missed (causing low blood sugar levels), and disease affects our ability to overcome it. Note that all these physical conditions are in our ability to control.Psychological stress concerns social or emotional factors, such as death in the family, marriage or divorce, sick children, car accidents, quarrels with partners, or changes in the workplace. This type of stress may also be related to mental workload, such as analyzing complex problems or making decisions faster than we want.Not how much stress we face, but how we deal with stress that determines its effects on us. However, too much stress or stress for a long time produces our inability to overcome effectively, which leads to reduced ability. This sustainable stress can have residual health problems, which then produce additional stress in our lives. This can be a cycle that never ends, unless we come to grip it.