Tired, tearful, or feeling jangly and anxious? These symptoms are commonly known as stress. As witnessed, stress is a normal part of life. In fact, most of us deal with conscious stressors on a daily basis. Our vision of stress is starting to change fundamentally. We can suffer stress without even being aware of it while sleeping as well as during the day. Over time, these stresses can build upon a subconscious level.

Is subconscious stress real?

How is subconscious stress revealed in the way you speak

Language shows us a lot of corners of a single thing, not exclude stress, specifically here is subconsicous stress.

I would like to base this part of the article on the new research published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences has uncovered another telling clue regarding our inner state, namely stress: shifts in language. According to this, a team led by the University of Arizona’s Matthias Mehl found that certain markers in language detect stress levels better than conscious ratings, which in turn affects gene expression in our immune system. The more stressed we are, the more genetic inflammation activity occurs, while antiviral genes are turned down. 

Function words change, Mehl says when we face a crisis as well as following terrorist attacks. Researchers focused on two aspects of language: volume and structure. The more stressed a volunteer was, the less likely they were to talk much at all. When they did speak they used more adverbs. They also focused their speechless on others and more on themselves. This research could lead to more effective means of understanding and treating stress. 

So it might be true that we don’t know ourselves as well as others know us. Instead of an invasion of privacy, treating this as a therapeutic means of dealing with inner conflict could help a world experiencing rising anxiety and depression rates. Anthropologists have long known group fitness is the main driver behind our evolutionary triumph in the animal kingdom. Though we might live in an individualistic culture, remembering where our strength lies—in depending on others—could not be more timely. 

The symptoms resulted from subconscious stress

The symptoms resulted from subconscious stress

1. A Change in Your Eating Habits  

This phenomenon is really easy to realize. Subconscious stress could also change your taste, in a negative way. You might instinctively reach for carb-heavy comfort foods like macaroni and cheese or indulgent desserts. You could lose your appetite and start forgetting to eat at the usual times. In this way, it’s also quite difficult for one not to be self-indulged. Either way, take note of a dramatic shift in your eating habits, which are a red flag of chronic stress.

2. Trouble Sleeping

You might have heard about insomnia before, and this subconscious stress matter is shortly known as insomnia. If you’ve ever spent a restless night lying awake because you can’t quiet your racing mind, you are probably all too familiar with stress-related insomnia. You might fall asleep relatively easily, only to find yourself plagued with upsetting anxiety dreams. This category of nightmares may stem from your subconscious mind attempting to deal with stress and work through issues you haven’t addressed while you’re awake.

3. Unhealthy Coping Mechanisms

Prolonged stress can make you irritable. If you’re having problems getting a full seven to eight hours of sleep a night, you could be drowsy and lethargic during the day. Your low energy levels might cause you to skip regular workouts, thus making you less healthy overall. You may also feel inclined to drink or use drugs in a misguided attempt to keep negative emotions at bay and help you relax.

4. Difficulty Concentrating   

Do you often start working on tasks, only to realize you can’t maintain your focus? Are you making careless mistakes or forgetting things all the time? If this applies to you, it could be a result of subconscious stress. Like a computer, your brain’s processing power has limitations, and you could be unconsciously juggling too many things at once.

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