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  1. The general adaptation syndrome
  2. Acute stress
  3. The lethal factor of stress
  4. The perpetual danger of stress lying in one's environment
  5. The government and its efforts to reduce stress levels
  6. The medical system

Happiness may be good for one's health, but seeking it may not be. There are many factors that people must consider before even considering whether they are happy or not. Typically, stress is a factor that is seem as a barrier to satisfaction. Since stress is part of everyone's life, avoidance is impossible. Whether it is personal or from negative influence, people naturally build up stress. From daily tasks to future dreams, stress accumulates. The problem is when people cannot relieve themselves from stress.

[...] This is likely due to social isolation as they are not yet integrated into the local culture. This may be less of a problem in a multicultural country such as Canada, for most people can find and settle in an area of his or her culture (Abbott p. 163). As a result, stress can be minimized through a healthy and orderly lifestyle at a place of familiarity. Nevertheless, stress is not a matter of choice; it is part of nature. [...]


[...] Although this would have been naturally effective at alerting the body of danger, the environment of modern society has shown the consequence of stress. Typically, everyone have acute stress. This is a short-term type of stress, and usually, most people are easily relieved from it. Interestingly, acute stress can also be a form of motivation. The more violent types are episodic acute stress and chronic stress. These are typically triggered by poor lifestyles or traumatic experiences. If not treated, they may lead to various mental disorders such as depression (American Psychological Association, 2011). [...]


[...] The cause of these variations is likely the result of maternal stress (Colman et al p. 423). Although a slight variation in stress response is minor, the impact on the child's life is permanent. Referring back to the general adaptation syndrome, a small decrease in stress tolerance would make the duration of stress longer. If so, the chances of reaching the last stage, exhaustion, increases. During which, neural development would slow down (Myers p. 445). Considering a population of youth, the damage of neural development would change one's full potential. [...]


[...] The rise of mental descent: a stressful era Happiness may be good for one's health, but seeking it may not be. There are many factors that people must consider before even considering whether they are happy or not. Typically, stress is a factor that is seem as a barrier to satisfaction. Since stress is part of everyone's life, avoidance is impossible. Whether it is personal or from negative influence, people naturally build up stress. From daily tasks to future dreams, stress accumulates. [...]

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