When people going extreme stress, it can be dangerous

United States
August 22, 2010 11:48am CST
Okay, here is my philosophy, but it can't be proved to be a truth, or practical, because I am not a doctor. But still, I would like to share with all of you to see what do you think of it. From news, and online article, some people going stress, they might venting out their anger toward something else, or they moody temper. From my observation on my co - worker, who also going through many stresses lately at work. She also has moody temper. Sometimes, she cries while she was doing her assignment. When we ask her if she is all right, she said "okay", or she might ignore us. I just think that if she would go to extreme, would she bring a gun or act violent toward her fellow innocent co - workers? That is quite a dangerous situation, don't you think?
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@besthope44 (12145)
• India
12 Sep 10
True, it can raise the blood pressures and cause anxiety, depression and loose control overself, which can lead to serious health problems.
@ruperto (1552)
• Philippines
25 Aug 10
It seems a stress-free environment is also dangerous because it causes weakness and irritability. On the other hand too much stress is also dangerous as we know. It seems we best subject ourselves to progressively higher stress levels that we are able to cope with. That way, we are prepared for anything. What do you think?