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Posted by: stress | 2010-11-09

Not realising stress

is it possible to be so stress, it affects with your bodily systems e.g. menstrual cycle but not noticing the stress at all???

i tend to think im quite a chilled person and don''t tend to feel stress but my menstrual has been messed up before as a result of stress (what the doctor said) a few times.

is it healthy not to notice the extent of stress i''m under??

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Its possible. One of the ways in which our mind can try to deal with significant stress, can be to let u space out and not feel the stress. SO what you might be doing isn't so much being stressed but not noticing it ( if we suppose that stress by definition includes importantly the element of you feeling had about whatever is bothering you ) ; it might be about ignoring the stressors.
But this all sounds like a rather woolly explanation for disturbances of the menstrual cycle. A psychologist could help assess the situation and shed some light on this, as it's your particular situation that matters, rather than any general theoretical possibilities.

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Posted by: cybershrink | 2010-11-09

Its possible. One of the ways in which our mind can try to deal with significant stress, can be to let u space out and not feel the stress. SO what you might be doing isn't so much being stressed but not noticing it ( if we suppose that stress by definition includes importantly the element of you feeling had about whatever is bothering you ) ; it might be about ignoring the stressors.
But this all sounds like a rather woolly explanation for disturbances of the menstrual cycle. A psychologist could help assess the situation and shed some light on this, as it's your particular situation that matters, rather than any general theoretical possibilities.

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